Green Chile Adventure Gear


ADV Sushi

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These are as handy as zip ties and duct tape.

ADV Sushi is a webbing reinforced velcro strap with integrated daisy loops. This is one of those products that you will use frequently if you have them with you.

A single strap was load tested at 200 pounds before it let go and a single strap held 50 pounds overnight with no issues. 

Do you need a custom solution quick?

Use this kit to build your custom solutions such as:

  • Construct a fuel bottle holster.
  • Use them to keep a spare tube folded neatly.
  • Roll your rain gear and use them to keep it rolled.
  • Hold your front brake while you fix a flat tire.
  • We had a customer hold his boot sole on for a hike!
  • Use them to attach your bags to your Uprising Soft Rack

The possibilities are truly endless.

This Kit Includes:

  • (4) 17.5" reinforced velcro straps.

NOTE: Fuel bottle NOT included

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
Bryan Prichard (Calgary, CA)
Loving my new Green chili gear!

These guys product is top quality. Love the attention to detail and personalized touches. Keep up the good good work Gentlemen.

Brian Mckay (Grand Rapids, US)
Impressive service!

I had some question of quality (unfounded, my mistake) and was responded to with great swiftness and with complete openness. Well done! Very impressive!

Walt Steele (Chattanooga, US)
I’ll have the sushi

You may not even think you need ADV Sushi, but you do. I put that sh*t on everything. Just last week, I strapped my rear wheel to the rail on my trailer, and strapped the stray ends of the straps to keep them tidy.

Kelly Goertzen (La Mesa, US)
Very handy

I didn’t have a specific use for these when I ordered them. Threw them in boxes for a 3 day motocamp and kept finding uses. They now live with my Rock straps ready for any use when called upon.

Ryan (Kernville, US)
ADV sushi straps

Pretty cool little straps. I haven’t used them on a trip yet but I see them being pretty handy for a lot of things.

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