Webbing is a strong fabric woven as a flat strip or tube of varying width, often used for straps or in place of rope. It is a versatile component used in climbing, slack lining, furniture manufacturing,  pet products, belts, automobile safety, auto racing, towing, parachuting, military apparel, and many other fields.

Flat Nylon WebbingSublimated Tubular Polyester WebbingPatterned Polyester WebbingPolyester Seatbelt WebbingSublimated Solid Color Polyester WebbingPolypropylene Webbing

Strapworks offers several different types of webbing, depending on your needs.

Webbing Options:

Polyester Webbing Polyester is our strongest webbing, with a breaking strength between 3,500lbs and 10,000 lbs.  This webbing is great for tie downs because it has excellent abrasion resistance, low stretch, and does not absorb water quickly, making it rot and mildew resistant.  We can even customize this webbing with your own pattern or logo, and we require no minimum orders, so you can order any length, size, or color you need!
Flat Nylon Webbing Flat Nylon webbing has a smooth feel, is strong, and has 5x the abrasion resistance of heavyweight polypropylene.  Our flat nylon is commonly referred to as "pet quality".  Nylon can absorb moisture, and may stretch up to 2% of the overall length over time.  These straps should be hung so they can air dry to avoid mold or mildew.
Polypropylene Webbing Polypropylene webbing is a strong, durable material that can be used for a number of different applications including textiles, such as our heavy weight polypropylene and lightweight polypropylene webbing.  It is a very light weight material that does not absorb water, so it floats, and is resistant to rot and mildew, making it an ideal choice for use in water sports such as rafting or kayaking.  Polypropylene webbing also comes in a wide range of colors, and since the dye is added during the manufacturing process, it is also colorfast.

Tubular nylon webbing or strapping has a nice smooth feel, so using it to cover tubing, metal hardware, plastic hardware, rope or elastic can help keep your hands from aching, cramping, or getting raw.  Some people use it in place of rope, because tubular nylon does not fray like rope or polypropylene webbing.  Tubular nylon webbing is sometimes used in rock climbing and mountaineering because  it is very strong, abrasion resistant, and takes a knot without pinching.

Our tubular polyester webbing is available in different patterns and solid colors.  It is available in both solid colors and patterns as well.  We are also able to customize this webbing.