NOTICE: Strapworks is still open, but operating under reduced business hours.
Please view our updated hours on our Contact Us page. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Strapworks will be closed Thursday, November 26th and will reopen on Monday, November 30th, in observance of Thanksgiving. Orders placed after 1PM PST on Wednesday the 25th may not be processed until Monday. We hope everyone has a safe and wonderful holiday!
Strapworks.com is unique in that we
allow you to choose the strap you want. You can choose from 100's 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 can't find what
you are looking for or you require something even more custom, please
feel free to email custom@strapworks.
Spring Buckle Straps
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 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 Straps are used in light applications and can slip if
given too much pull.
Choose your Webbing and Webbing Size(click on the webbing size to move to the final step)
Flat Nylon: Flat nylon is best used for higher abrasion applications. It is not recommended to use in or around water continuously because it absorbs water quickly, causing rot & mildew. It can also stretch up to 2% of its length when wet (submerged in water multiple times). However, if you need a heavy duty strap for a "beefy" job, this webbing is for you. Nylon has a thickness of .070 - .075 of an inch and its breaking strength on flat nylon ranges from 2275lbs. - 5500lbs.
Heavyweight Polypropylene: Heavyweight polypropylene is great to use in the outdoors. It has excellent UV protection, and it doesn't absorb water quickly giving it resistance to rot & mildew. The abrasion resistance isn't very high, so we recommend not using this material against rough edges. This webbing is perfect for medium duty applications. It has a thickness of .060 of an inch and its breaking strength ranges from 675lbs. - 1800lbs.
Lightweight Polypropylene:Lightweight polypropylene is also great for the outdoors. It differs from the heavyweight by breaking strength and stiffness. Other than that, it has all the same specs as the heavyweight polypro. Lightweight is .040 of an inch thick and its breaking strength ranges from 375lbs. - 750lbs.