The paper discusses a possibility of metallization of polymers using low pressure cold spray (Dymet 413). The bonding mechanism of the coating is discussed as well as the influence of the number of spraying passes on coating microstructure. Two commercial powder were used (i) tin; and (ii) aluminum to obtain coatings on PA6 polymer substrate. The substrate topography was modified with sandblasting. The adhesion strength, residual stresses, electrical resistivity, and microstructure were determined and characterized. Finally the comparison with other metallization methods was made and the application of cold spray for producing local conductive paths was assessed.