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    Ski Strap

    The Black Diamond Ski Strap bundles your skis into a tight little package. This strap’s stretchy thermoplastic and a durable alloy buckle keep your boards from scissoring when they’re not on your feet.
    • Keep your backcountry kit together with this ski strap
    • Stretchy thermoplastic material offers a secure hold
    • Durable alloy buckle locks skis in place for the long haul
    • Item #BLD0378

    Tech Specs

    [strap] thermoplastic, [buckle] alloy
    Recommended Use
    skiing, splitboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Stay Strapped

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Great straps to have around for all seasons. Great for skiing, traveling, camping; you name it. I have used these for touring and also for keeping my back wheel on my back rack.

    Never have enough

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love these straps, they're perfect to hold skis together, poles to skis, bikes to racks, pretty much everything. I always leave an extra one in my ski pack and climbing pack just in case!

    Always keep one in your car :-)

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Durable, strong, and perfect for splitboarding. We ordered a couple of different sizes and I found an extra use for one when I was in an accident and my car mirror was knocked off!

    Always keep one in your car :-)

    These are the good stretchy ones

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    some of these voile style straps are static and in my opinion, not as useful for that. These have held up for several seasons of abuse including being used on sharp ski edges to hold faulty skins in place, all while being stretchy and easy to use with gloves on

    pretty good

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

    it's functional, grippy, almost too grippy as it doesn't like to slip through the slot...i would expect this to go away with use....

    Got the job done

      Fantastic multi-purpose strap made from high quality thermoplastic. The only downside to the strap is the slight awkwardness of the buckle – but I think the versatility of the strap more than compensates for it. I use mine for securing camping items in my day/overnight packs. Overall, a great deal for the price.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have tried Voile straps before and would say these are comparable, and a little more stylish.

      IMO the voile seemed more flimsy but that being said I have never had an issue with either, having used em for A-frames and just in general for packing gear to the hill.

      BD's are more grippy, but thats not necessarily a good thing all the time.

      These work great on Tele gear where you dont have the brakes to hold the skis together.

      Not as good as Voile straps

        I'm a huge fan of BD products. They make really functional, high quality gear, and I always highly recommend them as I use a ton of their backcountry stuff. These straps fall a little short though. They are about the same price as the Voile straps, even a little pricier, but they are not as good. They feel cheaper and not as durable as the Voile straps. Also the closure isn't as good. Overall, they work really well, they just don't feel as solid as the voile straps.

        Fine, Not as Good as Voile

          These work fine, they cinch up nice and hold skis or random gear or what have you. They're very useful in a wide variety of situations, like reusable zip ties. Never leave the house without some good ski straps.

          These are 18 inches long (wish that were in the product description!!) and stretch perhaps 2".

          In the end though, these are just plain not as good as the Voile ski straps. They are stretchier, softer, and gummier; the Voiles are just plain bomber while these don't feel as secure. They're sort of sticky and can be a pain to work with. The extra stretch means it's harder to get them really secure. The hook to close them is good, though.

          Black Diamond Ski Strap

            These straps are the best! Ever get tired of having poles and fat skis scissoring and going all over the place. Fix all that with these handy straps. Strap poles to skis and you get a really nice handle to carry you skis or just throw them over your shoulder. Got five and gave them to buddies for christmas. Huge Hit!

            Strap up

              Straps seem great so far; they really hold things together. In the past have used velcro straps that also had a foam cushion that slid between the skis to keep them from scraping each other up. It was a nice feature, but I don't seem to be missing it. These seem a little more durable to boot.

              How long are these straps?

              How long are these straps?