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I have a couple of small holes that need patching on a Marmot down jacket. What do I use?

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Hi, if you check your local outdoor shop you will find self-adhesive gore-tex patches for shell garments - you might even get the right colour. As they are made for outer shell garments they stick well and are not affected by rain etc.

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