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Country Brook Design 3/4 Inch Berry Compliant Black Nylon Bindin

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Country Brook Design 3/4 Inch Berry Compliant Black Nylon Bindin

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Berry Compliant Nylon Webbing is a lite-weight material that is strong and also flexible. It can be used in a wide variety of crafting, but is most commonly used in tactical goods. Some of the many uses of this webbing include: rucksacks, parachutes, dog collars, harnesses, military and survival utility, tent straps, and many more! Nylon is also machine washable, making it easy to take care of (Recommended to dry on low heat). Being Berry Compliant means that this was made in the U.S.A. Plus the strength of the webbing makes it great for everyday use, whether it's inside or outside!We recommend you use 3/4 Inch hardware with this nylon webbing. ( D-Rings, Buckle, Triglides etc. ) These hardware items are designed with a specific size of webbing in mind.Please note that some rolls may contain factory splices. If 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 Design 3/4 Inch Berry Compliant Black Nylon Bindin

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