Polyester webbing has a soft touch, yet is quite strong with a tensile strength of 6,000 pounds at 1
inch width. It is stronger than nylon webbing, but is less expensive and will not stretch. UV, rot, and mildew resistance makes this webbing perfect for prolonged outdoor use
and our best selling webbing.
Nylon webbing is silky smooth to the touch and has an above average resistance to abrasion and mildew.
Nylon will absorb water which makes it unsuited for nautical use. Nylon is incredibly durable,
retaining a longer field life than polypropylene webbing.
Polypropylene webbing is a cost-effective, yet versatile material. It possesses excellent resistance
to mildew, acids, oils, and grease. It is perfect for nautical use as it will not absorb water and even floats. Stretch resistance allows it to retain its shape under stress.
Kevlar™ webbing is a super material with a superior strength to weight ratio. It is safe for use in temperatures up to 400ºF making it perfect for use near hot machinery or engines. Meets or exceeds the standards of the
NFPA 1971/1981 Heat Test and NFPA 1971/1981 Flame Test. Additionally, its extreme abrasion resistance
will allow it to stand up to even the most rough conditions.