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Shoe glue with a leather patch maybe?
That might work, just make sure the parts are clean enough to let the glue hold. Or maybe someone with a sewing machine can put a (thin leather) patch on it?
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Shoe glue with a leather patch maybe?
That or nomex fabric seems a good plan.
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Use Nomex for the patch. My friend Bill had Aerostich use Nomex on the inside of his leg when he bought his Darien pants because he didn't want his pants to melt. It worked.
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I have used glue on and sew-on patches. The glue on will start to come off after awhile.
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I think the “Frogg Togg” may bee iron on, been good for a couple years. A local seamstress might be a more viable option if she can get nomex or a heat resistant material. Be careful cause those ladies over here always want to work out a “trade” arrangement, just saying. I think the last foray took me two days before I could escape.
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Thanks for the ideas. Giving google a workout with these new to me words like frog togg and nomex.
I’m thinking glue on at the moment, only because I don’t know anyone that does sewing around here. I’ll see what I can scrounge up
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