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OneUp Components EDC Gear Straps


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    8 Reviews


    Strap up and ride out.

    Carrying packs can be cumbersome, but riding without a spare tube is a dangerous endeavor. With the OneUp EDC Gear Straps you never have to find yourself unprepared and out of luck, even on pack-free days. These stretchy polyurethane straps secure around your frame and tube, or whatever it is you'd like to carry along. The strap is grippy, so it won't slip around on your frame, and because its made of polyurethane instead of velcry, it won't absorb water and mud or scratch your frame.

    • Handy straps for carrying gear pack-free
    • Stretchy polyurethane won't scratch your frame
    • Doesn't absorb water or mud, stays in place
    • Item #OUC000P

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    Recommended Use
    cross-country, enduro, trail, downhill

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    Great Straps

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Have quite a few of these. They're super durable and get the job done. Pretty good price and perfect for holding just about anything on the bike. Love it!

    Off Your Back & Under Your Strap

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    We all have our favorite orange straps that look just like this one and have been the Swiss Army straps for all sports & seasons. Let's face it, these are pretty much the same with two awesome upgrades for using on your bike; there is no metal so it plays nice with your paint and carbon, it also has a nice lil loop to hold down the tail end and keep everything dialed in.
    Love these straps and really like that this is a pack of two as one is never enough.
    There are several other option out there to strap items to your frame, but so far this one packs the best bang for the buck in my opinion as being very versatile if you need them to save your ride in another way.

    If you don't think you need two, give one to your riding buddy and ask them to borrow it back later down the road.

    Best thing to keep on your bike

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's a strap, so can't really say too much about it. Holds things like tubes, co2, tire levers, burritos, extra water, frame pumps, trail beers, or whatever you really feel like strapping to your frame. In all honesty, these things are far more valuable than just strapping things to your bike. They can easily be used for last ditch trail fixes to get you home on a long ride, or even in medical situations in the backcountry. Buy a few to toss in your pack as backups too.

    Its a strap

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Its a strap.
    I haven't used others so maybe different options are better-but this one holds a tube, and a c02 chuck/cartridge on my Pivot quite nicely. Nice for riding a quick loop without having to bring the whole pack.

    Okay strap

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    These seem okay for what they are, but the buckle and hoop enclosure were bulky. I planned on using them to secure cargo on my fatbike, but the buckle and excess straps just didn't sit flush like I had hoped. I returned them before using them in the field, and went with velcro straps instead.