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A DIY method to fixing a hole in your wetsuit.

Following our recent photo essays on cold water surfing and big waves in Alaska, I realized this weekend that I had a hole in the knee of my wetsuit. The Atlantic waters will not be very forgiving for much longer, so thank goodness for the DIY gods over at Korduroy TV, who have made a video on how to repair wetsuits with floss and neoprene cement.

It’s cheaper than buying another $200 suit and more convenient than going to a surf shop. All in all, it’s probably a good skill to have when the waves are looking too good to wait.

Surf Sufficient- Repair Your Wetsuit from www.KORDUROY.tv on Vimeo.

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About The Author

Benita Hussain

Benita Hussain is the former Editor of Matador Sports. With a degree from Cornell University, she is a writer, lawyer and yoga teacher . She has also written for GOOD, Women's Adventure, SIERRA and Wave Lines, among others, and she was featured in Lonely Planet's Around the World with 40 Lonely Planet Bloggers.

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