Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Speedy Stitcher

This is the first in our series of Straight Shootin' gear reviews, where we reveal the good, the bad, and the ugly about hunting products. Let's face it, the design, the quality, and the effectiveness of the gear you carry into the field can dramatically impact your success, your enjoyment, and even your safety.

With so much riding on selecting the right piece of gear for the job, our mission is to help you sort through the hype and PR and get to the reality of what works and what doesn't. We don't accept advertising or in any way have a monetary relationship with any manufacturer, so our opinions are guided by our years of hunting experience and our field testing results.

With that said, here is our video review of a neat little item that is not really hunting gear, per se, but a tool that can extend the life of lots of your favorite stuff and save you a bundle in the process. I've used it to repair slings, sheaths, waders, boots, jackets, and tons of other stuff. In the follwing videos, you'll see how straightforward and easy it is to use.

If you'd like to pick up a Speedy Stitcher, you can order it from Cabelas or through Amazon.

1 comment:

markthomson said...

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