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Strapworks.com is unique in that we allow you to choose the strap you want. You can choose from 100ís of options to design the exact strap that you need. The next few steps are designed to help you choose those options and finalize your strap to be added to your shopping cart. Pictures are provided so that you can see those options that are available and those that you are choosing. Keep changing those options or start a new strap until you are happy with what you have and add it to your shopping cart. If you canít find what you are looking for or you require something even more custom, please feel free to email custom@strapworks.


D Rings, Tri-Loops Footman Loops and Keepers


Create your own custom belts and straps using plastic loops, D-rings and keepers from Strapworks. Our large selection of strap hardware ensures you'll find the perfect piece for your next project. Whether you're looking for plastic or metal hardware, we have everything you need to get the job done. Our impressive selection and low prices make Strapworks your go-to source for all things strap related.


STEP 1: Choose Your Hardware Style







D-rings are some of our most popular accessories. They can be used as attachment points and have a smooth, connected design that's ideal for a variety of uses. Standard styles come in black or white and sizes range from 1/2 to 2 inches. Colored D-rings are also available.

Keepers are designed to hold a second piece of webbing up against the first instead of letting it hang free. This helps prevent snags and frays, ensuring your custom belt or strap maintains its good looks for years to come. The low-profile accessories are priced low and come in black or white and several different sizes.

Plastic tri-loops are commonly used as finishing hardware on straps and tie-downs. They measure between 3/4 and 1 1/2 inches. The loops come in black only and are easy to install.

Last, but not least, we offer plastic footman loops. The light-duty loops are particularly well-suited for salt water applications. They cost less than stainless steel footman loops and are designed to work with 1 to 1 1/2-inch webbing.