When you send your shoes back to our factory for repair, it isn't really a repair at all; it’s more of a total rebuild. We strip the shoes down and put them back onto their original last, thereby reshaping the upper back to how it was on the day they were first made.
The beauty of the Goodyear Welted shoe is that as you wear them, the leather insole shapes to your foot and when we repair them, we can leave the insole and just change the sole. This means that the shoe remains as comfortable as when you brought them back to us, even though the sole is as good as new. On other types of shoes the sole and the insole is the same thing, so when you replace the sole, you also lose that lovely leather insole that has shaped to your foot.
Once the new sole has been stitched on and trimmed around by hand, the shoes are then re-polished and re-laced before it is quality inspected and packaged back up to send to you.
Please Note the Following:
- We only repair Grenson Goodyear Welted shoes.
- Your shoes can only be refurbished a maximum of 3 times.
- We are unable to repair any shoes that have been repaired by a third party.
- We cannot repair any uppers, stitchings or linings.
- Triple Welt styles can only be repaired with the same triple welt sole, and no other shoe can be re-made into a triple welt.
- Repairs can only be accepted by us with a completed repair form that can be downloaded below.
It may not be cheap and it may take a while, but you end up with a pair of shoes that look and feel almost new.
The cost of a full refurbishment is:
- £95 for the UK
- €140 for the EU
- $170 for the US
- £105 for the ROW
The cost for a heel only repair is:
- £48 for the UK
- €70 for the EU
- $85for the US
- £58 for the ROW
The cost for a Triple Welt full refurbishment is:
- £110 for the UK
- €160 for the EU
- $195 for the US
- £120 for the ROW
Please note, you can only repair a Triple Welt style with a Triple Welt sole.
All repairs take roughly 8-10 weeks from receipt.
In order to send your repairs to us please print off the PDF form from the link below: