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NRS 1" Loop Straps

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Easily secure gear to your raft frame, car-top rack or other tie-down point with NRS Loop Straps. Both ends stay in place when you loosen the strap, so you can remove and replace gear without having to re-rig.
  • These tie-down straps are a two-piece system. Each piece has a loop at one end.
  • Simply thread each end through its loop around your raft frame, roof rack bar or other object, then pull tight. Now you're ready to secure your gear.
  • The buckle end is 1' long, and the tail piece accounts for the remaining footage.
  • Comes in three convenient lengths for tying down dry boxes, coolers, kayaks, canoes and other boating gear.
  • 1" polypropylene boasts a lashing capacity of 1,500 pounds.
  • Our proprietary UV-resistant treatment provides long-term durability in the sunny outdoors.
  • Two center-mounted stainless-steel springs give our cam buckle a stronger, more secure grip on the webbing.
  • The overall length of each NRS loop strap is woven right into the webbing, so there's never any guesswork when choosing the right size for the job.
  • A waterproof 1" x 3" tag near the buckle gives you a place to record your name and contact information.

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  • video: Quick Tips | How to Roll a Strap for Storage
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  • video: How to Organize Straps
    How to Organize Straps
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Lashing Capacity: 1,500 lbs.
Features:
  • Loops on each end secure straps to almost anything
  • Buckle end is 1' and loop end is the remaining footage
  • Strap length woven into the webbing
  • Buckle has 2 center-mounted stainless-steel springs
  • 1" x 3" waterproof name tag sewn on
  • Webbing treated with UV protectant
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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4.8

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97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Rugged (26)
  • Functional (24)
  • Lightweight (5)
  • Compact (4)
  • Easy to use (4)

Cons

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Best Uses

  • Boating / sailing (17)
  • Day trip (13)
  • Rivers (13)
  • Kayak / canoe / rafting (12)
  • Rapids paddling (8)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Intermediate (11), Advanced (6)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Handy as a good knife!

I use these straps to tie my frame to my inflatable raft. They are also useful to tie-down small dry boxes and other gear. I also use them on my Infinicat (R) rafts...Read complete review

I use these straps to tie my frame to my inflatable raft. They are also useful to tie-down small dry boxes and other gear. I also use them on my Infinicat (R) rafts for similar purposes. They are really neat to have on hand for many unexpected uses. I even carry some in my truck to use for those times when I pick up something that needs to be tied in safely. They are like clamps in a wood shop; you can't have too many!

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Loop strap is backwards

This pair of straps is built backwards--the buckle should be on the long strap. This would allow you to put the webbing of the short piece through it, and pull down to...Read complete review

This pair of straps is built backwards--the buckle should be on the long strap. This would allow you to put the webbing of the short piece through it, and pull down to tighten. As it is built, you have to reach high up and pull upward. With a canoe on a truck rack, this is difficult and I have to stand on my tire to get enough leverage to tighten. On a lower sedan, it wouldn't be much of a problem.

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5.0

Should have bought these years ago

By gushy

from Phx. Arizona

About Me Intermediate

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Functional
  • Rugged

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Bicycle tie downs

    Comments about NRS 1" Loop Straps:

    I purchased 4 of these straps both ends have loops sewn into them .. I hook the looped ends to the truck bed tie down spots and the other looped ends to the bicycle .. pull them tight and I can stand the bike in the bed of my pickup and it is very very secure ... (four pointed)

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    5.0

    Great product

    By Mark and Goat

    from Staunton River

    About Me Intermediate

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Functional

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Boating
      • Kayaking

      Comments about NRS 1" Loop Straps:

      Great for securing canoes to any roof rack

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Good value

      By Ed

      from Longview wa

      About Me Intermediate

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Cleans Easily
      • Functional
      • Quick Drying
      • Rugged

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Boating
        • Kayaking

        Comments about NRS 1" Loop Straps:

        Secureing canoe

        Service and delivery comments:

        Delivery quick

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Works great to hold down dry box or cooler (rig for flip)

        By ?

        from Mt

        About Me Intermediate

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Functional
        • Rugged

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Boating

          Comments about NRS 1" Loop Straps:

          Easy to get into dry box or cooler

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          5.0

          Amazing, these straps are...

