Nylon Bridle Slings

Nylon bridle slings are incredibly strong and easy to handle, making them an excellent choice for many rigging and lifting applications. Like all of our nylon lifting slings, our nylon web bridle slings are made in the USA for quality, guaranteed.

While we offer three basic end fittings (oblong with hook; oblong with oblong; and oblong with sewn eye), two widths (1" and 2") and two ply options (1-ply and 2-ply), we can also customize a bridle web sling assembly to your exact specifications- just give us a call to discuss your needs with a member of our sales team.

Benefits include:

  • Four configurations available: single leg, double leg, triple leg, or quad leg.
  • Lighter in weight than a similarly-sized wire rope or chain sling, reducing the total weight of the lift.
  • Synthetic web bridle in nylon is more flexible than chain or wire rope, with flat sewn loops for a more even load distribution.
  • Heavy duty hardware from Pewag ensures quality. Oblongs are manufactured in a Grade 100 alloy steel, while hooks are a Grade 80 alloy steel.
  • Each leg of a webbing bridle sling will stretch about 3% at rated capacity which helps the sling absorb shock.
  • A nylon web bridle will not conduct electricity like wire rope or chain slings.
  • Multiple legs allow the bearing points to be rotated, extending the life of the sling.
  • Available in two different plies for a range of applications, from heavy duty applications to work as a light duty web bridle slings.
  • A large master link allows for sling hooks to connect quickly, and eliminates hook crowding.
  • 2-, 3-, and 4-leg styles can be used in different hitches, for excellent versatility.



Sling Proof Testing Certificates

Proof testing certificates can be included with your order for a small fee, but must be requested when you order your lifting sling. Proof tests are performed in the factory where the sling is pull tested to 2x the vertical rating. It is then recorded officially as proof for governing bodies. During the standard manufacturing process, only random slings during a production run are tested for compliance. In order to provide a proof testing certificate with your order, every sling must be pull tested at the time of manufacturing.