Originally Posted by michaelscoots
No, not shoe goo.
Looks to be the same, maybe Awesome goo will be harder when it drys? If that's the case, less traction and more durability. For $10 a tube, you might be better off with Shoe goo or new shoes. Trust me, the cost of repairing shoes for how ever long is the same as buying new shoes. Just get 6 month durability shoes if you go through the soles quickly.