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End Fittings & Accessories for Webbing

End Fittings & Accessories for Webbing

Assemble your own tie-down straps by attaching these buckles, end fittings, or ratchets to webbing.

Side-Squeeze Buckles

Make a strap assembly with these side-squeeze buckles for an easy connect-and-release tie-down. Just feed each end of the webbing through the buckle's slots, push the buckle ends together to connect, and squeeze the sides of the buckle to release.


Slip Locks

Complement your slide buckle tie-downs with these slip locks, which allow you to create snug loops without having to sew the webbing together.

Black Powder-Coated Steel


Slide Buckles

Feed webbing through the slots on these slide buckles to create a tie-down that cinches by lifting and pulling on the strap. Must be used with slip locks.


Anchor Plates

Install these anchor plates to flat surfaces to create anchor points for tie-down straps. Anchor plates are ideal for use with strapping without hardware on the end, and threads through the slot for a secure hold.

Nickel-Plated Steel

Stainless Steel

Cam Buckles

Add a cam buckle to your webbing to make a strap that is suitable for light- to medium-sized loads. Because straps with cam buckles are hand tightened, they are less susceptible to over-tightening than those with ratchet mechanisms.




Attach a ratchet mechanism to your webbing for a super-tight strap that is easy to use. Simply thread the webbing through the fitting, then crank the fitting until the webbing reaches the proper tension. They are typically used with heavy duty loads that aren't susceptible to crushing or marring.



Cam Hooks

Create a knot-free tie-down for bundling objects and securing light loads using these cam hooks. Just attach the cam hook to a D-ring, cord, or another hook, feed the cord through the cam, and pull until the cam locks in place at the desired tightness.


Nylon/Stainless Steel


Rope Tighteners

Keep these rope tighteners handy for bundling difficult items or securing oddly shaped loads. Simply feed the rope through the eyelet, pull to the desired tightness, and lock in place by wedging the rope into the serrated jaw. They replace a traditional knot for a tight hold.