Giantloop Pronghorn Straps

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Giantloop Pronghorn Straps
Giantloop Pronghorn Straps

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Every motorcyclist needs a handful of these multi-purpose, stretch polyurethane straps with virtually unbreakable fasteners
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Every motorcyclist needs a handful of these multi-purpose, stretch polyurethane straps with virtually unbreakable fasteners. You’ll find a million uses for these quick, solid, tough straps. We’ve been using them for years to secure everything from luggage to water and fuel bottles to our Bushwackers Hand Guards.

Sold in packages of 2, available in three color-coded lengths with Giant Loop’s iconic cow skull graphic and our design mantra: “Go Light. Go Fast. Go Far.”

Named for the Pronghorn (often called an antelope, which is an African animal and not related to the American Pronghorn) indigenous to the American West, fast, tough and able to withstand the harsh environments of the Great Basin.

 

The 16" straps are grey

The 20" straps are orange

The 26" straps are red.

 

PRONGHORN STRAPS – SPECS & FEATURES


• super tough stretch polyurethane
• unbreakable unfastener
• adjustable from 4″ to 26″
• width 3/4″
• Made in Canada

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Could you secure a pronghorn most likely Review by Phill
Could you secure a pronghorn most likely " by , written on 2 May 2017
There good softish stretchable don't mark anything delicate , and safe they won't take an eye out . Could be cheaper could do all three lengths for a bargain price would I get more . Yes would I recommend yes End of
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5 out of 5
There good softish stretchable don't mark anything delicate , and safe they won't take an eye out . Could be cheaper could do all three lengths for a bargain price would I get more . Yes would I recommend yes End of (Posted on 02/05/2017)
The uses are limitless for these ingenious feats of engineering Review by Two Wheeled Nomad
The uses are limitless for these ingenious feats of engineering" by , written on 18 September 2016
A complete convert from the outset, every motorcyclist would benefit from a handful of these straps. Aptly named after the Pronghorn (an antelope), which is fast, tough and able to withstand harsh environments.

The uses of these straps are practically limitless, not to mention stunning in their simplicity. Whether I'm tying down my big roll bag to the back of my bike; attaching a bag of groceries or gallon of fresh water; securing a fuel bottle; a camera tripod; or a pair of 4 foot long caribou antlers Jason found on the Dempster Highway in Canada, the straps are up to the job. I sometimes use them to cinch the bottom of my motorcycle pant, preventing icy draughts from racing up my leg in cold weather. They work a charm!

I haven’t done so yet but you could also use them in myriad different ways (a million according to Giant Loop): to splint an injury, secure a head torch to a clear bottle of water for a stronger light at night, or use as a quick fix should something break like the sole of your boot, an overstuffed pannier, fender pack or tool tube.

Simply—they’re quick and easy to use, durable and strong, as much as they’re reusable, lightweight and multipurpose.

Pros
• Tough stretch polyurethane
• Indestructible fastener
• Quick release buckle
• Scratch resistant
• Adjustable from 4” to 26” colour coded lengths
Overall rating
5 out of 5
A complete convert from the outset, every motorcyclist would benefit from a handful of these straps. Aptly named after the Pronghorn (an antelope), which is fast, tough and able to withstand harsh environments.

The uses of these straps are practically limitless, not to mention stunning in their simplicity. Whether I'm tying down my big roll bag to the back of my bike; attaching a bag of groceries or gallon of fresh water; securing a fuel bottle; a camera tripod; or a pair of 4 foot long caribou antlers Jason found on the Dempster Highway in Canada, the straps are up to the job. I sometimes use them to cinch the bottom of my motorcycle pant, preventing icy draughts from racing up my leg in cold weather. They work a charm!

I haven’t done so yet but you could also use them in myriad different ways (a million according to Giant Loop): to splint an injury, secure a head torch to a clear bottle of water for a stronger light at night, or use as a quick fix should something break like the sole of your boot, an overstuffed pannier, fender pack or tool tube.

Simply—they’re quick and easy to use, durable and strong, as much as they’re reusable, lightweight and multipurpose.

Pros
• Tough stretch polyurethane
• Indestructible fastener
• Quick release buckle
• Scratch resistant
• Adjustable from 4” to 26” colour coded lengths (Posted on 18/09/2016)
trick but short Review by RedLemon
trick but short" by , written on 24 November 2015
clever, light, strong, well made, but would be a very much more useful product if they were long enough to actually go around anything i might want to carry without joining two straps together.
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3 out of 5
clever, light, strong, well made, but would be a very much more useful product if they were long enough to actually go around anything i might want to carry without joining two straps together. (Posted on 24/11/2015)

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