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Split webbing repair?

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Wonder if anyone has a top tip for repairing split webbing handle straps on a big pack. Got a now ageing but otherwise still very serviceable Dakine 80 something plus litre pack but one of the webbing straps has split along its length.

Anyone got any idea how I can repair it?
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Take it to a cobbler or decent repair shop. Expect they will put another piece of webbing over it and stitch the hell out of it.

With the right machine it is an easy fix, less than £10.
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@Dave of the Marmottes, bit beyond that stage, courtesy of the chuckers at either Geneva or Gatwick

@Digger the dinosaur, not a bad plan. Will investigate.
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Can highly recommend Lancashire Sports Repairs - http://lancashiresportsrepairs.co.uk have fixed various bits of kit for me including broken straps / zips /etc.
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Thanks @willh, will email them
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