Bungies have their place, but for serious cargo hauling cams straps are indispensable – we use these regularly to deliver 70+ lb boxes to our shipping carrier.
The harder you pull, the harder the steel buckle bites into the strap. You can tension it as little or as much as you want, giving you the peace of mind that your load isn’t going to shift unpredicatably. It holds tension with amazing strength. Check out the “don’t try this in your home forest” moment below!
Cam straps are awesome problem solvers.
When using a cam strap, try to find the Shortest Path around the object you’re securing. A diagonal path may shift or spin your load or loosen along the way. See below.
Cam straps are great for gusto. Note one in action below as crew member Pastana ropes a stray goat at our 2010 Earth Day concert at USF.
In order to use these straps most effectively, you need to keep them coiled neatly, ready for use, not jumbled up in your bag!
See how to coil a cam strap in this video:
Silver heavy duty nylon strapping with a reflective badge for night time visibility and steel cam buckle made to last. Available in 1 meter for small loads or 3 meters for big stuff.
- Two Cam Straps