Sometimes spelled bungy cord, bunji cord, bungi cord, or even bungie cords, rubber bungee cords are one of the most useful pieces of equipment you can have on hand. Bungee straps combine a rubber cord core inside, surrounded by a polyurethane jacket, with hooks on each end. Bungee cords are measured from the ends of the hooks.
The simple design combining stretch, strength and attachment points is what makes them so versatile:
-Tie-down nearly any type of cargo to a trailer, truck, rooftop car carrier, RV, etc.
-Attach tarp over cargo.
-Secure specialized gear like tool boxes, camping supplies, sports equipment, etc. to work vehicles, campers, boats, etc.
-Bundle items together such as lumber, kindling, tent poles, sports equipment, etc. to make them easier to store or carry.
-Secure tools or sports equipment to the wall of a shop, garage or shed.
-Keep lids on cans and boxes.
-Hold doors or gates open.
-Bundle cords, chains, etc. together for easy carrying or storage. In addition to bungee straps, we also carry several other options for tie-down uses:Tie-down straps:
Tie down equipment like cam straps
offer a wide variety of fittings, from buckles to hooks . Some are designed to fit Airline track / L-track
or even smaller single anchor points
. Rope: Rope and cord
are available in so many variations, it best to choose what you need based on the job you’ll be using it for. We offer a wide selection, from water-resistant polypropylene rope
to all-natural twisted cotton rope
, with most available in both custom lengths and by the coil. Rubber rope:
Rubber rope is another good choice if you need a tie-down length that isn’t readily available. Just combine a length of rubber rope
and a rubber rope hook
to create a custom-length rubber strap for your needs. Webbing:
Like cam straps and other strapping, webbing
is extremely versatile and a good choice if you need a custom length tie-down. If you need some stretch, nylon webbing will work well. Polyester webbing is similar but has less stretch. Simply add tie down hardware to the length of webbing you need, to create a tie down made specifically for the job.
Rubber tarp straps: Similar to a bungee cord with hooks on each end, but rubber tarp straps have a flatter design and do not stretch as much as bungee cord. They’re also available in two different types of rubber material: natural rubber and EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer - M-class) rubber. Natural rubber is a good choice for colder climates as they won’t crack or become brittle in freezing temperatures. EPDM rubber is ideal for hotter weather as it is resistant to the sun’s UV rays. All of our rubber tarp straps are available in a variety of lengths and can be bought in a box of 50 or a bundle of 10.