Fenced yesterday on a rubber piste that had seen plenty of battles and taken a LOT of collateral damage. It was patched with the old stand-by, sticky-backed metal tape, but that stuff has never worked particularly well. So I got to thinking about conductive fabrics, and took a look on lessemf.com to see what they had to offer. I found two options, one of which I've used before: ShieldIt - an iron-on fabric and it has worked well for adding electric bibs to older masks - works out at about $2.50 per mask, and so far seems to be standing up very well. Had to get a little fancy with tabs for mask cords, as it's only conductive on one side; StickEShield - I haven't tried it yet, but it claims to have conductive adhesive, which should make it good for patching piste holes. It would need backing to prevent sticking through to whatever's under the piste, but anything would do for that. The only other suggestion I've had is to cannibalize one old piste to repair the others, but that's not likely to end well - thick piste, thick patch, it's going to catch toes and peel off again, unless someone could come up with a super-strong conductive adhesive. Does anyone have a better suggestion? These things have been around over a decade now, and I can't find any suggestions online for methods of repair. If you have these pistes, what does your club do?