Webbing is a strong fabric that has a variety of uses. The most common types of webbing are flat and tubular. Flat webbing is typically used in seatbelts and backpack straps. However, the uses for flat webbing are numerous and pop up in more places than you think. Flat nylon is a popular type of webbing that is an excellent choice for higher abrasion activities. This webbing is heavy duty and will stand up to the test for those "beefy" jobs.
At Strapworks.com, you'll find an assortment of high-quality flat nylon including ¾" military flat nylon webbing. This flat nylon is a commercial version of mil-spec 17337. It is a thin (0.040 inches), tight, coarse weave used most often in rifle slings. Strapworks.com's military flat nylon webbing is sold by the foot. In addition to rifle slings, military flat nylon webbing is also ideal for the adjuster straps used in backpacking.
This particular military webbing is available in black. However, if you are interested in a camouflage pattern, check out Strapworks.com's 17337 webbing in printable polyester. Choose the 17337 rifle sling in any of our digital camos, a pink camo for the ladies or any of our patterns. We also have custom patterns available. Check our polyester webbing pages to take a peek at these popular camouflage patterns.
Strapworks.com's ¾" military flat nylon is also available in 1 inch, 1-1/2 inch, 1-3/4 inch, 2 inch and mil spec 4088 1 inch. Other nylon webbing options include: Flat nylon webbing in 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, 1 inch, 1-1/2 inch, and 2 inch widths. Flat nylon tape 1/2 inch, 1 inch and scuba webbing made with nylon 1-7/8 inch.
All of Strapworks' webbing is sold by the foot. All of our quantity discounts are based on webbing of the same size. However, the order can include different colors. Please not that thickness is based on an average and the texture of the webbing may vary in stiffness and weave.
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