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Old 05-02-2016   #1
 
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Cam Strap Deals

Anyone know of a good place to get good & cheap cam straps of various lengths?

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Yep.... Grab Bag of Cam Straps | Salamander Paddle Gear

People seem to like them and its a good deal for a load of straps.
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Rafting Guide's Strap Kit I have this kit and they work pretty well, I'm on my 3rd season with some minor fraying. I bought some loops straps and raw strap material too, well worth it in my opinion.
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Yep.... Grab Bag of Cam Straps | Salamander Paddle Gear



People seem to like them and its a good deal for a load of straps.

I second the Salamander grab bag. Use them for everything and holding up great.


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Strapworks.com has a wide variety of straps and will also make anything you want. All my straps are tye dye so rounding them up at the end of a trip is super easy. They also have a river package online that is very reasonable and will get you everything you need!


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I got the Salamander grab bag and was very happy. I'll probably get another, it's so cheap. FYI: they are made from left over webbing from custom orders, so they all say things like "Larry's Canoe Adventures" and things like that. They don't bother me in the least, and make it easy to figure out which are yours at the end of the trip. No one else claims Larry's straps.
All the buckles are stamped with the lengths of the strap.
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I got the Salamander grab bag and was very happy. I'll probably get another, it's so cheap. FYI: they are made from left over webbing from custom orders, so they all say things like "Larry's Canoe Adventures" and things like that. They don't bother me in the least, and make it easy to figure out which are yours at the end of the trip. No one else claims Larry's straps.
All the buckles are stamped with the lengths of the strap.
Yep, just received a grab bag from Salamander that I ordered due to the recs on The Buzz. Ordered on a Wednesday afternoon, received the following Monday. They come in a usable mesh bag as well. Well worth the $30, including shipping.

One of my straps has a local shop on it...yes, I'm in Indiana.

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I got a Potomac paddle sports strap from salamander, it's like they knew I was from Maryland.
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