Nylon, Polypropylene and Cotton Webbing
These are the most common types of webbing in use, today
Webbing is a strong fabric woven as a flat strip of varying width and fibers and sometimes is used in place of rope. The name webbing comes from the meshed material frequently used in its construction, which resembles a web. Some people call it strapping. If cut with a hot knife, the Nylon and Polypropylene webbing will not fray. For more information, here is what Wikipedia has to say about the various kinds of webbing Wikipedia article on Webbing
- Cotton Webbing
For those applications where a natural fiber is a must.
- Nylon Webbing
used where strength is a key factor. Use for bimini straps, jacklines, luggage, camping gear, seatbelts and many other applications. Available in Black or White.
- Polypropylene Webbing
A highly durable webbing available in 12 colors and three sizes. It has a wide variety of aplications with some common uses seen in: tote bags, luggage, backpacks, pocket books, items for dogs, cats, horses...anywhere the need for strong webbing exists. Sometimes used to reinforce the fly of a flag. Sold by the foot or order a 100 yard roll for a substantial savings.
- Pet Leash Webbing
Strong nylon webbing for dog and cat leashes and harnesses.
For all the fittings (slides, buckles, clips and hooks) that go on webbing, Click on Webbing Notions
or Pet Hardware