Firstly, here's this microlattice metal stuff developed over in Americafor making stuff lightweight and that.
Such a burden for a dandelion to bear...
We got hold of some patent leather to have a play with and it struck us that you could quite easily develop a puncture repair kit but for gimp suits. Glue, sandpaper, gimp levers and some leather/polyurethane and away you go.
The things I had to see to find this...
Top tip: submerge your gimp to quickly find the source of the leak.
The Moon Parka (apparently Arachnomac didn't cut it)
Frankly, the info on the site was a little vague but it seems like they've cracked it. We can only assume super strong lightweight fibres are around the corner. If you made tripods and handcuffs out of it then Peter Parker is out of a job and a hobby.
Until next time,
Get the best fit for your wrist, using the size guides below for our bracelets.
|Size||Metric Bracelet Size||Tight fit on a wrist size of||Good fit on a wrist size of||Loose fit on a wrist size of|
|X Small||14.5 cm||15 cm||14 cm||13 cm|
|Small||16.5 cm||17 cm||16 cm||15 cm|
|Medium||20.3 cm||18 cm||17.5 cm||16 cm|
|Large||22.8 cm||22 cm||21.5 cm||20 cm|
Imperial Equivalent Sizes:
|Size||Imperial Bracelet Size||Tight fit on a wrist size of||Good fit on a wrist size of||Loose fit on a wrist size of|
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