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1/2″ Kevlar® Webbing (by the Foot)

$0.90

Kevlar® 1/2″ Webbing has a 550 pound breaking strength and weighs just 0.6 grams per foot. The weave on this webbing is extremely tight compared to other webbings. It has almost no stretch and doesn’t absorb much water.

Specs
  • Dimensions: 1/2″ wide
  • Weight: 0.6 grams per foot
  • Materials: Kevlar®

279 in stock

weight: 0.6 g

Description

Kevlar® 1/2″ Webbing has a 550 pound breaking strength and weighs 0.6 grams per foot. The weave on this webbing is extremely tight compared to other webbing. It has almost no stretch and absorbs very little water. This webbing is extremely resistant to friction and heat and starts to decompose at 800 degrees Fahrenheit and can handle temperatures of less than -320 degree Fahrenheit. Kevlar is affected by UV light and after 450 hours of direct sunlight it can turn brown and lose up to 50% of its breaking strength.

*Kevlar webbing is not recommended for a permanent hammock suspension as it is UV sensitive*

*All Specs are estimates and may vary from color to color and batch to batch.

Specs
  • Dimensions: 1/2″ wide
  • Weight: 0.6 grams per foot
  • Materials: Kevlar®
  • Sold by the foot

Additional information

Weight 0.6 g
SKU BAL007

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  1. Roaming Gnome (Gary)

    4 out of 5

    Roaming Gnome (Gary)

    I purchased a pair to test and possibly use during next years thru-hike of the AT.

    I purchased a pair to test and possibly use during next years thru-hike of the AT. The weight savings is too good to pass up.

    Dutch has a disclaimer that the 2.2 and the 3.3 have not tested well with cinch buckles. My first impression of course is that they are extremely light. Although Kevlar is very strong you must be gentle with these since they are so thin. I’m sure that if you rubbed these up and down tree bark it would cause a snap which may weaken them. I tried my best to make these straps fail with my titanium cinch buckles and couldn’t. I carefully fed them through the buckles making sure that the material was flat again the two points. Like I said, I tried my best to make them fail but couldn’t.

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  2. Aldous

    5 out of 5

    Aldous

    The Kevlar webbing is exactly as described.

    The Kevlar webbing is exactly as described. I ordered several items from Dutchware and received excellent quality items, shipped extremely fast with excellent customer service at better prices than other places. I will be s repeat customer for sure. Thank you Dutch.

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  3. Thomas Spencer

    5 out of 5

    Thomas Spencer

    I got the roll to cut in half and make two diy tree straps.

    I got the roll to cut in half and make two diy tree straps. I made a larks head knot at each end. Kevlar does not melt, it burns. So you will have to use super glue on the ends to make sure it doesn’t fray. Kevlar has two other issues. It has the ability to cut through itself, and will degrade over time when exposed to UV. However, I have not experienced this yet. Shipping was fast and the price and quality is superb. It was exactly what I was lookin for. Thanks Dutch!

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