Let’s face it, no matter how good our outdoor gear is, eventually clothing tends to get ripped and torn. That’s just the nature of spending time in a rugged environment, where even the most durable of products will eventually start to show some wear and tear. That doesn’t mean we just have to chuck our ripped apparel in the trash and go buy new stuff. Quite the contrary in fact, as most gear can be repaired fairly quickly and easily if you know how. In this video, the team at Outside magazine shows us how to perform four simple, but effective, stitches that be used to get our gear fixed up like new.
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