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Apparently this is more of your cup of tea than /diy/'s.I want to resole this pair of NOS Combat boots. The original sole was a PU monoblock which had dry rotted and crumbled away. All I need is a flat and thin sole, most of my footwear is already minimalistic type. But I can't just slap a tread on the shoes since the'res huge height differences between the uppers and the insole.How do I midsole the shoe? I'm guessing EVA foam is quite popular sole material nowadays so maybe that's an option. In work boots they use shredded cork paste but I've no clue where I'd find that or work it.Any ideas how to do a midsole?