Sterling 1" Tubular Webbing

Color: Yellow
Size: Per Foot
Sale price$0.50


A must-have for any paddler! Sterling's Tech Tape 1" Tubular Webbing is a necessity in many rescue situations and is a common accessory found in most serious paddlers' PFD or pin kit. Use a length of webbing to build an anchor to help un-pin a boat, tie your boat off to the bank, un-flip a raft, the possibilities are endless. Additionally, tubular webbing is one of the most common materials for a perimeter line on a raft, as the stretch of the webbing and low profile give it an advantage over many ropes.

4,000 lb. tensile strength.

Sold by the foot - Select the length you need as the quantity, and the webbing will ship as one continuous piece. If you need over 100' in one continuous strand, please contact us prior to ordering.

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

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