Yes, but this is cobbler's PU glue (solvent-based, white, flexible
when dry) rather than wooodworker's PU glue (water-cure, brown, foams
and is rigid when dry).
Cobbler's PU is hard to find, except in disposable (non-resealable)
tubes in sets with rubber replacement soles.
I recently used McNett's Freesole (available from outdoor/walking/
camping type shops) to stick the sole back on my wife's walking boots.
It's a clear urethane adhesive and seems to work very well.
I bought mine online - eBay or Amazon I can't remember which. I'm
pretty sure I've seen it in some bricks-and-mortar shops - perhaps the
shoelace/polish section in Tesco's etc.
It really is amazing stuff. I once used it to stick the sole back on a
pair of sandals which I subsequently used whilst wading in a fast-
flowing river. I really didn't expect the repair to survive but it did
- indeed it seems as good as the original manufacturing process
(perhaps it is indeed the same).
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