MIL-SPEC Nylon Webbing - Ripstop by the Roll

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MIL-SPEC Nylon Webbing

$4.00 /section
  • MIL-SPEC nylon webbing. This is a mid-weight, non-load bearing webbing perfect for backpack strapping. Also great for heavy duty tie-outs, pack loops, compression straps, carrying slings, etc.

    This webbing is Made in the USA and certified Berry amendment compliant

    *Note:  sold in pre-cut 10 foot sections. Enter a qty of "1" for a single 10' section, "2" for two separate 10' pieces, etc. 

    IMPORTANT - If you're ordering multiple sections and need a single continuous piece, please  put a note on your order and we'll cut it continuous (* 100 ft max continuous cut). 

  • Product Details
    Color Black
    Material Nylon
    Width 3/4", 1", 2"
    Break strength Non-load bearing
    Weight 3.9 grams/ft, 4.5 grams/ft, 11.2 grams/ft

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Milspec webbing

Although it's extremely durable and of high quality, it's still very soft and flexible. I can't source anything better for my projects for any other vendor.

Thanks for the kind words, CT. We always try to source the highest quality products we can because the resulting product benefits greatly from that. Feel free to shoot us a message at any time with questions.
Does the job

I didn’t strength test it and I hope I never do but it works great for tensioners on my pyramid tent.

Thanks Jon. Hope everything works out well for you. If it doesn't, reach out to us.
Good quality, but a little thin

Good quality and plenty strong. But a little thin. Too thin to hold properly (via friction) in some existing buckles I am using.

Would recommend using buckles endorsed by RBTR, or testing the fit on an existing buckle before committing.

Thanks for the comments, Daniel! We can't test our webbing with other buckles, but we do know that it works well with the buckles we offer. Let us know if you need anything.
Great webbing easy to work

Great webbing easy to work with

DIY Tarp

Use this webbing to hold D rings onto the ridgeline of my MYOG ultralight tarp (modeled after Joe Brewer's design). Really like it!

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