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So last week in the trees while making an evasive manuever, I managers to impale my newish mittens(love them as opposed to gloves!)on a tree, leaving a stigmata like hole in the palm. I stitched it up and put some silicon sealant on the seams. It worked ok for 4 days riding but it is peeling off now.

DO any of you know of any durable/flexible/cold resistant sealants/patches I can use to waterproof the stiching?

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Ive used fabric glue (available at fabric shops or even MallMart) for a few different things, and its worked really well for me. The airlines tore a couple holes through my snowboard back and I used this glue and some nylon strap pieces to patch it up -- still holding several trips later! Havent even had to reglue. The glue also works great for patches on jackets and such - great for that biker look youve always wanted!
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Try getting some "fletching" epoxy. I used some on my 4 wheeler seat when I tore a small hole in it and its held about 4 months now. It is also in the weather year around.


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