$30.00 /section (25')
$30.00 /section (25')
Light, strong, secure in buckles and cams, and adds little bulk in seams. However, it is difficult to cut with scissors or rotary cutters, and a hot knife does not cut cleanly. Also, it tends to slip when sewing making clips or basting tape a necessity. My sewing skills may be the problem, but some RBTR recommended methods will help. I am using it in my current project and will use it in the future.
Thanks for your review! Make sure to always sharpen your scissors and change your rotary cutter blades, the UHMWPE can be difficult to get through. Happy Making!
This is one of the most ideal weight to strength ratio webbing I've seen. I bought it as hammock straps and they've been working tremendously. I cut the 25' length in half and then sewed a loop into one end on each cut. I use the beckett hitch knot with my continuous loop hammock ends and it's working amazingly. Gotten some good use out it already and there's hardly any wear. Thanks RSBTR!
Thanks so much, Keaton! We're glad you love it as much as we do, Happy Hammocking!
I was disappointed to see that this has been discontinued. Will there be a comparable replacement for this ultralight webbing?
Hey Erin! We are definitely not getting rid of the Venom™ UHMWPE Ultralight Webbing! It is back in stock now :)
My wife does the sewing for our DIY products. To date we have converted 2 down mummy sleeping bags into under and top quilts and currently converting a poncho liner into a spring/fall top quilt. We find it very convenient to shop RBTR. The material, and other necessary webbing and fasteners are top of the line. Very easy to order and delivered in a timely manner. Thanks for being there.
Thanks for your support Bob! We are glad to hear you and your wife have been busy planning and sewing your own projects! Let us know if you ever have any questions about future projects, we're always here to help!
It's ultralight, got a nice tight weave and rugged appearance. Great for applications that need load bearing strength, or just the lightest weight. Due to the light weight, the webbing is less rigid and more pliable than other types, so applications that have fixed length will work better that those relying on a ladderlock or adjuster. Great for webbing loops, daisy chains and handles.
Thanks for all your awesome suggestions and feedback Eric! It sounds like you've already found a lot of ways to work with the UL Venom Webbing. Keep creating!