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NRS 1.5in Heavy-Duty Tie Down Strap

$7.00 - $11.40

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    • One Color, 9ft
      $9.15
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      $7.50
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      $10.55
    • One Color, 1ft
      $7.00
    • One Color, 2ft
      $7.30
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      $7.80
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      $8.45
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      $9.85
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      $11.40
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    For serious tie-down action.

    Your kayak is not exactly a lightweight. Or perhaps you’re planning on a long trip and want to go with wide straps for maximum boat-hold. Grab the NRS 1.5in Heavy-Duty Straps. NRS manufactured these polypropylene straps to a tensile strength of 1500lb (tensile strength is the stress at which material breaks) and coated them with UV protectant. Two center-mounted stainless steel springs in the buckles apply pressure evenly across the width of the strap for a secure hold.
    • Item #NRS0098

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [webbing] 100% polypropylene, [buckle] 100% stainless steel
    Recommended Use
    tying down
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have a bag of ratchet and cam straps in my truck at all time. I needed a two foot long strap to tie some smaller items down and didn't want to sacrifice a full length to cut down. The two foot strap does its job perfectly.

    Super convenient, not too strong

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these because I needed some tie-downs when I go camping. They definitely do the job with anything I need to hook to the top of my car, but sadly they're not as durable as other tie-downs.... I know this because we had to tow a car out of the mud and it easily snapped without much stress. But for basic use, they do a great job!

    NRS 1.5in Heavy-Duty Strap

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Great straps. The 1.5 inch width helps distribute the force more widely. These are less prone to twisting and easier to keep flat because of the width. Buckles hold very securely.

    Cheap...er & functional

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Not the least expensive strap on the market, but if you go with anything cheaper than this, you're going to be re-burning ends and breaking straps constantly. I use these 1.5" straps to rig my frame to my raft. There are stronger, longer lasting straps, but NRS makes the most cracked-finger friendly buckles. They last a couple seasons of commercial boating. You could use them longer, but they'll start breaking on you and the buckles loose their spring so they don't clamp down as hard.

    Seriously?

      The most serious straps out there? I don't really know about that there are a lot of products out there, but when I am strapping my kayak down or some lumber in my kayak carrier I know I am using my fat straps from NRS, because that is what I have. When it comes down too it, most straps for kayaks are pretty identical in design, so they pretty much all work the same, other than generics tend to slip a bit more than the brand names, probably quality of the strap material. I like these a lot, they work great.

      Strapping Down My Kayaks

        I strap 12 - 14 composite kayaks to my trailer and wouldn't use anything but the NRS 1.5" straps. They spread the force of the strap to the kayak better than narrow straps. They're soft, but tough and have a great cinching clamp. They also relieve headaches and neck strains... as I don't have to keep looking in the mirrors as often... my boats are secure.

        Think outside the boat...

          I work as an outdoor educator & have spent much time on challenge courses. These nifty straps are what hold our ladders to poles. Cinched down tightly they provide a security for climbers that goes unnoticed...unless you are lacking one! They have so many uses. My husband has even started using them to hold down gear in his truck bed as he hauls equipment in his home construction business.