REPAIR.

DIY GUIDES.

Although we aim to make the products as durable as possible, something might break along the way. As the very first step we recommend mending it to the best of your abilities. There are many different damages that can occur to a garment but the good news is that many of them can easily be fixed. Most of the times a needle and thread will do the trick!

Below are some initial DIY guides. A broken thread or small hole? even a broken zipper slider can be fixed without too much trouble.

Did not find the guidance you needed? No worries, we are here to help. Sometimes a spare part might do the trick or even a patch of fabric. Do not hesitate to reach out to us at wecare@norraoutdoor.com

A TEAR.

Have you been out in thorny terrain and got a tear in your pants? No worries! Patch it up with some fabric and thread.

 

Things you need for the repair:

Piece of fabric, Thread, Needle, Scissor.

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A LOOSE THREAD.

Unluckily had a few stitches breaking up? Needle and thread is that is needed.

 

Things you need for the repair:

Thread, Needle, Scissor.

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A HOLE.

Natural fibers are not only loved by us, unfortunately some bugs and insects too. Often revealed by small holes in a merino sweater. Keep merino wool stored in closed containers and if you get a small hole, fix it with needle and thread.

 

Things you need for the repair:

Thread, Needle, Scissor.

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A ZIPPER SLIDER.

Sliding does zipper sliders up and down too many times? A common problem could be a failing slider. Might seem like a hassle to replace but the truth is you only need a couple of pliers and a replacement slider.

 

Things you need for the repair:

Slider, Zipper stop, Plier, Micro Shear.

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