Park Tool Pre-Glued Super Patch Kit
Park ToolPre-Glued Super Patch Kit

Park worked with 3M to produce a self adhesive tube patch that stretches, flexes, twists, and turns right along with the tube. The Park Tool GP-2C Pre-Glued Super Patch Kit has no messy glue and no bulky packaging. Lightly roughen tube with the included sandpaper, clean, apply patch, and you're ready to go. Six patches with sandpaper in a neat little carry along box.

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Patch kit the size of a quarter.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

What I like aobut this kit is the size. Super small and compact, and being that the patches are pre-glued you do not need to have glue with you as well. The only downside is that I have had a few of these patches not stick as well as the patches you glue on your self. Fortunately there are several patches in the kit so if one fails you are not stranded.

excellent patch.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great patch kit with no mess. I patched four tubes a couple weeks ago and the patch is solid. The self adhesive strip is a little hard to get off the backing but once you do, its a quick application. No more glue or empty glue containers after the first use from the old patch kits!!

Simple and fast

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used this at home and on the road. It is easy to use and works great.

better for on the road/trail

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Sure, glue and traditional patches are probably better if you have the time/space to do it, but on the road/trail, these are so much nicer and easier to use. They'll stop the leak, and they work. If I'm at home and find a flat, I'll use the blue and vulcanized patches, just because it seems like it does a better job, but these haven't failed me yet.

Great item to have!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Everyone should keep this item in a pocket or saddle bag. Let's face it..............flats happen and if you don't carry an extra tube then you need a patch on pin hole and small pinch flats. These do I know, I have had to use them to repair tubes and tires!

Can I use this to patch latex tube?

Can I use this to patch latex tube?


Best Patch Kit

    This patch kit is the best I've used. Super quick and easy to apply. And if you do it right, that patch makes an excellent seal and holds tight; I've never had one come off. It weighs next to nothing and you can carry 6 patches that take almost no space.

    Usually works well.

      I have had decent luck with these patches. They are easy to use and seal small holes very well. My only complaint is that the patches do not seem to hold very well on longer more aggressive rides.


        These are like the rider to my extra tube insurance policy. I always carry an extra tube, but I have two tires. On the off chance I would get two flats in one ride, I have to be able to patch one of them. These are so cheap and tiny, its foolish not to carry a pack of them.


        You're crazy (or tubeless) not to!

          Easy to carry, easy to apply, hold great (like the rest of the season)! Takes up no room. Biggest problem? Finding them in your bag! Get some, patch stuff!

          Beter than glue patchs

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Forget that sticky, slow mess.

          Small, easily packable

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          These patches make sealing holes a piece of cake. The small package packs away nicely. I leave one hidden in my packs for those just-in-case situations where I might think I'm SOL. The only flaw I've found to using these is that the tube must be pretty clean and aren't necessarily a permanent solution.


          Excellent patch kit. Use it all the time. Like the translucent

          to see the hole when applying.


          tmail.comWhat size are your patches and...

          tmail.comWhat size are your patches and will they work on a tractor inner tube1300 x 28? Does 2C stand for 2"square? emerson

          They are pretty small. Good for pin-sized holes in bike tubes. As long as the hole that you're patching is very small, these will do the trick though. I'd say they are less than 1"square. If you have a big hole, maybe you can try Park's TB-2 tire boot? It's meant for the inside of a tire but could adhere to a large tube also.

          about a half inch square

          Works almost every time

            I've ridden multiple patched tubes for a lot of miles, these things are great. Except on pinch flats or slashes, no good for that but what is!? Super light, takes up almost no room, you can fold up a hamilton and stuff it in the case for apres-ride!