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Webbing Types Explained

Each webbing type offers different benefits including:

+ The nylon webbing is lightweight and the same width as the webbing on the pack (20mm). This webbing will last forever and does not shrink or stretch-out no matter the conditions or use. Easily carry 50lbs on the outside of your pack with a set of nylon cargo straps!

+ The stretch webbing is a lightweight blend (30% nylon | 70% stretch) and the same width as the packs (20mm). The gray color works well with all the packs. This webbing has both benefits and caveats. The stretch will only last a season, maybe two. They are rated for 10-15lbs (as a pair) max. The benefits of the stretch allow for a pseudo-quick release option and for items that are delicate and need to be secured by not tightened down. *also available as a sternum shorty.

+ The reflective webbing is a heavyweight nylon and thinner than the pack webbing (15mm). The reflective thread works amazingly well and can be seen from a distance of 100-150 yards. Also available as a shorty*

GEN1 vs. GEN2 Buckles

YKK or Woo-Jin Buckles

If you are not sure of what gen pack you have, check the buckles. All gen1 packs  include Woo-Jin buckles as shown first.  All gen2 packs include YKK buckles.  

GEN1 PACKS | WOO-JIN BUCKLES

GEN2  PACKS | YKK BUCKLES

Delivery & Shipping

Parts and accessories are shipped 3-5 days after orders are placed.

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BUNGEE SHOCK LOOP QUICK RELEASE SNAPS

"SHOCK LOOPS" BUNGEE QUICK RELEASE:  Just like all of you I'm constantly on the hunt for accessories that make organizing easier. This little bungee quick release is called a "shock loop" and I'm super excited to share this find with all of you. The Pro Team and I have been testing these little guys for the past year and have come away impressed. While there is certainly a limited to what they can hold / support, we all agree the shock loop is a unicorn, good looking and functional and hard to live without once you get use to them hanging around.

 

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