Created from woven fibers, polypropylene is a soft and flexible fabric. Great for outdoor applications due to its waterproof properties, polypro webbing is an essential go to for light- duty strapping needs. Constructed using thermoplastic resins, this webbing is also mildew and UV ray resistant. Polypropylene webbing won’t stretch like nylon webbing can, and is more resistant to acid, alkaline, oil and grease. Seen as a more economical alternative to nylon fabric, polypro webbing is a reasonable option when doing projects. Its multi-use functionality makes it versatile enough to be used in a multitude of applications. It is best to use 3/4″ hardware with this polypropylene webbing. D-rings, buckles, triglides etc. are sized by the webbing or straps they are meant to be used with. Some rolls may contain factory splices. If you need a continuous roll let us know. This polypropylene webbing has a tensile strength up to 450 lbs, but keep in mind that tensile strength is the average breaking point under good conditions at the factory. We recommend that you use no more than 50% of the tensile strength of any webbing. Lightweight polypropylene webbing is a multi-purpose product and is commonly used in making: Bags, luggage, backpacks & tote bags, sporting goods, tents, sleeping bags, life jackets, underwater diving gear, personal flotation devices, fashion belts, apparel, shoes, children’s products, general purpose straps, and even medical equipment.
25 YARDS | 3/4 INCH WIDTH | Available in multiple yardages, ensuring you’ll get the length you need.
WATERPROOF | UV RESISTANT | MILDEW PROOF | Created from thermoplastic resins, it is ideal for outdoor applications.
LIGHTWEIGHT | Versatile and lightweight, but durable enough for your light-duty applications! Please note that some rolls may contain factory splices. If you need a continuous roll without splices, please let us know.
FUNCTIONAL | Soft to the touch, this polypro webbing is easy to work with and flexible.
450 LB TENSILE STRENGTH | This polypropylene webbing has a tensile strength up to 450 lbs, but keep in mind that tensile strength is the average breaking point under good conditions at the factory. We recommend that you use no more than 50% of the tensile strength of any webbing.