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    Tenacious Tape

    JRB is now carrying Gear Aid Tenacious Tape... Great for quilt or nylon clothing repairs... Does not leave a residue like duck tape.

    http://www.jacksrbetter.com/shop/gea...enacious-tape/

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    I've used this. Good stuff!!!
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    What is the stuff?

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    tenacious tape good, Leukotape too

    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    I've used this. Good stuff!!!
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    It's always in my small repair kit

    The other good tape for first aid and repairs is Leukotape. I can't tell you how many hot spots I have protected with it to avoid a blister, usually on other hikers, but sometimes for me too. Most of my UL packs have small repairs to outer pockets and such made with Leukotape that are still going strong years later.

    No more duct tape for me.
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