          By Riverscum

          from Wyoming

          About Me Advanced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Functional
          • Rugged

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Boating

            Comments about NRS 1" Loop Straps:

            NRS straps are the handiest thing since pull top beer cans, pants pockets and semi auto handguns.
            With out a doubt.

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            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              For the loop straps, is each strap one half of the total stated "length"?; in other words, is the 6 foot pair a 3 foot plain strap and a 3 foot buckled strap?
              Asked on 6/14/2016 by Joe from Olympia, WA

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                No, Joe, the buckle end is 1' long and the loop end is the remaining footage

                Answered on 6/14/2016 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              Could these be used for hammock support? The buckle system is my concern - the strap is obviously strong enough.

              Thank you
              Asked on 4/15/2016 by Bridge from Columbia, SC

              12 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I have found this to be quite secure in every situation I put them through.

                Answered on 4/18/2016 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Absolutely. These buckles are bomber.

                Answered on 4/18/2016 by Tyler from Seattle
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Yes, the buckle is strong enough for a hammock as long as it is in good shape and the person the hammock is not huge.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 4/16/2016 by Birgit from Arizona
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Buckles fail for me only when they are really corroded looking, usually from salt water exposure, but sometimes just from being old. But the exposure and age I'm talking about is YEARS. And they look pitted and ugly long before they fail. What goes bad first is the spring and that is after it looks rusty. I've trusted my camping hammock (Hennessy) with much less sturdy attachments.

                Answered on 4/16/2016 by Kayaker from Chicagoland, IL
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Yes the buckle system will easily support the weight of multiple people in a hammock.

                Answered on 4/16/2016 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I’ve used these 1” NRS straps to tie down or anchor some pretty hefty loads. They are also what hold the 17’ tubes (with D rings) to the aluminum frame well at securing the floorboards to the frame on my Air Cataraft. The cargo net and all the gear is held in place by them as well. They have been completely reliable even in some of the fast current and rough water in many of our Alaska rivers. I have sued the same ones for years without a buckle slipping. I have replaced some just because they began to show rust after years of use in the water which made them harder to open and they needed a push to close but they still held fine.

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

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                I don/t think it would be reliable for that kind of non-static use.

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I think they would
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by Feldspar from St. Louis, Missouri
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                They hold a canoe on the roof at 80 mph, that’s all I can tell you.

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by ADB from St Charles IL
              • VERIFIED BUYER

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                I never use them for such. Cant say for sure, but not there intended use. A rope and timber hitch would be my choice.

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by Marty from Humboldt, IA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I've used mine for a hammock and a ton of other things besides rafting. They never fail. If they can hold on to a raft and it's gear upside down getting trashed in a rapid, then they'll hold up a hammock!

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

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                1 inch NRS buckles seem to be rated at 2000 pounds and straps at 1500. But I've had old buckles fail because of the teeth getting worn down. Don't put your hammock over a cliff or a place you could get hurt and you should be OK.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 4/15/2016 by Anonymous
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              Can I get a configuration where the buckle end is 2 ft and the other end is 10 ft ???
              Joseph
              Asked on 8/26/2015 by Joseph from United States

              3 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

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                The buckel is on its own strap, which is about a foot long. The other strap can be had in different lengths.

                Answered on 8/28/2015 by Marty from Humboldt, IA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                No, the buckle end is 1 foot, irrespective of length of the other piece.

                Answered on 8/26/2015 by Anonymous
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                We don't do custom straps, Joseph. However, custom straps can be built by you, or a local sewing or upholstery shop. Use our Cam Buckles, Item # 60011.01, and Heavy Duty 1" Webbing.

                Answered on 8/26/2015 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              What is the best way to remelt the strap ends flat?

