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Equinox Lash Straps - 24" Backpacking Accessory Item # EQX224
$2.50
$2.50

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Built to last, Equinox Lash Straps - 24" are valuable accessories for attaching additional gear to the outside of your backpack or compressing items stored inside your pack. Made of ultra-durable polypropylene and featuring a duckbill ladderlock.
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Built to last, Equinox Lash Straps - 24" are valuable accessories for attaching additional gear to the outside of your backpack or compressing items stored inside your pack. Made of ultra-durable, heavyweight polypropylene, Lash Straps - 24" use a simple duckbill ladderlock for easy use and a confident, secure grip.

Equinox Lash Straps - 24" are sold in pairs.

  • Made of ultra durable, heavyweight polypropylene fabric.
  • Duckbill ladderlock buckle system.
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6 Item(s)

Likes: Strap material and buckle. These are well designed and well made straps.

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Jack A. - November 21, 2012

Likes: The do what straps are supposed to do -- hold stuff together and to my pack.

Dislikes: no complaints.

Reviewed by David W. - May 20, 2012

Likes: strong; easy to clip; easy to adjust the size

Dislikes: not many uses for this size; almost too small; get a bigger size

Reviewed by Cathy A P. - August 14, 2011

Likes: Made in USA

Dislikes: NA

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - May 24, 2010

Likes: These straps are wider and heavier duty than the common coghlan straps. I use em for strapping a camp chair to my pack. The straps stay cinched.

Dislikes: It is difficult to know what length strap equals what diameter in use. It would be a help in descriptions.

Reviewed by Will G. - April 15, 2010

Likes: very easy to use, good quality, fit well with backpack I'm using them with.

Dislikes: nothing :)

Reviewed by Sarah T. - March 18, 2009