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Heavy Duty 1 Inch Tie Down Straps Pair - 15 Ft


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Item # 60001.01.116-PAIR


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  • Trust us, you can never have too many tie-downs! The burly NRS 1in. HD Tie-Down Strap has been the favorite of rafters, kayakers, canoeists and other outdoor folks for over 35 years. This pair of 15 footers will find plenty of uses around the campsite.
  • Features:
  • 1in. wide polypropylene webbing has a tensile strength of 1,500 pounds, so you can lash down your gear with confidence
  • NRS also soaks the webbing in our proprietary UV protectant for long life in the sunny outdoors
  • Two center-mounted stainless-steel springs gives the cam buckle a stronger, more secure grip on the webbing
  • The length of each NRS tie-down strap is woven right into the webbing, so theres never any guesswork when choosing the right size for the job
  • A waterproof 1in. x 3in. tag near the buckle gives you a place to write your name and contact info to prove to your buddy that its your strap, NOT his
  • Yes, theyre the gold standard for boaters, but savvy people have found literally hundreds of other uses for them. Youll want these straps for your boating gear bag, car trunk, truck bed, ATV, camper... everywhere
  • Material: Polypropylene webbing with UV protectant
  • Length: 15 Feet
  • Lashing Capacity: 1,500 lbs

Average of 1 customer reviews:

Mark - Staff
Columbia, Missouri
September 2017

Boating essential!!!
5/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 13-25
Gender: male
How Long Have You Been Using This Product: More than 2 years
Absolutely a must have for any boater. Super easy and useful in many ways. They can rig a boat to the roof of a car, secure coolers and other items in a boat. They can be used for a bow or stern line, AND even a belt!!! As a raft guide I use them everyday and cant go a day without them. I take a dry bag full of them on the river with me everyday. Absolutely essential!