A good down jacket is an essential piece of gear for any outdoor enthusiast. But, if you’ve ever owned one of these coats, chances are you’ve noticed that they aren’t always the most durable garments. It is easy to snag one on a branch or accidentally get cuts and abrasions. Rather than throw the entire thing out and buy another one however, it it make more sense to try to repair it instead. In this video, the gang over at Outside magazine show us exactly how to do that, keeping our old jackets out of the landfill and saving ourselves some cash in the process.
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