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I have a really great rucksack - camping sort of size not an everyday one. One of the backstraps has ripped away from the main body along a seam. Do you think I could get it stitched and where is the best place to take it? I don't want to throw it away if I can help it.
I would try a dry cleaners that has a repair facility.
ok - wasn't sure if a shoe repairer would be better.
I had to get my rucksack stitched when I was in Oz, I took it to a shoe repairer place (who did a very good job of it).
Thanks. Hve taken it to the shoe repair place and they say they can do it.
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