We've partnered with Patagonia Footwear to offer resoles and repairs on some of their most popular styles. If you are interested in having us resole or repair your favorite Patagonia Footwear please take a look below, and then follow our Mail Order Instructions. If your shoes have one of the soles shown below, we can likely resole your shoes. If you don't see the soles your Patagonia shoes have on this page, then we do not offer resoles on your shoes.

Large Honeycomb Soles: $80 pair (Pau, Loulu, Olulu, Yezo, Bristlecone, Banyan and others)

Please remove laces and foot beds prior to sending us your shoes.

10/26/16 We are still stocked with most sizes and colors. We are now out of size 10.5 in Black. If we don't have your size & color combo we can substitute with another color. If you send your shoes to us, please include your 1st and 2nd choice of color on your mail order form. We don't sell soles or pre-sell soles in anticipation of a future resole. First come, first served until they are all gone.

Ecostep Multisport Resole: $55 pair (Huckleberry, Finn, Karakoram)

OUT OF STOCK: size 10 and larger.

Please remove laces and foot beds prior to sending us your shoes.

4/3/13- We are beginning to run out of sizes of Ecostep Multisport soles. We will not be getting any more of these soles. Please contact us here, and let us know what size shoes you have and we will check our inventory and email you back to let you know if we have any left in stock. Our remaining inventory all has a yellow stripe in the foam mid-sole, as seen on the shoe in the right side of the picture. OUT OF STOCK: size 10 and larger.

Small Honeycomb Resole: NO LONGER OFFERED/ DISCONTINUED 01/2012. This includes the Rimu, Dogwood, Tamboti, Cedar, Cardon, and Honeydew.

The Ranger Smith, Drifter, Nomad, Larry, & Maui styles are not resoleable. The Adie and Tin Shed styles may be resoleable with substitute materials by some creative shoe cobblers, but are not styles we resole.
FAQs:

Q: Why does it cost so much to resole the Large Honeycomb soles?
A: The Large Honeycomb soles are removed, then glued, and then hand-stitched onto the uppers. This process is rather labor intensive. The complete resole process from start to finish takes between 1.25 and 1.75 hours to complete.
Q: Is it possible to purchase just the soles so that I can resole my own shoes or have a local shoe repair shop resole them for me?
A: Unfortunately, our agreement with Patagonia Footwear does not allow us to sell soles to consumers.
Q: Can you resole other Patagonia Footwear with soles not shown on this web page?
A: Currently the soles shown above are the only styles available and the only styles of Patagonia Footwear that we resole.
Q: Will Patagonia cover the cost of repairing/ resoling my shoes?
A: Mountain Soles does not determine what is covered the Patagonia warranty. If you feel that you have a problem that could be covered by the Patagonia warranty, please contact Patagonia Customer Service and they will assist you. You can reach them at 1 (800) 638-6464 or email them at customer_service@patagonia.com.
Q: Can the stitching be repaired on my Patagonia Footwear?
A: Yes, most of the time we can take care of blown seams. However, there are a few models that we are unable to repair and we are not always able to match thread colors to match the exiting color, but we'll do our best.
Q: If the interior heel lining is torn or shredded can it be fixed?
A: Once your heel linings blow out, there is not much that we can do. It is best to try and recycle your shoes (as long as they have no metal hardware on them).
Q: Can you repair broken eyelets or laces on my Patagonia Footwear?
A: We do not currently stock hardware or laces that are specific to Patagonia Footwear. Depending on the problem you are having, we might be able to use a substitute hook or eyelet to solve the problem, but the repair will not look the same as the original hardware.
Q: How long will it take to get my shoes repaired?
A: Take a look at the lower left hand corner of our web site for our current turn around time. If we have your size/color soles in stock, that is how long we will have your shoes before shipping them back. Add a few days for shipping to both ends of that, and you have an approximate turn around time.
Q: What if the soles I need are not in stock?
A: As of 9/25/14 we will no longer be able to order soles for Patagonia footwear. If we are out of stock on a specific color we may be able to resole your shoes with a different color sole. Once we are out of stock, we will not be getting more soles.
Q: How do I get my shoes to Mountain Soles?
A: Follow the instructions on our Mail Order page.
Q: Can I get a different style of sole installed on my Patagonia Footwear?
A: Unfortunately, we are unable change from one style of sole to another. Each shoe is designed to fit the specific sole that it came with when new.