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Tubular Climb-Spec 1in Webbing Disk

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Tubular Climb-Spec 1in Webbing Disk

From extra-long slings to anchor systems to a campground slack line, look no further than a 30-foot length of versatile BlueWater Tubular Climb-Spec Webbing. The 1-inch-wide webbing provides superior strength, durability, and flexibility when compared to standard military-spec webbing, making it an ideal choice for climbing applications.


  • Tubular climb-spec webbing is superior to standard military-spec webbing in terms of strength, flexibility, and durability
  • High thread count and tight weave pattern increase abrasion resistance
  • Tensile strength of 4000 pounds makes climb-spec webbing ideal for climbing applications
  • Item #BWR3214
nylon tubular webbing
(width) 1in
30 ft
(tensile) 4000 lb
Recommended Use
climbing applications
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

July 12, 2022

Good product. Awful packaging.

I've used it several times

Like everything bluewater makes, this product does the job, but finds a way to Inconvenience the user unnecessarily. The webbing itself is fine, maybe even above average. The issue is that the webbing comes rolled and is held together with extremely poor quality tape that is difficult to remove in one piece and leaves a really nasty/sticky residue on each end of the webbing (this affects about a foot on one end and a few inches on the other). The adhesive can come off in chunks in your hand and the webbing will remain very sticky (making it difficult to knot, etc). Warm water and mild soap got most of it off with some work. I'll give bluewater the benefit of the doubt and say that heat/ humidity probably compromised the adhesive in transit (I can't imagine they would knowingly ship a product like that), but there are much better ways to package webbing regardless. Also, why isn't it hot cut????

Bergren C