Strap Adjuster Straps come in many different designs typically utilizing a Strap Adjuster sewn to the end of a piece of webbing. Because of the Adjuster, you would feed the free end of the webbing around any object and back to the Adjuster again. Strap Adjuster Straps are designed so that once the webbing is fed through the slots in the Adjuster, simply pulling on the loose end is all that is needed to tighten the strap to your load. The slots on the adjuster buckle grip the webbing as you tighten. Once the webbing is tight it will not slip until you work slack into the adjuster. Strap Adjuster Straps are used in light to medium applications where you need something held secure, or together.