1″ Spider/Poly Webbing (25 Feet)

$10.00

MYG designed this webbing and it is specially made for us. This is a 1 inch UHMWPE and polypropylene mixed webbing which is what gives it the cool look. We’ve designed this webbing to be a lighter weight alternative to regular polyester webbing but still work with buckles unlike kevlar webbing. This is a great middle ground when it comes to webbings.

weight: 132.5 g

Description

MYG designed this webbing and it is specially made for us. This is a 1 inch UHMWPE and polypropylene mixed webbing which is what gives it the cool look. We’ve designed this webbing to be a lighter weight alternative to regular polyester webbing but still work with buckles unlike kevlar webbing. This is a great middle ground when it comes to webbings. The key features of this webbing are that it weighs less than polyester webbing, has very low stretch and it works perfect with cinch buckles, spiders, Dutch buckles, etc.

QTY of 1 equals 25ft. If you order more than 1 unit it will come in one continuous piece, for example 3 units would be a 75′ roll of webbing.

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

Specs
  • Dimensions 1″ wide
  • Weight 5.3g per foot
  • Materials UHMWPE /Polypropelene
  • Common Uses tree straps, tree huggers

Additional information

Weight132.5 g
Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in
SKUSOV004

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  1. Question

    Admin CharlieSmith

    What’s the break strength of this webbing?

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      This webbing is rated for up to 1500 pounds. Thanks!

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    Admin CharlesBuckingham

    Can this be sewn in the same way as the polyester webbing? Does it require a different thread or technique?

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      It can be sewn the same way.

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    Kevin Butler

    Will this withstand being tied in a knot for an end loop?

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      Carolyn

      Carolyn

      yes

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  4. Grams8

    Another great product

    Grams8 (verified owner)

    I bought 75ft of the Spider/Poly to make up some tree straps. It’s fantastic stuff to work with. It has a nice tight weave but is very pliant. It cuts easily with a sharp rotary cutter and the mix of polypro and Dyneema melts nicely at the cut end for a neat finish. I used V69 thread, a regular domestic machine with a ball point needle and sewing was no problem. Some of the finished straps I’m going to use with my Beetle Buckles. I can’t see the Beetle Buckles coming off accidentally but just in case I folded back the last inch of the webbing on itself and plain stitched close to the fold to create a flap, like the ones you often see on the hip belts of packs. You can still thread the doubled-over flap through the buckle to install/uninstall but it’s just an extra bit of security for my bling!

    UPDATE Oct 2020: 6 months on and these Spider/Poly straps have performed brilliantly. I made a pair that are 130″ long and occasionally I’m left with a long tail. Borrowing another idea from belts and harnesses, a couple of months ago I added a 3/4 inch wide elasticated band loop to each strap to tidy up the excess strap. I leave the band near the Beetle Buckle, adjust the strap length as normal then just slide the elasticated band up to the sewn tab and the straps look really neat and tidy. 1g for the pair, hope those two borrowed ideas help someone!

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