Intuition liner glue or stitching.

cacmancacman Posts: 71 Baller
I want to add a Velcro strap to top of intuition liner. Anyone either glue or stich one on.


  • ISP6ballISP6ball Posts: 139 Baller
    I'm curious as well. Does shoe goo or gorilla glue work good enough?

    @cacman, where'd you get your Velcro strap from?
  • Ed_JohnsonEd_Johnson Posts: 1,867
    When I switched from Powershell's to the R-Style Rear, I sewed a velcro strap to fasten tight around the top of my rear liner. Fooled my brain, which isn't hard, to think I still had a full rear boot. That was 3 years a go and it still works great.
    Loving the Reflex Supershell with R Style Rear and NRG with CG Fin.
  • BraceMakerBraceMaker Posts: 2,904 Mega Baller
    Glue would be tough, the outer fabric can delaminate from the foam, pretty easy to sew it in.
  • eleeskieleeski Posts: 3,655 MM Trick Skier / Eccentric Person
    I repaired a horribly torn up Intuition liner with silicone seal. Worked great. Patience - to give it enough time to dry.

    Stitching sounds quicker.

    I use a rubber band (bicycle innertube) just wrapped around the liner. It is not attached but stays in place even when getting up while dragging the liner on the off foot. Not too much load on your Velcro?

  • cacmancacman Posts: 71 Baller
    the only reason I wanted to glue or stich was so that it easier to put on while on back of boat or starting dock and so I don't loose it. I though about Aqua seal it works on gloves.
  • skialexskialex Posts: 756 Crazy Baller
    Liners are very soft and you can easily sew a Velcro band using a sewing machine. Open the liner's top flat and sew vertically the band close to the ends of the liner.. end result can be as good as factory made.
  • NandoNando Posts: 439 Crazy Baller
    I riveted mine- with a nylon washer on each side. Comfortable and it’s stayed on for a while.
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