TheFireStore Heavy Duty Utility Strap

TheFireStore Heavy Duty Utility Strap

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TheFireStore Heavy Duty Utility Strap

$9.99
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Get a handle on ropes, cords, and hoses of all kinds.

TheFireStore's Heavy Duty Utility Strap gives you an easy way to secure, store, hang, or haul just about anything that can be coiled. Webbing, wildland hoses, electrical cords, and ropes of all sizes can be made more manageable in minutes with these convenient, lightweight carry straps.
  • 24" strap secures coils of rope, cords, and hoses
  • Made of 1" tubular webbing with a quick-release buckle rated to 165 lbs to handle heavy loads
  • Separate handle loop makes the load easier to carry or hang in a compartment or storage area
  • Additional D-Ring gives you a convenient place to hang connectors, accessories, or ID tags
It’s simple. It’s strong. And it works. Wrap the 24” strap around your coil, snap the buckle closed, and pull the end to tighten it. The tough 1-inch tubular webbing and a quick-release buckle rated to 165lbs will handle heavy loads. Male and female ends on the buckle let you connect two or more Utility Straps together for larger bundles. And the separate handle loop makes the load easier to carry or hang in a compartment or storage area. An additional D-Ring gives you a convenient place to hang connectors, accessories, or ID tags.

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    What material is the tubular strap made of? What material are the buckles?
    Asked on 7/24/2015 by Aaron

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      Arron,
      Made of 1" tubular webbing with a quick-release buckle rated to 165 lbs to handle heavy loads It looks like it's made of Mil Spec webbing, and the buckles are a poly/plastic.

      Answered on 7/28/2015 by Anonymous
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