The use of webbing by military forces has been long established since the first roll was produced. In the field soldiers will always have a need to tie down gear, repair broken straps, rig equipment, and more. Webbing is densely woven for strength, durability, and versatility that rope is not able to achieve and also provides a flat profile.
With these significant advantages, more often than not webbing is vastly superior to rope for tasks both in the field and back at base. We have seen where soldiers have wrapped webbing around knives and rifle hand guards for an improved grip surface. You will find that once you own a roll of webbing, the amount of uses you find will grow over time and you'll begin to wonder how you lived without it.
|Manufacturer||Swedish Army Surplus|
When compared to other webbing material for value- this can't be beat. Strong and easy to work with.
As mentioned by everyone reviewing this nylon military grade webbing, your imagination is the only limiting factor in utilizing over 150 ft of 1 inch webbing.
Great value for the money. KS did well on this product!
There are so many uses for this high quality constructed webbing that it's not even funny. You're only limited by your imagination.
This stuff is very tough, strong webbing, effect for a myriad of applications for anyone who has ingenuity and is
This seems to be high quality nylon webbing at a great price. Whether adding buckles to make belts or straps or making belt danglers or anything a strong, relatively narrow webbing will fit, this is a great price. I generally use a Speedy Stitcher but I a strong machine could probably handle it. An awl will open a hole big enough for a copper rivet. If you want a super strong ridgeline under a tarp this would work, although a bit bulky to pack. Use your imagination!
This stuff is excellent for repairing busted airsoft rigs. With a few metal components you could even build a custom rig. It's strong and sturdy, and the price is right.
I never paid my attention in math or I would have known that 50 meters is really 164 feet .wow , Now what to with the other 114 feet I didn't plan on. I bought paracord buckles and made equipment lashing straps that I gave to my friends. With some I bought plastic slides and made slings, several I attached some old duffle bag clips and made carriers for ammo cans. All in all I got a lot of use out of that roll... Thanks KS for another great value
Exactly what I was looking for. So many uses around the farm , home , and camp.