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NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps

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$3.60–$5.90

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NRS Color Coded Tie-Down Straps let you tell at a glance what size strap you have. Tough polypropylene webbing and our heavy-duty 1" cam buckle ensure reliable performance and long-lasting durability.
  • Why fumble around looking for the right cam strap while rigging your boat or loading up gear? Grab the right color and get on with the job.
  • We have color coded six of our most commonly used tie-down strap lengths to make them easy to identify with a glance.
  • Tough polypropylene webbing has a 1,100 lb. lashing strength.
  • Two center-mounted stainless-steel springs give our cam buckle a stronger, more secure grip on the webbing.
  • Ask any boater and they'll tell you, "You can never have too many straps."

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  • video: How to Organize Straps
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Lashing Capacity: 1,100 lbs.
Features:
  • 1" x 3" waterproof label for contact information
  • Webbing is color coded by length
  • Buckle has 2 center-mounted stainless-steel springs
Notes:
  • All strap lengths are measured in feet.

video: Quick Tips | How to Roll a Strap for Storage

Quick Tips | How to Roll a Strap for Storage (0:49)

Tired of that tangled mess of NRS straps in your garage? Don't worry, there's a better way. In this Quick Tips video, we show you how to roll your straps for tidy storage. It's simple and easy to do, and will make finding the right strap when you need it much easier.

video: How to Organize Straps

How to Organize Straps (0:42)

As you accumulate a bunch of NRS straps (which you will), keeping them organized will save you a lot of frustration. This video shows one method, putting each of the different lengths on a separate strap.

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  • NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps

    Q:

    Are there any significant differences between these and the NRS HD 1" straps in terms of strength?
    Asked on 3/16/2015 by Mad for Waffles from Seattle

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The webbing is not rated as strong as the blue NRS webbing, butthis is marginal, and for practical usage its not a deal breaker. I do use the blue NRS straps for lashing canoes and kayaks to racks and other hauling purposes (securing a Harley, Polaris Ranger, lawnmowers, ATVs, Appliances, others to trailers). I use the color coded straps for other uses, and love the black 2' straps!!. 6' green straps for securing cooler lids, and red straps for other camping applications. Over the past 20 years I have added more and more straps to my arsenal. I haver never had to replace any strap unless I lose one or someone "borrows" one. I have just a few that are very old that need frayed ends trimmed after two decades of use (long highway trips of 8-10 hours are tough on ends)

      Answered on 3/24/2015 by Boomer from Birmingham AL
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The colors define different length. Brilliant. :)

      Answered on 3/21/2015 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The NRS 1" HD Straps have a webbing tensile strength of 1500 pounds and a proprietary UV protectant treatment to reduce sun damage. The Color Coded Straps have an 1100 pound tensile strength.

      Answered on 3/17/2015 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps

    Q:

    I see that the webbing has a lashing strength of over 1000 lbs. But, how much weight will the buckle hold?
    Asked on 8/20/2014 by cB

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      i've seen these straps fail under tension before (big river rolling a big raft, with straps holding down load), but have never seen a buckle fail. webbing failure points were primarily where strap passed around a more rigid structure (like raft frame or piece of load), and were always transverse i.e. directly across the shortest distance across the strap).
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 8/22/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I pull a trailered canoe on 1600 mile round trips. I have used these
      straps to secure my large 17ft canoe loaded with two weeks of supplies and
      an outboard on these long trips without any problems. After perhaps 4500
      miles of such travel I had a strap break due to being pulled across a sharp
      edge on the trailer but have never had a buckle fail.
      I hope this helps.
      Dan H.

      Answered on 8/21/2014 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The buckle has a 2000 pound holding strength.

      Answered on 8/21/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps

    Q:

    Do these straps have some sort of "built-in" hooks on the ends of them? or are them connectable to Carabiners? How do I connect them to something else?
    Asked on 8/5/2013 by Curious George from Saskatchewan, Canada

    10 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      They don't have hooks but you can run them through a carabiner if you like. You can make them longer by running one strap through another. They really don't connect to something unless you run them through a carabiner or a ring. I have quite a few of the straps in different sizes and always find a use for them. Hope this helps.
      Sent from my iPad

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The NRS Color Coded Straps don't have loops/hooks on them, so you
      basically have to wrap them around any anchor point you chose. If
      you're looking for straps with loops or hooks, try the NRS 1" Loop
      Straps or the NRS J-HookTie-Down Kit.
      Whichever straps you choose, they're all extremely durable and reliable.
      Good luck!

      Answered on 8/7/2013 by Tom from Richmond, VA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The straps only connect back to themself through the buckle you see
      pictured. You can loop the strap around something else such as a
      carabiner, but the only way to fasten if tight is the tail end of the
      strap through the cam buckle.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 8/5/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You simply wrap them around a load or strap a load to an object and then
      pull up tight and the latch will hold the two ends of the strap tight
      together.

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No, they do not have hooks. They are made to connect like a belt... the tag end goes into the buckle, and can then be cinched down to tighten. It is a cam buckle and does not slip once tightened. The buckle actually gets tighter as tension on the strap increases. Then you simply push down on the cam to release it.

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No they don't have a hook or D-ring but if you wanted to connect them with
      other gear you could pass the strap through a carbiner first. These s
      straps have very strong and dependable buckles and are simple and fast.
      I have an assortment and have used them ranging from securing a bed roll
      all the way up to strapping down a loaded 17 ft canoe for a 1500 mile road
      trip. Once on the water I secure the load in my canoe. They are very
      dependable.
      Hope this helps.

