We stand behind our work, and want you to be happy with your shoes. If you feel your resole was not satisfactory, contact us and we will do what we can to make it right.

Please note:
Climbing shoes are put under tremendous stress and pressure during use. Small delaminations are normal and common, even with brand new shoes.  If you are curious if your shoe is experiencing normal wear (even if we haven’t worked on your shoes), send us a picture and we will get back to you.

If you feel your rubber is wearing out too quickly you may want to use a harder rubber for your next resole. Plastic holds, coarse rock, and imprecise footwork will cause your shoes to wear out at a faster rate.

Additional Work

Small re-glues are on the house.

If additional work exceeds the prices listed we will let you know first.

If you would like any additional work not listed please write it in the comments box.


Rand – the rubber on the sides, front, and back of the shoe.

Standard rand repairs, also called a toecap, is to replace the rand in front of the toes. How often this needs repaired depends on the shoe, type of climbing you do, and your footwork.

If your rands have a hole or are thin they will need replaced in order to be resoled.

We can also do rand repairs on other areas of your shoes, contact us for more details.

How to select rubber and thickness.

All resoles are half soles unless otherwise stated.
Half sole (1/2 sole) replaces the rubber from the front of the shoe to behind the ball of the foot.
Rubber types – most shoes come with around 4mm of rubber. If you would like them to last longer choose a thicker and/or harder rubber. We do not recommend thick rubbers for downturned shoes.
Rubber thickness:
3mm-3.5mm Thin – good for sensitivity but less durable.
4mm-4.2mm Normal – standard on most shoes.
5mm-5.5mm Thick – durable but not sensitive.
Rubber categories:
Durable/Stiffer – XS Edge, Onyxx, Neo Force
Normal – XS Grip, C4, Neo Fuse
Stickiest/Softer – Science Friction 3, HF, MI6
Resoler’s Choice – Choose this if you would like the same or close to the same rubber and thickness that came on your shoes, or if you would like try a new rubber you can add in the comments box how you would like your shoes to perform.


A stacked resole leaves a layer of the original sole and adds (stacks) new rubber on top of it. This can only be done if there is at least 1mm of unworn rubber left on the sole.

To maintain the sensitivity of your shoes select thinner rubbers (3mm-3.5mm) for a stacked resole. To add durability use normal (4mm-4.5mm) rubber.

By doing a stacked resole the shoe can be resoled more times over it’s lifetime. In a normal resole the half sole is completely removed along with a thin layer of the midsole and rand. After multiple resoles, enough material has been removed that they can no longer be resoled.