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So I decided that I really want to make a pair of shoes... the only part that I'm really having trouble with is finding something to make the soles out of. I figured that I could make a mold of what I want it to be and pour in some sort of rubber/melted polymer. Would it be possible/safe to try and melt a part of a tire for this purpose? Any other good ideas?

EDIT: Any actually good ideas?
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#3
Look up the story on how Bill Bowerman made shoes. I think you might want to start off with that.
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#4
Buy some plain white shoes, preferably vans or converse and draw on them with sharpie and like paint them.
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#5
Don't melt tires cut the shape you want out then press them to get the groves you want or somthing of that nature.
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