Use a cobbler’s simple rule to determine if your shoes are worth repairing: if the upper part has not dried out or started cracking, the bottoms can always be fixed.
Instead of throwing out a pair of shoes that you like, look into having them repaired. It may cost less that you think. Antonia Frazan reported on www.businessinsider.com a rule of thumb from a cobbler: the bottoms of shoes can be fixed, so as long as the upper part of the shoe is not dried out or cracked, look into having them repaired.
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