Tell me you’re not one of those people walking around with the suede falling off the bottom of your shoe. …Wait, you are?


Okay. Here’s the deal. You can fix this problem in 10 or 20 minutes. It’s not a big process, you just have to know how to do it. You can keep contact cement in the cabinet for future uses once you’re done.

There’s nothing more carelessly deadly than broken dance shoes. And if your last remaining defense is “I don’t know where to get contact cement,” go to the hardware store and ask the guy at the counter. I’ll walk you through the hard part. But I can’t get the supplies for ya.

And now, my gift to you this holiday season…

How to Fix Your Own Dance Shoes

Special thanks to my dance partner, Paul Echevarria.

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