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Interview with Matt & Steve from Twin Needle

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In a world of planned obsolescence and disposable products, the notion of repairing products may seem foreign to some. However, once you have invested in high quality, long term equipment, repairs and maintenance start to make a lot more sense than just dumping and replacing.  In the long run, this attitude can actually cost less, and there is no argument that it’s a lot better for the planet.

Matt and Steve have over 30 years of experience in the outdoors repair and manufacture industry. So your gear is in good hands.

In addition, they have developed their own range of packs and equipment – drawing on experience in the Regular Force of the Royal New Zealand Infantry and Reconnaissance Platoons.

Video up above – audio podcast below.

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