____Description: Nylon webbing or strapping is woven specifically for strength, durability, comfort, safety and dependability. Top-rated by do-it-yourself folks, nylon webbing material can be used to construct anything from a puppyâ€TMs collar to a sturdy tow rope or tie-down. Itâ€TMs machine-washable, dryer safe (on low heat), comfortable even to sensitive skin, colorfast in water but not fadeproof, and versatile enough to earn the name â€œutility strap.â€ That means a lot on the ground, in the water and in the air! If you need to suspend, tie down, attach, secure, carry, bundle, tether, or just keep within reach â€¦ youâ€TMll find our resilient nylon webbing right for the job. Country Brook DesignÂ® Nylon Webbing comes in a array of beautiful colors, so you can go with a basic or an eye-catching color for any project. ____Notes On Use: Nylon webbing is great for: (Animal Collars and Leashes) (Tow Ropes) (Electronic Equipment Wrist Tethers) (Neck Straps for Binocs or Cameras) (Climbing Harnesses, Slings, and Runners) (Furniture Manufacturing or Repair) (Military and Survival Utility) (Camping and Hiking) (Tie Downs, Cargo Straps, Cargo Nets) (Bag Handles, Over-the-Shoulder Straps) (Custom-made Tack) (Boat Rigging) (Slacklining) (Belts, Suspenders, and Back Braces) (Parachuting) (Simple Slings)We recommend you use 1″ (D-Rings, Buckles, Triglides etc.) hardware with this nylon webbing. These hardware items are designed specifically for this size of webbing. Please note that some rolls may contain factory splices so you need a continuous roll without splices, please let us know. Tensile strength is the average breaking point under good conditions at the factory. We strongly recommend that you use no more than 50% of the tensile strength of any webbing. Country Brook DesignÂ® cannot be held responsible for misuse of our product. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine the suitability of the product for their use.
Made in the U.S.A.
Thickness: Approximately .071″ or 1.80mm
Tensile Strength: 4,200 lbs
Melting Point: 385 degrees Fahrenheit