- 100% Nylon
- 1 inch wide
- 4,900 lbs average tensile strength
- Approximately 0.071 inch or 1.82mm thick
- Some rolls may contain factory splices. If you need a continuous roll let us know.
____Description: Country Brook Design’s climbing spec tubular nylon webbing is perfect for any adventurous soul who seeks to go rock climbing. This tubular webbing naturally ‘rolls’ around rocks avoiding cuts, and abrasions unlike the traditional nylon webbing that easily can get caught and snagged on any kind of rough or disheveled rock. Made with the climber’s safety in mind, this tubular webbing is a premium grade climbing spec webbing that is over 600 pounds stronger than the top leading brands for climbing enthusiast. This climbing spec tubular is perfect for anyone, no matter how big or small, who seeks that crazy adrenaline rush that only rock climbing can bring. Warning: Climbing is inherently dangerous. The equipment descriptions here are not meant to be an instructional booklet. Anyone using this gear is personally responsible for learning the proper techniques. All equipment specifications are from the manufacturers. Improper use or misuse increases risk of injury, paralysis, and death. For proper instructions on use, consult a climbing reference guide. ____Notes on Use: It is best to use 1 inch hardware with this webbing. D-rings, buckle, triglides etc. are sized by the webbing or straps they are meant to be used with. Tensile strength is the average breaking point under good conditions at the factory. We recommend that you use no more than 25% of the tensile strength of any webbing. Country Brook Design cannot be held responsible for misuse of our product. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine the suitability of the product for their use. Some rolls may contain factory splices. If you need a continuous roll let us know. This heavy-weight material is stronger than polypropylene webbing, but can be used in most of the same applications, including: (Sheath for tubing, metal hardware, rope, and elastic) (Rafting & kayaking) (Mountain and rock climbing) (Hiking)