Eric should be able to help you, I have replaced many toe caps on customers shoes, it can be tricky the first time but it not impossible. Once you put the replacement top cap on here's a tip to prolong the life of the new one. Take a pieve of athletic tape apply it over the rubbed area where you drag your toe, sometimes takes two pieces side by side to cover the entire area, by doing this the tape acts like a shield when it begins to wear out pull it off and apply new tape. I have two guys I bowl with both were going thru a cap or two per year, when we began using the tape over the damaged area we have yet to replace another toe cap, they both wear TUS. So much for kevlar.