NRS 1" Loop Cam Strap


Title: 9' Pair
Price:
Sale price$17.95

Description

Easily secure gear to your raft frame, car-top rack or other tie-down point with NRS 1" Loop Straps. Both ends stay in place when you loosen the strap, so you can remove and replace gear without having to re-rig.

NRS Loop Cam Strap Features:

  • These tie-down straps are a two-piece system. Each piece has a loop at one end.
  • Simply thread each end through its loop around your raft frame, roof rack bar or other object, then pull tight. Now youre ready to secure your gear.
  • The buckle end is 1 long, and the tail piece accounts for the remaining footage.
  • Comes in three convenient lengths for tying down dry boxes, coolers, kayaks, canoes and other boating gear.
  • 1" polypropylene boasts a lashing capacity of 1,500 pounds.
  • Our proprietary UV-resistant treatment provides long-term durability in the sunny outdoors.
  • Two center-mounted stainless-steel springs give our cam buckle a stronger, more secure grip on the webbing.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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