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NRS NRS Loop Straps

$5.95 - $6.80

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    • Blue, 4ft
      $5.95
    • Blue, 9ft
      $6.80
    • Blue, 6ft
      $6.25
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    Ideal for securing coolers and dry boxes in raft frames, the NRS Loop Straps feature a sewn loop on either end that provides a fixed attachment point. The polypropylene webbing has a tensile strength of 1500 pounds, and the burly stainless steel buckle evenly bites the strap for a secure hold.

    • One-inch polypropylene webbing provides 1500 pounds of tensile strength
    • UV protection coating ensures years of reliable use
    • Stainless steel buckle uses two center-mounted springs for a hard bite that securely holds the strap
    • Sewn loops on either end of the strap provide a quick and secure attachment point
    • Item #NRS0183

    Tech Specs

    Material
    polypropylene webbing, UV protectant
    Lengths
    4 ft, 6 ft, 9 ft
    Recommended Use
    securing gear in the raft frame
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Strap up.

      If you're running a frame on your raft these are the way to go keeping down the cooler, dry box, etc. NRS straps in general are at the top of their game. The cam does corrode like cheaper cam straps. The nylon strap has a go 'hand', meaning the feel in your hand as you grip and pull. Pro Tip: if you strap gets frayed and hard to thread, cut on an angle. Get an old butter knife and a torch. Heat up the butter knife and shape and smooth the bitter end.

      Best Hammock Straps around...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I was a river guide for 2 seasons and became instantly familiar with all shapes and sizes of straps. Just about any good outfit or guide out there is using NRS straps in general because of their incredible strength and durability. Can't cut into beer money buying new straps every week!

      When I needed new straps for my hammock I realized... I dont need new straps, as loop straps are an essential part of a raft set up and I already had several 9 footers laying around. They are the most adjustable, easiest to set up, and lowest stretch straps around, and I have tried all of the available hammock specific straps as well as other types of webbing.

      If you have a cooler to strap down, bars to hold together, or a hammock to hang buy these straps! On second thought just buy them anyway even if you don't think you need them! You will find a million uses for them.

      Awesome stay on your frame straps!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have commercially rafted for a decade now and I love these loop straps. NRS straps are a good quality, I really like the buckles, they are cracked-hands friendly. I leave the loop straps on my frame and use them for my cooler, my dry box, and my dunnage pile, they're great and easy to synch down tight!