Got holes in your shoes? Don't throw them away. Learn from one wise skater how to fix them up and get back on your feet. Get your hands on some Shoe Goo, which can be purchased at any sporting goods store. Grab a tissue or napkin and use it to plug the hole in your shoe. This will act as the base upon which you'll place the Shoe Goo. Once it's in place, coat the hole completely with Shoe Goo. Use gloves if you prefer, but it washes off your hands easily. Cover the torn area sufficiently that it starts to hold itself in place again. Keep applying Shoe Goo until it gets nice and smooth. Get back on your skateboard.
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