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  It could, but so will Kevlar
  Posted by: kayamedic on Apr-21-13 1:50 PM (EST)
 

Take some duct tape. I have holed Kevlar canoes fifty miles from any civilazation and field bandaged with duct tape.

Same for fiberglass. You did read all the posts above, corrrect? Kevlar is not a miracle fiber. If it were not for the weight fiberglass would still rule these days. Carbon and kevlar work well together. Kevlar tends to buckle under compression.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_difference_between_kevlar_and_carbon_fibre

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