The Mountaineers Books Don't Forget the Duct Tape - Tips and Tricks for Repairing Outdoor Gear

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They say not to judge a book by its cover, but judging from the cover of Don't Forget The Duct Tape, it's chock full of good advice for hikers, backpackers, and campers.

- Backcountry.com

You'll be an outdoor gear fix-it guru with this pocket-size book in your pack. Author: Kristin Hostetter. Softcover; measures 6 x 4 inches; 112 pages; black-and-white illustrations. The Mountaineers Books; copyright 2007. Remedy a leaky tent, repair flapping boot soles, nurse a cranky stove back to life, unclog a water filter and revive gunked-up hook-and-loop closures. Many repairs can be done with an inexpensive 12-item repair kit that, once assembled, won't weigh more than a pound or two. Covers what to include in your repair kit and how to extend the life of you gear and save money. Includes duct tape do's and don'ts.

- REI

Don't Forget the Duct Tape: Tips and Tricks for Repairing Outdoor Gear by Kristin Hostetter Find all the tools you'll need to be an outdoor fixit guru in this pocket-sized guide. By a former gear editor for Backpacker magazine What to include in your backpacking repair kit Duct tape do's and don'ts Whether you need to remedy a leak in your tent, repair flapping boot soles, nurse a cranky stove back to life, unclog a water filter, or revive gunked up Velcro, you'll find the solution here. And it can all be done with an inexpensive 12-item repair kit that, once assembled, won't weigh more than a pound or two. Save money and do the environment a great service by mending your gear instead of replacing it before its time.

- Bentgate.com

The complete book for gear repair on the cheap, The Mountaineers' Don't Forget the Duct Tape: Tips and Tricks for Repairing Outdoor Gear gives detailed techniques and ideas for fixing expensive gear.

- Mountain Gear