Repairing Torn Suede Boot

By Maile 49 114

I caught my suede/fleece boots on a nail and ripped a hole in the top part of it. It's a 90 degree rip. Any ideas how to fix this? I haven't had them very long.


By Maile from Onalaska, WA

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By ruth langdon 9 70 Flag

March 17, 2011

I once embroidered over a hole in some boots it made them, unique. They could at least be used and not trashed.

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By pam munro 522 790 Flag

March 18, 2011

If it were me, I would put a leather patch behind the tear & glue it to the boot with household cement. Hopefully is won't show much.

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By Lizzyanny 9 1,251 Flag

March 20, 2011

I see you are from Onalaska. I live in a rural area too. My daughter who had ridden horses most of her growing up years tore the strap on an expensive purse. She took it to the local man who repairs tack, and he did a beautiful job.

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By Sherri 10 551 Flag

March 21, 2011

Is there a shoe repair store in your area? I would bring them there and find out if they can repair it for you. Good luck.

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