Keep the water in the stream and out of your favorite waders, inflatable, or boots with the Aquaseal+FD™ Wader Repair Kit from Gear Aid®. Easy to throw in your backpack, fishing vest, or beach bag, this compact kit makes it easy to quickly repair cuts, rips, and holes to your waders, inflatables, boots, and more in the field. Designed to permanently bond nylon, vinyl, and rubber with a flexible and waterproof seal, this kit contains everything you need to permanently repair waterproof-breathable waders and much more. Contains 1/4 oz. tube of Aquaseal+FD repair adhesive/sealer, 2 Tenacious Tape™ patches, application brush, and Repair Guide. Manufacturer model #: 10190.
Lightweight and compact repair kit for waders, boots, inflatables, and more
Permanent repairs to cuts, rips, and holes
Easy-to-use kit seals, repairs, and stops leaks fast
Works on nylon, vinyl, and rubber
Includes 1/4 oz. tube of Aquaseal+FD repair adhesive/sealer and 2 Tenacious Tape patches
Also comes with application brush and Repair Guide
Web ID: 13091414061933
Rated 5 out of
Ean it worksThis product is inexpensive, easy to use and it works.
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 5 out of
Leaky waders a thing of the pastA young man that is 15 year old and has been hunting with me and his uncle for a short period of time, asked me if I knew how to repair leaky waders. I told him that I had repaired a few in the 41 years I have been hunting waterfowl. He is a very nice young man that always helps me out every time we go duck hunting and is always eager to learn. The last time we went hunting he told me that his waders were leaking and that he was thinking about buying some new ones, but could not afford to buy a new pair. I asked him to show me where the waders were leaking and he showed me the waders. I could not believe the size of the hole in his waders. He must have got his wader caught on a branch because he had both the legs of his waders torn just above the boots. His neoprene waders were in need of some serious repair. I mean this hole was big!! I told him that I would do my best to get him taken care of.
I went to the Cabela’s Outpost in Yakima, WA and bought the Gear Aid™ Aquaseal® Wader Repair Kit. I have used other products in the past and was somewhat leary that this would work, but I needed to give it a try and help this young man out.
I went home and followed the instruction without deviating from them because I really wanted this to work. Since I had the waders at my house and we would not be going duck hunting until the weekend it gave the patch plenty of time to dry and cure. Fast forward to the weekend and I gave the young man back his waders the morning of our duck hunt. The first thing he told me after he stepped into the water was, “Hey Abel, my waders are awesome, they are not leaking”. It has been a few weeks and we have been on multiple duck hunts with no leaks in his waders.
Thank you for making a great product it really made a big difference not just for me, but for this young man’s “new” waders.
I would Highly recommend the Gear Aid™ Aquaseal® Wader Repair Kit.
Abel A. Cortina
Date published: 2014-12-30
Rated 5 out of
WorksBought this to repair a hole in the heel of my waders. No issues patching the hole, and the waders are still watertight several months and many trips later.
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 1 out of
Don't by itBought this for a friend and repair lasted less than 30minutes before patch came off
Date published: 2013-12-19
Rated 5 out of
ExcellentDid a great job of resealing the seams on my waders.
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 4 out of
Repair kit works greatGot a tear on my waders after catching on a stump while bear hunting on Prince of Wales Island. Followed the directions and repaired my waders, stayed dry for the rest of the trip. Found the kit easy to use, very handy and it worked very well. Being able to stay in the hunt led to a very nice B&C trophy.
To find the pin holes causing the problem you need to completely dry your waders inside and out. Once dry, turn your waders inside out. Take a spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol and liberally spray the inside of your waders. Wherever you have a pin hole leak it will show up as a dark spot on your waders in a matter of seconds.