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Seam Grip®

Tough Repair Adhesive Seals Seams and Fixes Almost Everything

Add to Cart $7.25 USD
Item #10510
Add to Cart $22.50 USD
Item #10910
4 out of 5 stars, based on 1 review Write a review
  • Seam Grip® by Gear Aid™ is a gear repair kit in a tube. Use it as a tent seam sealer, sleeping pad fixer or equipment rebuilder. Works on all types of fabrics and surfaces, including neoprene, PVC, rubber, leather, vinyl and synthetics.

    Seam Grip goes beyond patching holes. It waterproofs tent seams, improves traction and offers abrasion resistance, too.

    So take a tube of Seam Grip wherever you go, because you never know when gear will rip, leak or fall apart. Save your gear—and your adventure—with the award-winning Seam Grip.

    • Urethane based seam sealer and repair adhesive
    • Permanently seals seams and repairs rips, tears and holes in outdoor gear
    • Editors€™ Choice Gold Award from Backpacker Magazine
    • Flexible, waterproof formula is unaffected by extreme cold or heat
    • Safe for use on natural and synthetic fabrics
    • Excellent adhesion and abrasion resistance
  • Reviews for Seam Grip®. Write a review

    1. FullFullFullFullEmpty 4
      No heat solution for repairs/patching or other work

      I've used Seam Grip in two ways: for the typical repairs (torn or seams giving out), as well as a preemptive treatment for alterations (adding straps or panels) I've made to some items. After making repairs or additions, I used Seam Grip to seal the stitching, allowing my repairs to be just as waterproof as the rest of the gear.
      The resultant seams and repairs worked well, were waterproof and only the larger areas came out somewhat less flexible than the surrounding area. Certainly not enough to interfere with the function of the piece, but sometimes making it harder to fold/pack an item neatly.

      The process worked well, though I found using just my fingers or a separate brush was easier than trying to apply directly from the tube. Given that any remaining product rarely survives storage...once opened/exposed to air it is going to set up eventually, even in the closed tube...I would recommend sticking with the 1oz. tubes, unless you have a very large amount of work to do on your gear.

      Overall I was very satisfied with the result, as I found regaining the use of the pieces was more important to me than their appearance, post repair.

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