54" Tape Strip

28 reviews
$4.95 Weight 0.13 oz / 3.8 g

Lead Time Ships in About 2 to 3 Weeks This tape is made with adhesive stuck to thin Dyneema® Composite Fabric as the backing material. It has a brown paper layer that peels away leaving clear adhesive stuck to a Dyneema® Composite Fabric strip. Just peel off the paper and press it smooth. No heat required.
  • The tape is great for strengthening, sealing, or repairing sewn seams on your stuff sacks, backpacks, and tarps. It can also be cut into smaller patches for punctures or tears. 

  • The adhesive will stick to many materials and is a good all-purpose repair tape for most of your gear. It will not stick to Silicone fabrics, or rough texture fabrics like the exterior most backpacks. Put it on the smooth interior of backpacks, rain gear, etc.

  • It is sold in 54" length sections. Overlap the ends of the sections for longer length seams.


54 Inches  (1.37 meters)


.75 inches (1.9 cm) or 1 inch  (2.54 cm)

*Clear-White tape is 1" wide. All other colors are .75" wide.

Weight w/o the paper:

.12 oz per yard  (3.8 grams per meter)  /  .18 oz per 54 inches

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4.8 Based on 28 Reviews
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Michael H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Great for waterproofing

Great for Sealing around hydration holes in pack

Rick J.
United States United States
Miracle Tape

Easy to apply and stays on well. I have a rain jacket that had a large two-sided tear and fixed it in 2 minutes! Still holding well today!

James S.
United States United States
54" Tape Strip

Haven't used yet. I keep a section in my backpack ditty bag ready if needed.

steven s.
United States United States

satisfied.works well

Ian M.
United States United States
DCF Repair tape

Good. Carry this with me for emergencies and general repairs after having another (non-DCF) tent bear torn - and hoping that I never need to repair a 54" tear. Cut pieces off regularly and fix pinholes as I find them.