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Restrap Releases New Repair Packs, Repair Your Damaged Bike Bags with Repurposed Wastage

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So, I just came across this and thought I’d share. Are your bikepacking bags, commuting panniers, or basket bags getting so much use, they’re getting worn out? Well, back in early February of this year, Restrap unveiled its new Repair Packs. These repair packs are crafted from repurposed waste materials from Restap’s manufacturing process. You can use them to patch those holes in your bags.

Designed with sustainability in mind, the Repair Packs allow riders to maintain and extend the lifespan of their gear.

Black iron-on repair patches are applied to bags, repairing most holes and/or areas of wear after heavy use. The patches are waterproof when applied. The patches are held in the supplied wallet which is made of repurposed waste fabric from Restrap’s cutting process.

Restrap Repair Packs Wallets ready to go

The new Repair Packs offer an accessible and sustainable way for adventurers to address wear and tear on their beloved bikepacking bags. Thus, ensuring that they stay functional for many more adventures and journeys to come.

Restrap Repair Packs cordura scraps
Cordura scraps

As mentioned earlier, every single Repair Pack is crafted from repurposed waste materials that are generated from Restrap’s manufacturing processes. This practice transforms what would have been discarded into valuable resources for repair and maintenance. By utilizing these waste materials, Restrap aims to close the loop on its production cycles and contribute to a more circular economy.

Restrap Repair Packs making the pack

Repair Packs Retail

Retail: $6 (includes three patches)

Pouch colors may vary, but all patches are black.

Restrap’s Repair Packs are available exclusively through the Spares page on their website and will be part of their comprehensive customer aftercare program. They continue to offer a lifetime warranty on all of their products, and these repair packs will allow customers to perform minor repairs quickly and easily.


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1 month ago

Why so stingy on the amount of patches? Surely they are the cheap part compared to the packaging which was stitched together.

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