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    Sunday, January 07, 2007

    How to Make Vibram-Soled Huarache

    Tools: Scissors & Punch
    Materials: Rubber Sole Material 5mm thick &
    Leather Straps 6mm wide x 150cm long 2mm thick


    Cut out sole in shape of each foot.
    Draw foot on rubber and cut with scissors.

    Make 3 holes with punch.
    One between your big toe and on either side of the ankle.


    Bottom of sole.
    Tie knot on one end of leather strap.
    Cut out leather washer. Push strap through hole.


    Bottom has tread, top is smooth.

    Here is how to lace sandals.

    Making them is one thing, learning how to tie them correctly is another. These are just early attempts. I have only been running in huaraches for 11 months. I have only made one successful pair. I have much to learn; however, I do plan on sharing my discoveries.

    Perhaps one day soon I will offer a kit with sole material, straps and simple how to instructions. Until then, please use this.

    BFT

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