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  • Sea To Summit - Bomber Tie Down - Lime
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  • Sea To Summit - Bomber Tie Down - Lime
  • Sea To Summit - Bomber Tie Down - Orange
  • Sea To Summit - Bomber Tie Down - Blue

Sea To Summit Bomber Tie Down

$6.95 - $8.95

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    • Lime, 6.5ft
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    12 Reviews


    Your watercraft is important, so don't skimp on the quality of the means to secure it to your vehicle; trust the heavy-duty Sea To Summit Bomber Tie Down.
    • Painted zinc alloy has a rubber protector to reduce dents and dings to your boat, board, and vehicle
    • Durable polypropylene webbing resists wear from excessive moisture, UV exposure, and dirt
    • Elasticized retainer keeps the rolled webbing contained for neat storage
    • Item #STS0154

    Tech Specs

    [strap] polypropylene webbing, [buckle] zinc alloy
    6.5 ft, 10 ft, 13 ft
    Claimed Weight
    (6.5ft) 4 oz, (10ft) 4.4 oz, (13ft) 4.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    all-purpose tie down
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    They Better Call Ya Handy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Right alongside WD-40 and duct tape - one of the most useful things out there, period. I dig the colors and the integrated bumper is clutch. The 13ft is perfect for securing my kayak and misc gear to the roof of the 'Runner.


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

    The straps themselves are pretty nice, however the rubber attachments are cheap. I broke one rubber piece on my first time use on one of 2 straps. Overall they get the job done traveling to the lake.

    Rock solid

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Sea to Summit Bomber Tie Down is exactly what it claims to be; a bomber piece of gear. A tie down strap seems like a little detail until your boat goes soaring off the front of your vehicle when the guy in front of you stops short while texting. With these, that isn't going to be the case. The poly strap is heavy duty and doesn't absorb any moisture allowing the burly buckle to hold tight no matter what the conditions may be. The rubber bumper is thick and really protects anything you are strapping down from the buckle. Finally, the elastic strap keeper stops that annoying flapping of the tail end. Overall, couldn't be happier with these. You pull them tight and never have to worry about them moving or watching your boat fly over the hood.

    buckle pads broke

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These looked like great straps, less expensive than Thule or NRS, but the pads behind buckles are flimsily attached and broke off in less than a season of use. I used them to tie down kayaks, and when it's synched down, buckle moves against the pad and eventually breaks it off. They still work; just that buckles are not padded, so I don't use them for strapping down kayaks anymore.


      Solid cam strap tie down?like every other well constructed one out there. Two things that may set this apart are the colored cam actions for the different lengths, which help you quickly identify the length you are after and the rubber pad below the cam. The pad helps protect the surface of bags, boats, boards or whatever cargo you are lashing down.

      Easier to use

        The buckle size makes these easier to use than many styles. The release lever is broad and thumb friendly. Color coding is very helpful in a bag full of straps. I've not used them to tie my board down, more for keeping the cover from flapping and for smaller duty so I can't give a strength comparison. They do feel softer and are a bit wider than other straps I've used but I've not run through any severe tests. I use Kanulock with steel for the main tie downs.

        Good as any

          These are nice tie-downs. They're pretty tough, and look cooler than others that I own. If you're going to buy them, keep in mind that 6.5 feet it too short to double around a kayak; consider getting the 10 footer for a kayak and the 13 for a canoe.

          Smelly rubber, fun colors

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          Bought these for the protective rubber pad under the cam, which has a very strong smell... These are very light-weight (not that its necessary) but the load rating is not very "bomber". They are adequate for strapping the paddle board to the roof, but the NRS cam straps are much more heavy duty if that's important to you.

          Unanswered Question

          would this be good to tie down a 13 cu ft...

          would this be good to tie down a 13 cu ft Thule cargo bag on my rooftop roof rack? Is it better to buy the longer size vs shorter? Unfilled the bag is 36 x 36.