It’s time to get those rubber boots ready for shed hunting, turkey season, and spring land projects. This Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive from Gear Aid really works. Just read the reviews on Amazon. I am on year 2 after I dunked my Lacrosse knee boots a couple times on a primitive hunting trip on an island. To dry them, I had to place them near the fire, which is not ideal for neoprene rubber. They got too hot in one spot and busted a seam. I thought I was on the hook for some new $160 boots. I was excited to find this stuff. I ran a bead inside the crack, squeezed to together, and let it cure. Since then I’ve done about 4 cracks on each boot. This will work on your rain gear too. Check out the other kits available if you need added reinforcement for your repair. I just ordered another tube because I lost my other one. I used an “other seller” that had good ratings and free shipping to get a better price.
- Highly Rated by purchasers
- Ships Free as an Add-on Item to $25 orders
- Works on natural and synthetic materials- rubber, Gore-Tex, Hypalon, and neoprene
- Repairs seams, tears, and holes
- Flexible and abrasion resistant