Redback Buckles Stay Closed

There are a lot of performance differences between Redback Strapping and other woven and composite strapping we see on the market. So today I’m here with the founder of Redback to discuss one of the major problems we see on the market.

We hear many prospects complain about competitor straps slipping out of their buckles or buckles opening or straps stretching and becoming loose, and quite frankly, Redback Straps just don’t have these problems.

That’s right. I have 22 years of experience in this industry. So Redback Strapping has been designed to have some of the lowest elongation. And our weave patterns, coatings and buckle geometry work together to keep Redback Strapping tight and secure. To demonstrate this. Take a look at this video footage from Pack Expo.

Here we are at the Redback trade show crate. It shipped all the way from Seattle to Chicago. And you can see that the straps are secure and the buckles are fully closed.

Okay, that looks great. We had a fantastic show. I personally strapped up the crate before its return journey to our warehouse. It’s been two and a half months after traveling more than 2000 miles, and the straps remain as tight and secure as when we left the show in Chicago.

That’s the way it’s designed to work. If you’re looking to keep your strapping tight and secure, give us a call or check us out on the web at Redback.com.

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