Voile straps – 32” (81cm) Nylon Buckle

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Extra long, sturdy 32″ voile straps to attach anything and everything to your bike. Voile straps are a must for every bikepacker and should not be missing from any equipment.

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In addition to the XL 32″, we now also have the 32″ in a slightly narrower version with a nylon buckle.
The straps that started it all and the ideal way to attach anything and everything to your bike. Voile straps are a must for every bikepacker and should not be missing from any equipment.
The straps are of course ideal for securing luggage on your bicycle, but can also be used for many other purposes.

The Voile Straps are made of sturdy, stretchable polyurethane with a UV-resistant addition that greatly extends their lifespan. The nylon buckle (closure) does not “stick” or get stuck to the straps if it remains in the same place for a long time and it is also not conductive or reflective. They also scratch less than the aluminum variant.

Voile straps are a perfect and sustainable alternative to duct tape, tie-wraps or the old-fashioned elastic spider. Once you get used to these straps, you won’t want anything else (except different strap lengths).
Also easy to extend by simply adding an extra strap (Daisy chain)

TIP: Wrap a string around the object you want to attach, including the one you want to attach it to. Now measure the length of the string and see if that corresponds to the length of the strap you ordered. For the 32″ straps this is a maximum length of 75 cm.

  • Different colors: black, orange, blue/purple, red, olive green, gray, tan/sand, cyan (light blue), magenta (pink)
  • Usable length: 14cm — 75.3cm
  • Material: UV-resistant polyurethane
  • Buckle: Super Tough Nylon
  • Remains firmly in place and super strong
  • Works in extreme conditions
  • Easy to connect

Also available in 12″, 15″ and 20″ versions. Or in extra sturdy XL straps or the smaller ones nano version

Read all about it at www.voile.com