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Apr 4, 2012
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I have four pairs of shoes that I need to send in for resole. I'm leaving for a trip on April 15th and am hoping to get them back before I leave. Quality and price are a factor too. Any suggestions? Nathan Scherneck
From Portland, OR
Joined Nov 15, 2009
2,213 points
Apr 4, 2012
perfect seam
Alf at the creek will get you fixed up real fast like. fat cow
From St. Paul, MN
Joined Nov 17, 2009
88 points
Apr 4, 2012
Hanging out on Royal Arches
Evolv/Yosemite Bum in the OC is pretty fast. They did a pair of my gf's in like a day and shipped them real quick like 2 days before Christmas. You can drive over and grab a pair of the defect shoes too to hold you over while yours are getting resoled. Tristan B
From La Crescenta, CA
Joined Oct 1, 2009
1,501 points
Apr 4, 2012
He took the whipper while trying to place his #1 S...
fat cow wrote:
Alf at the creek will get you fixed up real fast like.


Ah right! I'm actually heading to the creek. Do you know where Alf's camp setup is?

Tristan B wrote:
Evolv/Yosemite Bum in the OC


Thanks Tristan. Their site says their turnaround is 10 business days right now. Sounds like they're busy.
Nathan Scherneck
From Portland, OR
Joined Nov 15, 2009
2,213 points
Apr 4, 2012
perfect seam
i think his email is somewhere on here, and there's an address. it says just a few weeks ago that he was going to the creek to climb so he's prob around there. give him some business!

alfrandell.blogspot.com/
fat cow
From St. Paul, MN
Joined Nov 17, 2009
88 points
Apr 5, 2012
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You should have hit me up last week and you'd be set! (I know! Last thing you wanted to hear. LOL!)

Booked solid now...

positiveresoles.com

(been running a $25.00 1/2 sole "ST Special" for quite some time now)...
Locker
From Yucca Valley, CA
Joined Oct 13, 2002
2,394 points
Apr 5, 2012
My ride
I'd try Rock n Resole in Boulder -- if you get them to the shop fast, they'll crank them out for you and ship them back however you want. Great work too. Hansel
From Boulder, CO
Joined Mar 26, 2007
25 points
Apr 5, 2012
+1 on Rock and Resole

I sent my to RnR last month. Once they received the shoes, it only took'em about 2 or 3 days to resole and send back.
Steve Colegrove
From Marietta, GA
Joined Jul 14, 2011
40 points
Apr 8, 2012
RnR took two weeks to resole my shoes last month. I'm happy with the resole job, but not thrilled with the turnaround time.

Their website says 2-3 day turnaround, but when I talked to them on the phone, they said that is *after* a 2-3 day processing time. between the 3 days of "processing" 3 days for the actual resole, plus the weekend, it was almost 10 days before they shipped by shoes back, and another ~3 days in transit. If you're in a hurry you might look elsewhere.

I do give them thumbs up for doing a good job, though.
Heather V.
Joined Oct 17, 2011
2 points
Apr 16, 2012
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By the way, Alf usually camps in the cottonwoods area. He lives in a van, though, so no guarantees. He resoled a pair of my shoes when I was out there last, and the rubber was super stiff after he got done. Can't wear them on anything but crack now. Was more of a "donation to a local dirt bagger who wanted work" than a critical resole I couldn't do without.

Alf is a nice guy, though. And very good at crack.
Nelson Day
From Joshua Tree, CA
Joined Nov 13, 2010
1,310 points
Apr 17, 2012
Top of Castleton
Alf is in a pickup with a camper on the back. Unless the van is new this year. Zeke6
From Akron, Ohio
Joined Feb 6, 2011
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