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Sea to Summit Stretch-Loc Strap - 2 Pk.
Stretch-Loc straps can secure almost any item. Whether you’re perfecting your bikepacking rig, securing SUP paddles to roof racks, or simply anticipating unforeseen backcountry incidents, they will become an integral part of adventure preparation.
Stretch-Loc straps are made of tough, stretchy TPU with co-molded acetal buckles. Simply wrap the super tough TPU strap around whatever you’re fastening together and lock it in place with the easy-to-use buckle. Any excess strap will lie flat against the loop, conveniently out of the way. The unique slimline Keeper Strap creates extra grip that further strengthens the hold - allowing you to lash difficult items together securely. It also provides cushioning between items prone to damage.
- Grippy and stretchy TPU material prevents secured items from slipping
- Adjustable, strong and secure straps with positive, non-slip buckle
- Easy and fast to tension and securely lock in place
- TPU Keeper Strap attaches Stretch-Loc to support and provides grippy, cushioning surface
- Keeper Strap protects items from scratching and retains excess strap
- Two or more straps can be joined to increase length
- Color: Yellow
- Diameter range: 1.1-3.0"
- Weight: 0.5 oz.
- Diameter range: 1.1-4.9"
- Weight: 0.6 oz.
For this trip, in 1990, Tim swam in India's Bay of Bengal and then set off on foot across the Gangetic plain toward the distant Himalayan foothills and four months later, set foot once again on the highest point on earth. Tim's solo ascent of Mt. Everest was named the "Sea to Summit" expedition.
Back in Australia, he joined forces with friend Roland Tyson to build a business that could make use of their knowledge of the outdoors to create truly ingenious, well-made but affordable outdoor equipment. They named their company Sea to Summit® after Tim's expedition and the business prospered. Today the Sea to Summit brand continues to provide innovative gear and serves a growing band of outdoor enthusiasts all over the world.