Repairing the foam in a pair of trainers

This may seem like an odd question but I have a pair of Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 shoes and at some point a stone or something similar has pierced the foam base of the sole on one of them. Now every time I use them the shoe makes a squeaking sound as the air is pushed in and out of the tiny hole with each footstep.

Is there any way that people know of to fix this? Is it a case of just filling it in with glue or something similar?
Any google searches I do come up with something called ShoeGoo but that seems to be for more heavy duty repairs and a bit overkill for what I want to do.

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if it’s just a “hole” shoegoo will cover it fine, I can’t imagine much else will make a difference, shoegoo is great stuff.


Great thanks, I’ll give it a go.

Aw I have a pair with a squeak. Never though it was an airhole, I’m off to look now :slight_smile:

I’ve got a popped AirPod on a pair of Alphafly, maybe I should give it a go?! :joy:

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If you want to come over and pick some up, or I’ll bring it to parkrun.