I have a few of pairs of pre-owned LV high heeled shoes that I really love. They are in almost perfect condition. Only the soles are scuffed a bit, which I thought might help to make them less slippery. Unfortunately, I've found that the soles remain pretty slippery, especially on concrete. I even slipped and fell in my driveway! So even though I'm a bit hesitant to alter the shoes in any way, I know that I need to put rubber soles on the bottoms. I went to a local shoe repair service and asked to see an example of their work, but they didn't have an example. I may eventually have rubber soles put on the shoes by a professional. But in the meantime, I'm thinking about putting some do-it-yourself rubber soles onto the shoes. Can anyone recommend where I can get these rubber soles? (I think they are called "foot petals"). Do they work as well as if a professional were to put rubber soles on your shoes? I'm thinking that trying out the DIY rubber soles will be a good transitional step before having them done professionally. Has anyone here ever tried these? Thanks!