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I do a lot of my own repair. However, this is one where I instead work on the idea of 'consumer relations' My attack: Phone the company that made them. Explain the problem, and ask how to get them replaced. (You can email them but this will add 3 days to the exchange) Rationale: For this to show up this soon, either the sewing machine is out of ...


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What has probably happened is that the thread used on the boots has deteriorated. I would hand sew it, but only after studying the best knots to employ in the repair. Be sure to use the same holes made by the machine in order to avoid weakening the leather. Once finished, spray with a water repellent compound. I have done this on my own shoes and have had ...


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If you have a local outdoor shop, take it in to see what they recommend. If it needs repairing, they might be able to do it if they are licensed by TNF, or they might be able to send it in on your behalf. And don't assume it isn't under warranty. This could be a known problem, and TNF is, like most outdoor gear companies, good about standing behind its ...


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Given the description of the problem, it seems you have to replace the zip entirely. You can bring it to a tailor, they should be able to do most of it. They may not have the waterproof zipper, though, but you can find it online. Measure it first. It is probably a #5 size, though you don't have to use the exact same model. Or you can do it yourself if you ...



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