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NRS 1in Color-Coded Straps

$4.75 - $6.50

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  • Black, 2ft
    $4.75
  • Red, 4ft
    $5.25
  • Green, 6ft
    $5.50
  • Blue, 8ft
    $5.75
  • Yellow, 10ft
    $6.25
  • Black/Yellow, 12ft
    $6.50

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The NRS 1in Color-Coded Straps make it easy to decipher which strap you need to tie down your canoe, kayak, SUP, or surfboard. Each color designates a different size. Take full advantage of the color coding and get one of each.
  • Item #NRS0150

Material
[strap] nylon webbing, [buckle] steel
Recommended Use
tying boats down to roof rack

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Stock up

These things are great, can pick them up in a variety of sizes, great for the boat or around the house.

>Rating: 4

nrs

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

must have in the paddle world

>Rating: 4

buckle is heavy

I like these a lot and they synch down well. I'm just not stoked on how heavy the metal buckle is. Overall does the job!

>Rating: 5

Sweet

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great straps for pretty much anything.

>Rating: 5

One giant pack

Bought this to strap crash pads together while bouldering. It has been working great, and is long enough to use for two full pads and a couple things in between, with ease.

>Rating: 4

Solid strap

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

NRS straps are good stuff. I use this to tie down the bow of my jon boat on the trailer. I haven't seen the durability issues some others have mentioned, but I don't have several seasons of use on mine like they do.

>Rating: 4

Gets the job done

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

If you are looking for simple tie straps, these NRS straps will certainly do the job. Easy to use, durable, and a great item for the price.

>Rating: 5

Nice straps

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Totally love NRS straps. I'm sold on them. I've tried to find other brands that are cheaper without sacrificing quality but have yet to find any that can come close... I use them for tying gear down to the truck, on the raft, for anything. I'm honestly tempted to start using them for work because they are so tough, and cheaper than anything I could buy at a hardware store or big box store. Two thumbs up.

>Rating: 3

they'll do

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Not the best. But, they'll do. I don't trust the buckle and knot a few times over it to be safe. I got them because they were super cheap, which works for me. I am never in too much of a rush to not have time to tie two or three knots before I go. I use them to strap down my SUP and it works! Happy outdooring!!!

>Rating: 2

Not as good as the non-color coded

The regular non-color coded NRS straps are awesome and get five stars from me - as well as most other people who have reviewed them. However, it seems to me the color coded straps are made of an inferior material. Several of my color coded straps have frayed, while none of my non-color coded straps have frayed. They just don't seem to hold up. It's too bad because when you have a lot of straps in your bag, it is nice to know the length by the color. Unfortunately my experience is you should stay away from these color coded straps if you "put them through the wringer." Is it just me or has anyone else seen this?

I have, especially working around silt. I've guided on the Colorado River for two seasons and have seen a lot of cam straps fray due to silty water. Still good for a couple seasons but probably need replacements after that.

They are different material. The standard blue are a bit stronger and a bit more durable.