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Tubular Nylon Webbing 2"
Tubular Nylon Webbing 2"

Quantity Discounts:

150-450 = 10% off
451-1000 = 15% off
1001-1500 = 20% off
1501-2400 = 30% off
2401+ = 35% off

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Our Price: $0.65

Product Code: TNW2

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Sold by the foot. For lengths greater than 30ft, please specify in your order notes if you prefer No Splices. For most webbing the maximum continuous length is 150 ft, after which a new roll is started.


Tubular Nylon webbing has hundreds of uses. It is soft and pliable. It is easy to untie knots, even after they have been under great pressure. It is extremely strong for its size. So, for rafting, kayaking, climbing, camping, general purpose, you need some of this. All our webbing is sold by the foot. All quantity discounts are based on webbing the same size, but they can be different colors.
Please note that tubular nylon, depending on the mill, can have no tracer and up to 6 tracer threads running the entire length of the webbing. This tracer is usually located on one side of the webbing. If this is an issue, consider tubular polyester webbing, which has no tracer thread. You can also state in the notes / comments section when ordering that you would like no tracer threads, but be aware that it might not be possible.
2 Inch Tubular Nylon facts:
  • Thickness of 0.09 of an inch
  • Breaking strength of 5000 pounds
  • Melting point of 380 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Available in 5 colors

*** Tubular Webbing is always measured from edge to edge.
That measurement does NOT refer to the inner dimension of the webbing.

Tubular nylon webbing is also available in 1/2 inch, 1 inch, and widths.

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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Sturdy but flat may be easier to deal with March 21, 2009
Reviewer: sue mccartin from st. petersburg, FL United States  
I bought some of this to make "rescue straps" for the local fire department guys.  One of them got stranded in his vehicle and had two of the ones I made in his car and tied them together and used them to tow his vehicle...pretty darn strong the straps were not damaged and the stitching on a heavy duty machine held also.  I was impressed that the knot might be removable if you worked at it long enough but it was really, really tight after towing a mini van.  I can't an application for myself I'd rather deal with the flat product but maybe I'm just not understanding why this may be better for certain things.  I wish they had red in this had to get that elsewhere.

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