3/8" braided polypropylene is resistant to rot, abrasion, mildew, petroleum products and most other chemicals. Not recommended for rescue lines.
1/2" braided polypropylene is resistant to rot, abrasion, mildew, petroleum products and most other chemicals. Not recommended for rescue lines.
5/8" braided polypropylene is resistant to rot, abrasion, mildew, petroleum products and most other chemicals. Not recommended for rescue lines.
Use for various tie-down applications or brake lines on Z-drags and countless other uses.
Add or replace existing kayak deck rigging with this bungee cord.
1" tubular nylon webbing is strong and tough. Making convenient anchor points for all rescue systems. Assorted colors. 4,000 lb. tensile strength.
11/16" tubular webbing is strong and tough with unlimited uses. 3,000 lb. tensile strength.
The Omega G-First NFPA Aluminum Screw-Lok is the world's lightest carabiner to earn the full-strength "General" rating from the National Fire Protection Association. Tough, convenient and bright red f...
The 1/2" Standard D Screw-Lok is certified to NFPA standards. Rated at 72 kN, this is one of the strongest carabiners in the world.
Steel screw locking carabiner with the same "D" shape as the 7/16" steel model, but with bigger material for increased strength.
The 1/2" Modified D Quik-Lok NFPA certified carabiner has a smooth auto-twist lock gate that is ready for action.
One of the most popular Omega carabiners, the Modified D screw-locking, is built from 1/2" aircraft quality aluminum alloy.
This quick-locking steel carabiner has great handling, increased corrosion resistance and is a must for every rescue kit.
The Standard Locking D is one of the strongest aluminum carabiners in the world.
Standard carabiner shape with not so standard strength.
Omega's Standard Oval Carabiner is the strongest on the market. At 22 kN, its this is an oval you can rely on for everyday, all-around use.
ISO Cold Forged, huge working area, gargantuan gate clearance, easy clipping, versatile design and strength all rolled into one great carabiner.
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