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Green Chile Adventure Gear


Cam Buckle Tension Loop

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The tension system integrated in this loop is a Green Chile innovation. Our elastics are custom woven inside tubular nylon webbing. This gives you all of the advantages of adding tension to a strap while maintaining the full strength of nylon webbing. You can add our cam buckle tension loop to any 1" flat webbing system and have an instant upgrade. 

Construction Features

  • Heavy Duty Cam Buckle rated for 2000 pound load capacity
  • Heavy Duty Rectangle Ring to assist in managing slack in the webbing
  • Climb-spec tubular nylon webbing body

Patent Pending

As always, every product comes with our Hardcore Warranty and Raving Fan Guarantee

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Cliff N. (Los Angeles, US)
Overbuilt luggage to rack slings

I am using these to stabilize R-40 panniers to the legs of my rack. The tensioning action of the straps seems proportional to the load, and helps snug the luggage in tightly, eliminating most movement. The webbing and buckle are probably way over-rated for this application -- they are not going to break. Protect from heat and road rash, and tie up your loose ends and keep them out of the chain & spokes, duh!

Mike Smith (Kansas City, US)
Green Chili straps rock!

These straps are nice..heavy duty webbing and buckles. I use them to hold gear on the back of the back rack of my subaru..I'll be using them to pack gear on my Harley and lawn mower trailer also. I'll be getting more of these!

Paul Fultz (Rosenberg, US)

Cam Buckle Tension Loop

AdvMoto1 (Springfield, US)
Cam Buckle Tension Loop

Accessory applies tension to midpoint of the straps securing the load. Good to have in your kit.

Renato Coloso (Orlando, US)
Great product at a reasonable price

It works really well for securing bags to the motorcycle. With all the different possible combinations, you can customize it to fit your needs. I would definitely recommend their many products.

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