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Padded "Strap Wraps" coming soon!
I get plenty of people asking if they could have an extra shoulder strap or some of the straps that I include with our EDC Belts or the G-2. I've also had similar requests for Belt Keepers with attachment points. So, if you want an extra shoulder strap, need some additional gear straps, want to make your own gear straps sized to your demands, or would like to attach/hang gear from your belt, then this page is for you!
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Combined with one of our Strap Kits, our Shoulder Straps can be attached to the G-1 or G-2 Gear Roll, a bedroll, tarp, jacket, etc... to provide more light weight/minimalist over the shoulder carrying configurations. Add a Strap Wrap for extra comfort and keep hiking! These are the same Shoulder Straps that come standard with every "Mother" and Scout carrier. The strap itself is 1.5" that reduces down to 1" webbing where you make the longer/shorter adjustments.
Our "Standard" Gear Strap Kit consists of: 2 each 24" "Docking straps" with fast tec buckles; 2 ea 24" "Cargo" straps with ladder locs; 2 ea 7" "Jump" straps with a male and a female end; 2 male, 2 sets extra/loose fast tec buckles (2 male buckles, 2 female buckles) and two 14" pieces of "shock cord" with cord locks.
The "DIY" Gear Strap Kit consists of 4 yds (144") of 1" nylon webbing, uncut (this is the same Mil-Spec 17337 webbing I use on most of my products); 6 Male fast tec buckles, 6 female fast tec buckles and 10 tri-glides. This kit gives you plenty of buckle options and a means to create/secure the webbing so you can build your own straps to the exact size and male or female connection you want!
The Universal Belt Keeper, UBK, will fit any 1.5" or 1.75" belt. These keepers have a D-Ring on the bottom where you can attach/clip gear such as gloves, emergency whistle, knife sheath, eye/ear protection, phone mount, etc...
Our Shoulder Straps, Gear Strap Kits and UBK's are made from:
MilSpec webbing and plastics
DOT Fastener snaps
*I recommend using a heat knife when cutting your own webbing. In the absence of a heat knife, use a lighter or other heat source to "cauterize" the cut/frayed end of the webbing to help prevent future fraying. Just like 550 Paracord, the ends will be hot and can stick to your skin. So, use some combat patience and let it cool down or press it against a hard surface other than your skin... I'm not responsible if you cannot figure this out, lol!