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You have to close the cam strap and just hook the biner to the strap. The cam strap can be on a tube, frame or o ring. Does that make sense?
      Sent from my Kindle Fire

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by weezy from gypsum, co
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No hooks. Strap feeds into buckle. Once strap is looped around something, can use carabiner.

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Doug from Portola, CA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No they do not have hooks. They have a buckle that you thread with the opposite end of the strap. They are for boating and rafting. You wrap the strap around the item(s) you want to secure, thread the plain end through the buckle end, and pull to tighten. It sounds like you are looking for bungees - that is not what these are.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The straps don't come with "s" hooks or otherwise attached to the bitter end. But you don't need them either if you calculate the length you need to wrap the load twice, in the case of the cam-lock only straps. In the case of the loop straps, you get two pieces with loops sewn in the bitter ends which allows you to thread the strap through the loop while routing the the strap around your thwart, oar frame, or "d" ring. HTH

      Answered on 8/6/2013 by Swims_with_canoes from S.E. TN
  • NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps

    Q:

    what does the 10' means
    Asked on 6/17/2013 by johnny

    10 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It's a strap 10 feet long.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 6/17/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Straps are 10 foot long.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 6/18/2013 by Ross from Duncannon, PA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It means it¹s 10 feet long

      Answered on 6/18/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It means the strap is 10 feet long

      Answered on 6/18/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      10 feet long

      Answered on 6/18/2013 by weezy from gypsum, co
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Johnny, the yellow strap is 10' (120") long. Our HD straps have the length measurement woven into the strap webbing. These color coded straps are quickly identified for length by the color.

      Answered on 6/17/2013 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The number on the strap refers to its length! J So, a 4' = a four foot
      strap, a 10' = a ten foot strap, a 1' = a one foot strap, etc.
      Smaller straps are best for tying down frames, while longer straps are great
      for rigging and larger pieces of gear. I usually carry less than 8 smaller
      straps, while I have a host of longer ones, mainly 6' and 9'. For other
      applications like hanging nets, etc.it's best to use tubular webbing (or
      "hoopey"). Using hoopey on longer applications allows you to also rig to
      the hoopey line, and practice all your boating knots!
      I hope this helped J
      Kindness,
      Karen Sue

      Answered on 6/17/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The color coded straps are nice because each length is a different color
      and makes it much easier to find the length you're looking for in a bag
      full of straps. 10' is the length, 10 feet.

      Answered on 6/17/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Johnny--
      The 10' means that the strap is 10-feet long. 2' means the strap is 2-feet long, and so on for 4', 6' 8' and 12'.
      Just pick that strap in the length you need. Note that each length comes in its own unique color.
      The 1" in "1" Color Coded Strap" means that the strap is 1-inch wide.
      Hope this helps.

      Answered on 6/18/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      each strap is a particular length. 10 is 10 feet look at other
      straps to find what length they are, they are all marked for the
      users convience

      Answered on 6/21/2013 by Mountain Momma from Laramie, WY
  • NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps

    Q:

    Does NRS have any straps that can be customized to have someone's name printed on the strap?
    Asked on 12/7/2012 by lmoskwa from Auburn, CA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      We can do that with the name or text woven into the 1" blue strap webbing, just like the NRS logo and length numbers you see on the HD Straps. However, it requires ordering 10,000 feet of the webbing. You can order just the webbing and make your own straps, or we can make straps in any lengths you want. Call 800.635.5202 for pricing if you are interested.

      Answered on 12/7/2012 by Clyde from NRS
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  • Lightweight (6)
  • Durable (5)
  • Easy to use (5)
  • Well built / quality (5)

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5.0

Useful for so many things

By Kels

from Greenville, SC

Verified Buyer

Pros

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Day Trips
      • Flat Waters
      • Kayak Camping

      Comments about NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps:

      Kayaking and hammocking

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Awesome product , it works very well .

      By John the wrench

      from Chicago , Illinois

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Kayak Camping
      • Transport A Kayak

      Comments about NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps:

      I purchased these straps to transport my kayak by tying it to the roof rack on my car . They work very well . I am very happy with my purchase .

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      straps

      By solradman

      from Seattle

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Rivers

          Comments about NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps:

          awsome

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          • No
           
          5.0

          Best straps, hands down.

          By Blessed Dad

          from Reno, NV

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Cams That Hold--tight
          • Esay To Use
          • Super Strong Webbing

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Camping
            • Day Trips
            • Hauling gear
            • Kayak Transport
            • Paddle Board Transport
            • Rapids Paddling
            • Rivers

            Comments about NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps:

            I've used NRS tie-down straps of all lengths since being a river guide for many summers many years ago... When I needed tie-down straps for my new adventures with my family, I looked no where else. In my humble option, these are the best cam-straps around for any recreational use or light-industrial use for that matter. Not much else to say, I guess.

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            • No
             
            5.0

            Dependable and strong

            By KLB

            from Florida

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Day Trips
                • Flat Waters
                • Kayak Camping
                • Ocean Swells
                • Rapids Paddling
                • Rivers

                Comments about NRS 1" Color Coded Tie-Down Straps:

                I have used NRS straps for decades and have never had one fail. They don't fray, the buckles don't jam up, and, as long as you use the right length, hold almost anything to the vehicle.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • Yes

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