Peach Cobbler ATL


Climbing Shoe Resole · Atlanta, GA

Save your sole!


1/2 Soles

Rather than throw away your expensive climbing shoes once they wear out, we can help you give them new life. We replace the rubber on the front half of the soles and give them a shiny new edge.

Rands / Toe Caps

The rubber on the top part of your toes are called rands or toe caps. If you can see a hole or feel a weak spot in the rand, we’ll need to repair it. Send your shoes in early to help them live longer and save some money!

Get a resole!


We repair climbing shoes in the Atlanta area. Look at the map below to find a drop-off location near you. There are order forms and instructions on the box for you to label your shoes and confirm your order with us. If you want to mail your shoes in, let us know at orders@peachcobbleratl.com and we’ll take it from there.

Current turnaround

1 week (No shipping time! We pick up and drop off your shoes at climbing gyms.)

Prices

Half-soles: $35 per pair
Rands (toe caps): $10 per shoe
Shoe return: $10 per order

  We donate $1 from every pair to the Southeastern Climbers Coalition.

Payment

Submit with your shoes

  • Cash
  • Check (made out to “Peach Cobbler ATL”)

OR

We bill you later

  • Credit/debit card
  • PayPal
  • Venmo

Drop-Off  Locations


Atlanta Rocks!

www.atlantarocks.com

1019 Collier Rd NW, Ste A, Atlanta, GA 30318

Hours: M-F 11am-10pm, Sat 12-8pm, Sun 12-6pm

Wall Crawler Rock Club

www.wallcrawlerclimbing.com

1522 DeKalb Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Hours: M-F 12-11pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 12-8pm

Shout-Outs


There are a lot of people who work very hard to open, develop, and maintain climbing areas. These people provide a tremendous service to our community. As a small token of appreciation, we donate $1 from every pair of shoes we work on to the Southeastern Climbers Coalition (SCC). There are lots of organizations that deserve our thanks, but these folks feel like the hometown heroes to us.

Here’s a list of groups we like and think you should know about. If you would like to send a shout-out to some other group, let us know at ben@peachcobbleratl.com or (443) 7-PEACHY!

FAQ


 

Your shoes might spend two or three days in the shop. Our goal is to get them back out the door in one week. We’ll text or email you when the job is done.
If you have holes, you need rands. Less obviously, if you can feel weak spots in the rubber around the toe, a hole might be near. Sometimes we won’t know until we remove the old sole. If that happens, we’ll let you know as soon as we find the damage.
No, because the rand wraps around under the sole.
Yes, absolutely! If you send us your no-edge shoes, you’ll get a no-edge repair at no extra cost.
You should send your shoes in before the rand starts to rub against the wall. When the rand touches the wall, it wears out quickly and turns into a hole. Start thinking about a resole when the sole wears lower and more of the rand begins to show.
Probably about two or three times, as long as the material under the rubber is in good shape. The actual number of resoles you can get depends on how well you care for your shoes and on how and how many times your shoes have been repaired in the past (e.g., rand repairs tend to shorten the lifespan of your shoes).
Maybe. If you have serious damage on your shoes (major holes, etc.) or if your shoes have been resoled many times already, we may not be able to help you. If you aren’t sure, send some pictures to ben@peachcobbleratl.com or (443) 7-PEACHY. We’ll take a look and let you know if we think we can fix them.
  • Keep them in a cool and dry place.
  • Air them out after you climb in them. (Don’t store them in plastic bags!)
  • Don’t belay or walk around in them too much.
  • Get them resoled before you damage the rands.
The most common problem with resoled shoes is delamination where the sole starts to peel back around the edges. If this happens in the first 30 days, you can send your shoes back in. If you’re not happy with our work, we’ll make it right.
Contact us at ben@peachcobbleratl.com or (443) 7-PEACHY! We're happy to answer your questions!

Team


Ben Murdock

Ben Murdock

If I were a climbing shoe, I’d be a 5.10 Moccasym, because why knot?

Julia Watzek

Julia Watzek

If I were a climbing shoe, I’d be a La Sportiva Miura, always living life on the edge.