Which Water Repellent is Best for You?
Choose the Right Formula
• Lightweight hiking boots are generally made with nubuck, suede, nylon or Gore-Tex® fabric. Weatherproofing: Use ReviveX® Nubuck, Suede & Fabric Spray Water Repellent
• Mid-weight hiking & backpacking boots are generally made with full-grain leather for added support and durability. Many feature Gore-Tex® fabric for added comfort. Weatherproofing: Use ReviveX Leather Spray Water Repellent
• Mountaineering boots are built with the roughest terrain and wettest conditions in mind. These boots may use full-grain leather and often include Gore-Tex® fabric for maximum dryness. Weatherproofing: Use ReviveX Leather Gel Water Repellent
Find more great tips like these in our Repair Guide
Seam Grip® permanently repairs common pinholes and tears in the tent floor. Apply just enough Seam Grip to cover the hole and spread 1/4” (5mm) beyond. Allow to dry level overnight. For 2 hour cure time, mix Seam Grip with Cotol-240™ before applying.
TRUE OR FALSE?
Campfires cause boot sole delaminations?
True. Sitting at the campfire with your feet towards the fire may make you comfortably warm, but your boot soles could be close to melting. This can easily cause failure of the sole’s glue bond. If your boot soles are peeling, use Freesole® Urethane Adhesive for
a permanent fix.