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By Spooner
From Denver
Feb 17, 2013

I would like to ask for some help form the MP community.

I have a friend that is considering starting an outdoor gear repair business and would love to get some feed back form everyone. I would like to get your opinions on your experiences with some of the shops in the Denver metro area good or bad.

Also what you would like to see in a repair shop i.e. service while you wait delivery/pick-up of gear or any other ideas.

What kind of gear do people repair? As of now the focus is on soft gear but are people interested in repairing other gear.

Thanks in advance for your help we are looking to make it easier and more convenient to get gear fixed so we can all use it longer and save money.


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By clay meier
Feb 17, 2013
Thats Me

Burly repairs that last. leather and pack repair is cool as is tent repair and really long zippers such as tent or sleeping bag.


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By matt davies
Feb 17, 2013

A really good service is washing tech-treated outerwear. I'm a dumbass and could never figure out how to do it myself, but will gladly pay to revive the magic in all the expensive bullshit I buy. Also, washing and reviving down products is a good idea.
Good luck, Denver is sorely lacking a good repair shop.


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By FrankPS
From Atascadero, CA
Feb 17, 2013

Here is a previous thread on a couple of shops:

mountainproject.com/v/ripstop-repairs-vs-boulder-mountain-re>>>


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By Spooner
From Denver
Feb 18, 2013

Thanks guys that is what I am looking for, the laundering thing is a good idea did not think of that.


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