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Voile Ski Straps 9 Through 24 inches

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    Voile Straps—carry a couple extra, just in case.

    No matter how wide your skis are, you're going to be able to find a Voile Ski Strap that'll keep 'em from banging together when you're booting up a ridge or just trying to cross the road after an epic dawn patrol. Made of tough and stretchy polyurethane, Voile straps are much more versatile than duct tape, zip ties, and bailing wire combined.
    • Item #VOL0083

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [strap] polyurethane, [buckle] aluminum, (9 inch) [buckle] nylon
    Recommended Use
    holding skis together, fixing a broken ski, a-framing your skis, attachment to your pack
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    You can never have enough!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These things are so useful - use them with your skis, mountain bike, keep one in the car, etc. Right now i'm using them to strap an extra tire tube to the frame of my mountain bike - works like a charm.

    Great Straps

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Got a much of different sizes and colors. Does the job and no worries about coming loose.
    Uses for kayaks - bikes - backpacks - sailboat

    Stay Strapped

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    As others have mentioned, these straps are super versatile. There's a million ways to use these things other than just for skis. The durability is outstanding and I haven't had any issues with them. Buy a couple, you'll thank yourself later.

    Gotta Have Em

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These straps are a must have for any backcountry skier. Last week on a trip to Canada one of the tail straps ripped off one of my skins. Behold the trusty Voile strap. I just wrapped around the ski and over the tail of the skin and I didn't miss a single lap. For those not inclined to backcountry ski, they will hold pump or spare tube to any bicycle frame.

    A Must Have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These straps are super versatile and useful. Some things I use them for are strapping my splitboard together when bootpacking, attaching a spare tube to my mountain bike, adding traction to my skins for touring, and the list goes on.

    Very Sturdy, Very Useful

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These things are great because they're super strong, so they can cinch things down very well. The one thing I actually don't use them for is keeping my skis together, but some of my friends use them for that and it does seem to keep them nice and organized in the car, on the pack, etc.. I would definitely recommending having a few of these in various sizes on hand for miscellaneous utility though, and heck throw some on your skis if you're into that kinda thing. I primarily use them to strap items to my bike frame to fit in with the enduro crowd, and they are very effective for that. One holds my tube and C02 on there, and if it's chilly in the morning I put a second in my pocket and use it to strap my jacket to my bike once I'm done with that. I love that they are a nice soft rubber, so as long as you don't get dirt in between them and your bike frame they won't do any harm and they also do not slide around. Also keep the metal clasp off your frame of course... then you are good to go.

    Perfect for sled skiing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use these primarily to lash my skis to a rack set up on my Ski Doo XP. These are a huge improvement from using standard utility straps with a cam buckle. They do no freeze up like those styles of straps and are much easier to cinch down with gloves on. Overall a great piece of gear for the backcountry skier.

    Tough straps for many uses

      I bought these to eliminate movement on my bike rack and for random tasks around the house and camping. They are so versatile that I keep finding new jobs them. I bought 2 of the 24" variety.

      Great Straps for strapping things!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've strapped a lot of things, and these straps are great! I use them for skis, lawnmowers, wood bundles, and plenty more things. Buy these if you need to strap anything !

      Unanswered Question

      Do all lengths have the aluminum buckle or just the shorter one? it's tough to tell from the description...thx!

      Silly question... do these come as individual straps or as a pair?

      What size for Spatulas?

      What size for Spatulas?

      I have the praxis powderboards which are the same size as the spatulas. I use the 18" strap around the very center of the ski, and they fit perfectly. 18 inches is about 46 cm. the ski is 136mm underfoot or 13.6 cm. Back to back that's 27.2 cm together plus let's say 6cm of thickness to account for the sidewall of the skis. That's still under 34 cm or 13.4 inches. Leaving plenty of extra strap. I've been very happy with the amount of room and easy on and off with the 18 inch strap. You can use 24 for sure but there will plenty of extra strap hanging off.

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      When will you get more in stock??

      When will you get more in stock??

      Do you have in stock Voile straps with the...

      Do you have in stock Voile straps with the metal buckle instead of the plastic buckle?? Strapping bags to off road motorcycles and fear the plastic may snap under the duress of offroading.

      Thanks in advance.

      What size do I need for A-frame with a...

      What size do I need for A-frame with a Volkl T-Rock (119-87-111) ski? Should I go bigger than required for other purposes?