Cargo nets are an excellent way to secure a variety of items – whether you are hauling a trailer full of merchandise across the country or moving some furniture in your pickup. Their one-piece design is easy-to-use and easy-to-store – you don’t have to worry about setting up a bunch of unconnected straps, securing each and every strap to an anchor point, or compensating for uneven coverage because the straps aren't laying correctly.
Instead, you can unfold, set up, and attach your truck cargo net in a matter of minutes.
Our pickup cargo nets are made of either a high-quality bungee material or a tough, 2'' wide polyester webbing. These light duty cargo nets stretch around the cargo in the bed of a truck and easily attach to the side rail or anchor rings.
Bungee netting has a series of removable plastic attachment hooks and is ideal for bulky cargo. The stretchiness of the bungee material lets it better accommodate oddly-shaped items. The removable hooks allow for some additional customization of your tie down setup.
The polyester truck bed nets have four straps with S-hooks and cam buckles, giving you more control over how tightly the net holds down the cargo. And since polyester isn't particularly stretchy, your cargo is less likely to bounce.
Heavy duty cargo nets will keep your cargo from shifting and moving in a trailer. Our trailer cargo nets are made of 2 inch black polyester webbing with a break strength of 10,000 lbs. The standard sizes have 8” square hole openings to prevent smaller cargo from slipping through.
Each trailer cargo net comes with spring E-fittings – so if you have E-track installed in your trailer, your setup will be quick and simple. All of our cargo netting is adjustable, with two types of built-in hardware to choose from.
Our heavy duty nets with ratchets are perfect for applications where you need superior tension. The ratcheting mechanism allows you to tighten the net significantly more than if you were using cam buckles, so you can feel confident your cargo will stay in place.
If you have fragile cargo, a cargo net with cam buckles is the way to go. Since cam buckles don’t have a ratcheting mechanism and instead rely on operator strength, you don’t have to worry about overtightening the net and possibly damaging your haul. Cam buckles are also easier to adjust.
Can't find a net that meets your specifications? We can create a custom cargo net! Depending on your needs, you choose the ideal webbing width and color, end hardware (including E- and L-track fittings), hole size, and overall net dimensions. Call to talk with one of our product specialists to learn more about your options.