Soft Shackles

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I’m on TREs site now. Are their soft shackles actually 3/4” thick? That’s amazing for the price point. I think I’m going to pick up a couple of those. Seems like a great deal.
OUT of stock.....

But yes, 3/4 inch and 40,000 lb rated. Seems like a good idea all around.
 

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OUT of stock.....

But yes, 3/4 inch and 40,000 lb rated. Seems like a good idea all around.
Dang it! Lol, figures. Oh well, back to searching for another set then.
 

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Anyone use the new "long" soft shackles that replace a tree strap? Seems to be just a longer soft shackle to go around the tree.

The benefit they claim is one less connection needed as this long soft-tree-shackle can then go right through your closed system hook. With a normal tree strap you need a shackle between it and the closed hook.

You can also use it as a normal soft shackle, just longer, or double loop it if needed. So if you carry two of those you can drop two short soft shackles and two tree straps and still have backup if one gets fubar'd.

I am always for less connection points and less shit to pack/forget before trips.

TRE makes them - so a decent brand.

https://www.tacticalrecoveryequipment.com/product-category/soft-shackles/tree-saver-soft-shackle/
That is a cool idea and I agree, less points on the line the safer it’ll be.
 

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