Spring Buckle Straps utilize a spring buckle sewn to the end of the webbing of your choice. To tie down or secure an application, you feed the free end of the webbing around any object and back to the Spring Buckle, inserting it up through the bottom into the slot and then letting go of the spring buckle once tight enough. Spring buckle tie down straps are designed so that once the webbing is fed through the slot in the Spring Buckle, a simple pulling on the loose end while opening the Spring Buckle, is all that is needed to tighten the strap to your load. The teeth on the spring buckle grips the webbing once you let go. Spring buckle tie down straps are used in light applications and can slip if given too much pull.