I can't bare the idea of throwing away these shoes and buying new shoes to ruin at work.  Enter Sugru.  My job is physically demanding and torturous to shoes.  I needed something real sturdy but also soft-It's my precious feet we're talking about here.  This took a few days because I let the layers of Sugru cure in between applications.  The shoes had a hole in the front toe and the back heel supports had been totally smashed.  Two things my bosses weren't thrilled with.  As a bonus I decided to pretty them up a little too.  

Step 1: The Problem

My girlfriend says I look like a Hobo wearing these.  And even though I work at a very casual and relaxed food retailer with a bizarre Hawaiian theme(hint, hint), I need to still look reasonably presentable.  Also in the dress-code it states that shoes must have backs.  It's even more important now with 3 year-olds being given shopping carts.  They are at just the right height to ram the backs of your feet.  

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