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Seam Sure

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Got it at REI...was the only thing they had. Applied to tent. Rained next day. NO DIFFERENCE; leaked just the same. Lousy results. REI issued a full refund. Don't bother!! Lousy product; did not work. Full review

Freesole Shoe & Boot Repair

rated 5 of 5 stars This is an easy-to-use shoe glue for repairs such as detached soles. It dries overnight and holds securely even after severe abuse. About a month ago, I did a review of the Brooks PureGrit 3 trail running shoes. In that review, I pointed out that the sole had begun to separate near the toe on both shoes. Immediately after writing that review, I used some Freesole to re-attach the sole with fantastic results.   EASE OF USE:   Overall, Freesole is pretty easy to use. You just smear a little bit… Full review

MiraZyme Odor Eliminator

rated 5 of 5 stars McNett Gear Aid Mirazyme is a concentrated formula which is designed to remove odor associated with mold, mildew, bacteria, and algae from clothing and gear. Just mix with water. This stuff is great for sleeping bags, clothing, wetsuits, the interior of your vehicle, the armpits of your favorite synthetic running shirt that seem to develop a permanent stink, your shoes, football/hockey pads or other gear/clothing which is subject to hard use. I use a capful or two in a spray bottle with 4 to 6 ounces… Full review

Seam Grip

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The only thing I will use on cuts, tears, and seams. I've used Seam Grip on everything from tents, to rain shells, to hiking shoes, to even fishing waders. Depending on the location and size of tear, I may back it with Tenacious Tape, then smear on Seam Grip, such as on the sleeve of my rain shell.  On my tent seams, I actually had to re-stitch, then seal it. My largest job was when the vinyl window on the rain fly of my REI tent simply let loose — literally coming off. It took a few evenings… Full review

SilFix Sil-Nylon Repair Kit

rated 5 of 5 stars Great repair kit for fixing holes and tears in sil-nylon material used by many manufactures of lightweight backpacks and tents. As I've been adding lighter weight gear to my backpacking and hiking arsenal, I've run across the complications of making those choices. That being, these lighter weight packs and tents using sil-nylon materials are not as durable as their heavier weight counterparts. My first purchase was the Marmot Kompressor Summit, which is a lightweight 28L day pack which uses sil-nylon… Full review

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Backstory

Gear Aid is McNett's line of products to repair tents and other outdoor gear.

Gear Aid Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Gear Aid TV: Watch DIY Repair Videos
Gear Aid recently launched Gear Aid TV, a YouTube channel devoted to DIY gear repair and maintenance videos. Read more
July 3, 2012

GE to Offer New Laminates for Outdoor Industry
GE Energy, which offers eVent membrane technology, will collaborate with Amaterrace to create several new air-permeable fabrics never before seen in the outdoor industry. Read more
April 13, 2011

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Gear Aid
McNett Corp.
1411 Meador Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98229-5845
USA

phone: (360) 671-2227
fax: (360) 671-4521

website: www.gear-aid.com

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