Best Made Company Brass Capsule Stitcher

Aug 27, 2018

Category: Gear

The outdoors can be brutal on your gear, especially when you get your backpack or clothes torn up unexpectedly on the journey. That’s why it’s important to keep a reliable emergency stitcher to repair your gear so you can get back on your path in no time. Best Made Co. teamed up with Bolt Threads to design a limited edition brass capsule stitcher to take with you wherever you decide to wander.

Inside the polished brass capsule, you’ll find two stitcher needles, three hand-sewing needles, four buttons, and two patches of ‘Tenacious Tape.’ There’s a black mil-spec bonded nylon thread for tears in heavy fabric or leather and a red thread to use for clothing or button replacements. You can use the bobbin-fed awl and stitcher needle for lasting repairs and the ‘Tenacious Tape’ to seal a seam. Everything you need for a quality quick stitch job out in the field lies within this compact capsule, allowing you to prevent minor tears from becoming big nightmares.

Purchase: $98

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