              I needed to adjust the strap length so I cut it. But now when I melt the frayed ends of the strap with a lighter the end doesn't easily fit through the buckle. Any ideas on how to remelt strap ends flat?
              Asked on 6/29/2015 by Brian from United States

              10 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Use hot knives. A couple of old kitchen knives that are beat up and otherwise useless and you don't know why you still own them but you do. Heat them up on a stove and sandwich the strap between the two. It melts the material and leaves it flat.

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Joe J from CO
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Tightly sandwich thew straps between two pieces of masking tape where you
                want to cut it, cut through the tape and strap in one go, then melt the cut
                ends before removing the tape. The tape holds the strands together.

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by DaveP from Portland, OR
              • VERIFIED BUYER

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                My method is to first clean cut with a sturdy scissors if it's damaged badly
                enough then while wearing leather gloves and while using a barbecue lighter
                heat the end carefully and evenly. If it catches fire quickly snuff it out
                with the gloves thumb and forefinger and gently squeeze the tip to produce a
                melted yet thin end. Next trim it with the scissors.

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Keith from Longview, WA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Use a heated blade to cut the end rather than cutting it and then melting it.
                Albuquerque Iwama Aikido
                www.ABQ-Iwama-aikido.com

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Trim at an angle, melt with a lighter, while still melted press between two butter knives.
                Or use a hot iron and heat up the last 1/2".
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Epic from Everett, Wa
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                An iron will get hot enough and allow an even flat end on it.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I use an old Buck knife and heat the blade edge with a butane torch and the
                do the cut and sometimes, flatten out the edge so that it will pass through
                the cam that much easier.

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I would use a rope/line cutting hot knife while clamping the "good" end between 2 flat parts.
                David Mohring
                OptiPro Systems, LLC

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Anonymous
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Brian, while the material is still molten use something like a putty knife to mash the soft material flat. One customer said he uses a hammer to mash it flat!

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                A hot knife is best.
                Matt Henry

                Answered on 6/29/2015 by Anonymous
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              Any tips on rolling a set of loop cams for storage? With the twist in the loop ends it makes the traditional cinnamon-roll a little tricky. I can get it done but it's not as tight and neat as the other flat cams.
              Asked on 11/16/2014 by matt from United States

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Matt, good luck. I stick my loop straps in a sack that I stick in the top of my strap bag, and call it good. But, I only roll straps 9' and longer. Here's how I organize the shorter ones - http://www.nrs.com/learn/organize-straps.asp

                Answered on 11/16/2014 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              I would like to have a loop strap with a really long non-buckle end strap, 22 feet. is it possible to custom order such a thing? how much would that cost? thanks for your help.

              beejay shannon
              Asked on 9/6/2014 by beejay from placerville, ca

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Benjay, we can't do custom loop straps. However, it is very easy to make your own. You can order 1" HD webbing, Item # 60014.01, in any length you want, and 1" HD cam buckles, # 60011.01. If you don't have the ability to sew them yourself, any upholstery or seamstress shop can do it for you.

                Answered on 9/6/2014 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              Are all the buckle lengths the same on the loop straps, or do they vary depending on size you order. I currently have the 6" straps and would like the buckle side shorter.
              Asked on 6/27/2014 by R from New Jersey

              5 answers

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                The buckle portion length on all sizes is the same, ~1 foot. If you don't have the ability to re-sew to shorten the length, any upholstery shop can do it for you.

                Answered on 6/28/2014 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The loop straps are all the same size. For these NRS straps, they have etched the length in the side of the buckle (as well as labelled it on the strap). I've had a few instances where I needed shorter loop straps and I just double wrap them and it works great.
                -Andrew

                Answered on 6/27/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                They seem to be the same I have 6 and 9 foot loop straps.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/27/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                All of the buckle side straps are the same length no matter which
                length loop strap you buy.

                Answered on 6/28/2014 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                They are all the same size. If you want the buckle shorter just wrap around
                the frame and through the loop twice.

                Answered on 6/28/2014 by Anonymous
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              do you sell just the loop strap with that has the cam buckle I seem to have more of the other single strap tie down. I need like 5 of them
              Asked on 6/2/2014 by nick from Lafayette, CO

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Nick, we don't sell that half. I suggest you purchase webbing and buckles and sew your own. If you don't have the machine or skills, an upholstery shop can do it for you.

