Because these are too nice to discard just yet.  

  I fix all my Beatle boots at TechShop.

Step 1: You Will Need:

  • Thick leather or hard fiberboard
  • Contact cement
  • Rubber sheet
  • Sandpaper
  • Hammer or brad nailer
  • Small nails or tacks
  • Basic woodworking hand tools (chisel, rasp, knife)
  • Clamp
Wow. I haven't seen something like this since i was back in the 'old country' Very nice. You have to explain the MDF. I've worked with it on wood projects and I know that it doesn't do well with water. Wouldn't that be a problem for a boot?
<p>MDF is mediium density fiberboard. comes in sheets 49&quot; x 97&quot; various thicknesses starting at 1/8&quot; for the high density/tempered</p>
Normally yes, but as it is used in boot production, I'm assuming that the sealants used are protective enough. I've been fixing my boots like this for over six years and haven't had any problem with moisture seeping in and ruining the fibers. The bottoms are still rubber and the sides are polished and sprayed with water-sealant.
<p>I was going to ask the same thing about MDF. And also mention that I have that exact same suitcase pictured in the last step. In about the same condition lol</p>
nice. where do i get those boots?
I have bought them on eBay but mostly I go to Wasteland on Haight Street in San Francisco or The Moon Zoom on San Carlos Street in San Jose.
They look so great - now I know I can do this :D

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