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By JValentich
Jan 4, 2013
Hey fellow climbers,

I posted this in the Community forums, but thought it should be seen here too.

We just set up shop in Ridgway, Colorado after selling our custom bags online for the last two years. We build and design all sorts of bags, but we have realized there is a serious demand for gear repair around here and all over. We have been doing local repairs, but have recently started offering mail-in repairs. Thought you might like to know...

We offer repairs on packs, outerwear, zippers, leather & more. We can do some alterations on harnesses, but we do not mess with the load bearing/life-saving aspects of climbing harnesses.

Please check out our repair page on our website for more info. Why throw it away if it can be repaired?

Happy Climbing!

Jill
www.valentichbags.com/gear-repair/

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By Davis Stevenson
From Flagstaff, Arizona
Jan 4, 2013
Following up a new route out in the Mojave Desert....
Thanks for the info!

I'm really rough on gear, especially when canyoneering, and am not so skilled at sewing myself.

Is there any way I could send you guys some pics of my favorite backpack to get a rough estimate? I have a way to get a decent deal on a new one, but if the one I have can be fixed for a reasonable price I'd definitely go that route.

I'll definitely be sending some other gear your way in the future, too.

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By Stone Nude
Jan 4, 2013
When dumb people have disposable income, hilarity ...
I'd love to get haulbag materieal sewn onto my holed-out packs. Is that something you guys would offer? I've had mine resoled with cordura, but they get enough scraping around that I'm going through them at a real clip.

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