                Answered on 6/2/2014 by Clyde from NRS
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              I just received these in the mail and the loops seem to be twisted. Is this normal? I would expect them to be a straight loop, but the strap is twisted. I hope this makes sense and you can tell me if I have a defective set. Thank you
              Asked on 6/26/2013 by Twisted Straps

              16 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Yes, that's the way they all look. They will work just fine.

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Yes, they come twisted.

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                That twist in intentional. It helps the strapping lay flatter when wrapped around the anchoring point.

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The twist allows them to lay flat, a girth hitch!
                Rick

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Hi,
                The loops may look twisted, but that's to ensure that they can go around
                their anchor point properly and without binding up. Here's a few
                pictures of how the loops should normally look.
                Hope this helps!
                Thomas

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Tom from Richmond, VA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The half twist seems to be the usual case with those I have purchased. I have no idea why that is.

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Desert Flute Man from Newport Beach, CA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The ones I have are like yours. I thought the same thing when I saw the first pair.
                Sent from my iPad

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I just looked. Yours are right. Once you girth hitch them to you roof rack or raft frame you will see why the are sewn that way. It allows the girth hitch to lay flat. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any follow on questions I can answer.
                Thanks
                Bill Morgan
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Billy Bob from Knoxville, TN
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                these straps do seem to have a twist to them... the in the strap is
                designed in, not a defect..when you pass the strap through the loop, if it seems
                twisted, try turning the strap over... NRS logo should be facing outside of
                wrap... hope this helps..

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Yes, straps are twisted making them stronger by changing the deflection to the stitching giving them extra strength. Hope this helps.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Your straps are made correctly. The loops will have a half-twist to help with an easy feed and a snug fit when employed.

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                This message was originally HTML formatted. View in a HTML capable client to see the original version.\r\n\r\n Once you put the buckle through the loop it will all make sense.

                Answered on 6/26/2013 by Marty from Humboldt, IA
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I just looked. Yours are right. Once you girth hitch them to you roof rack or raft frame you will see why the are sewn that way. It allows the girth hitch to lay flat. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any follow on questions I can answer.
                Thanks
                Bill Morgan
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/27/2013 by Billy Bob from Knoxville, TN
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The twisted loop fits better around whatever it is wrapped around. It looks
                weird but sits right when you use it.
                Hansel Halverson

                Answered on 6/30/2013 by Hansel from Utah
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                that's how the NRS ones come.  I think that they don's slip around as much with the twist or something like that...  Other brands don't necessarily have that twist.  Both ways work well as far as I can see but they are not defective as is

                Answered on 7/6/2013 by juan from paradise, ca
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                The ones I purchased a couple years ago were twisted also, Not sure why. Does not appear to affect any thing.

                Answered on 8/22/2013 by Anonymous
            • NRS 1" Loop Straps

              Q:

              Can you get them with the buckle on the LONG end?
              Asked on 6/12/2013 by thalweg from earth

              5 answers

              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                A 6 footer will have two pieces, one is about five feet long with a loop on one end and a free end. The other piece is about one foot long with a loop on one end and a buckle on the other. No buckle on the LONG end. You can easily modify the long end. Buckles and strap slides are available separately.

                Answered on 6/13/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                Don't think so.
                Shouldn't matter.swap ends or, if the buckle is ending up in a bad place,
                you can do an extra loop around the frame bar to change its location.
                Hope this helps.
                Cheers,
                Bill

                Answered on 6/12/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

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                I have some that I had made which have the buckle on the long end. They
                are useless. Trust me, you do NOT want the buckle on the long end.

                Answered on 6/12/2013 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                I've never seen them with the buckle on the long end.

                Answered on 6/12/2013 by Desert Flute Man from Newport Beach, CA
              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                We don't make them that way. However, it's pretty easy to buy webbing and buckles, Items 1450 and 1451, and make your own custom straps.

                Answered on 6/13/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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