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Nite Ize Gear Tie - 2-Pack

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    9 Reviews


    • Item #NTZ0016

    Tech Specs

    [interior] wire, [exterior] rubber
    Recommended Use
    organizing, securing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    These are great!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    As everyone else has said these are very versatile and useful. They come in handy all the time. Keep a few in the camp box, car and garage. I like to have a variety of sizes around. You never know when you will need one.

    Super Versatile

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I just picked up a couple of these and while they are super simple and not much to them they are really versatile and easy to use. I was out snowshoeing and got to a point where I didn't need my poles, and was easily able to attach them to my bag without much fuss at all. I have also used them when I forgot a carabiner and wanted to attach my water bottle to the outside of my bag. I can imagine a lot of uses for these and will keep a couple stashed in my bag at all times.

    Big Ass Twist Tie

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's wire covered in plastic. That's pretty much it.

    You should buy some because they're freaking handy.

    I can hear the ultralight crowd shrieking already that cordage will do the same jobs. That's true. You could replace all gear ties with a commensurate length of string but gear ties are one hell of a lot easier to use.

    They come in many colors and lengths. I'd encourage you to buy longer than you think you need - the always seem shorter when you start using them.

    Gear ties are a bit like duct tape, they solve a lot of backcountry problems.

    Very useful!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These things come in serious handy for so many things! They are durable and sturdy. I use them for my bikes on my bike rack so that the bikes aren't banging around and it works great. They are quick and easy to get around most anything!

    Pricey but oh so versatile

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So this does nothing that cordage and a well rounded knowledge of knots can't do, but it can do it quicker. Lashings are really its strong suit, don't want the tires spinning on your mountain bike while its strapped to the back of your jeep... gear tie. I use mine to attach any number of pieces of gear to the exterior of my pack. You can accomplish this in such a way that your equipment is immobile and in no way interferes with your stride. Anything from fishing equipment to an ice ax, even my summit flag is lashed to my pack with gear ties. I prefer orange as the high visibility color is hard to loose in camp. The external mantle of this tie will eventually break down and the internal wire will with time begin to kink, but it will save you the time and waste of cutting dozens of various lengths of cordage.

    Versatile and Convenient!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    What can't these bad Larry's do? I have them in multiple lengths. These are so great for anyone with an active lifestyle that needs to attach this to that or hold this here, etc. etc. The random places I have found use for these are (but not limited to:)
    1. Use as a fly rod holder in your Subaru
    2. Use as a chest strap when your packs stitching fails you
    3. Connect your water bottle to your pack
    4. Tie down a bike lock

    These work great as an alternative to duct tape or straps. So strong for what they are. Highly recommended for...well, anyone