Yes sure we can fix that, do you have the other one with you? And as far as the length went it was about right?
- Unpick Toe Strap
- Remove any old strap from shoe
- Put Screw driver in hole of shoe and make sure there's room for new webbing or leather strapping!!
- Stitch and glue in strapping or webbing to toe strap leave 25mm out of toe strap
- Glue strap into shoe
Main Points Explained
1 Unpick Toe Strap
2 Remove any old strap from shoe
3 Put Screw driver in hole of shoe and move left to right to make room for webbing
4 Stitch and glue in strapping or webbing to toe strap leave 20mm excess out of toe strap
5 Glue Strap in
Good plan to check both toe straps
Unpick 20mm or so.
Replace the entire strap if it looks easier.
Glue the new bit of strapping in then stitch it.
Make sure you have room so you can easily slide the new strap in without glue, before you try doing it with glue.
Usually use Atom, but if removing sole you may decide to use clear or yellow.
Let it dry and then give it a test, make sure there is no sharp bits of Atom poking up.
Broken Toe Strap
Unpicking Toe Strap
Stitching strapping inside Toe Strap
Making room for new Strap
Glued in and ready to go