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Pronghorn Straps™

(6 customer reviews)

$21.00$62.10

Giant Loop’s Pronghorn Straps feature: Stamped aluminum buckles, length indicated on strap, arrows line up for easy fastening, metal buckle sheathed for scratch protection, buckle prong holds strap in place for pre-fitting and easy chaining together of straps. Color coded by length. Every motorcyclist, sledhead, snow biker, 4x4er and ATV/UTV/SXSer needs a handful of these multi-purpose, stretch polyurethane straps with virtually unbreakable fasteners. You’ll find a million uses for these quick, solid, tough straps.

“These versatile cargo straps are a traveler’s best friend and perfect for securing all sorts of stuff to your bike.” — Motorcyclist magazine

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Pronghorn Straps™

Product Description

CONTACT US ABOUT CUSTOM IMPRINTED PRONGHORN STRAPS WITH YOUR LOGO OR ARTWORK!
Dirt Rider Magazine Product of the YearEvery motorcyclist, sledhead, snow biker, 4x4er and ATV/UTV/SXSer needs a handful of these multi-purpose, stretch polyurethane straps with virtually unbreakable fasteners. You’ll find a million uses for these quick, solid, tough straps. We’ve been using them for years to secure everything from luggage to water and fuel bottles to our Bushwackers Hand Guards. Use a set of 25″ Pronghorn Straps to turn the Giant Loop Possibles Pouch into a super tough engine guard bag, or lash Possibles Pouches to the legs of our original biomorphic horseshoe shaped Coyote Saddlebag and Great Basin Saddlebag to make quick access external pockets for tools and tire repair kit. We’ve had customers use the Pronghorn Straps to secure camera tripods, splint an injury and tow a snowmobile. Send us pics of how you use your Pronghorn Straps!

Sold in packages of 2, available in three color-coded sizes with Giant Loop’s circle GL logo embossed.

Named for the Pronghorn (often called an antelope, which is an African animal and not related to the American Pronghorn) indigenous to the American West, fast, tough and able to withstand the harsh environments of the Great Basin.


Specs & Features

Giant Loop Pronghorn Straps

Features: Stamped aluminum buckles, length indicated on strap, arrows line up for easy fastening, metal buckle sheathed for scratch protection, buckle prong holds strap in place for pre-fitting and easy chaining together of straps. Color coded by length. Limited lifetime warranty.

Pronghorn Straps – 18″ Black
• Super tough stretch polyurethane
• Stamped aluminum fastener, sheathed for scratch protection
• Adjustable from 6.5″ to 15″
• Width 3/4″

Pronghorn Straps – 25″ Gray
• Super tough stretch polyurethane
• Stamped aluminum fastener, sheathed for scratch protection
• Adjustable from 6.5″ to 22″
• Width 3/4″

Pronghorn Straps – 32″ Orange
• Super tough stretch polyurethane
• Stamped aluminum fastener, sheathed for scratch protection
• Adjustable from 6.5″ to 29″
• Width 3/4″


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SKU: PHS-15, PHS-20, PHS-25, PHS-XL-22, PHS-XL-32, PHS20-18, PHS20-25, PHS20-32 Category: Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

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6 reviews for Pronghorn Straps™

  1. Luke Takahashi

    These Pronghorn straps could beat out ‘zip ties’ as far as most used items in the pack. They come in handy for so many purposes! I’ve attached my jacket to my vest and attached a tire to the rim with these wonderful straps! Love love love them! Thanks GL!

  2. seanernest

    I bought this back of straps and they don’t disappoint. As advertized! Ordering more today.

  3. Neal Koenig

    The GL Pronghorn straps are one of those off-roading accessories that I wish I had known about years ago… I was one of those guys using ratchet straps and bungees to hold stuff in the RZR and on ATVs, and it was always a problem of coming loose. Once I got into dirt biking and ADV, I needed a different solution. Pronghorn straps are amazing. I own and use this style of strap from other manufacturers in my quest for better gear management, and the GL are hands down the best. I wish I would have found and purchased these first and saved my money on the others. Thicker construction, wider more secure buckle, and the nub on the end of the prong works much better than the thin post from the other guys. If you are in doubt, go with the longer length, and get more than you think you need. You will not regret a purchase of the GL Pronghorns, they are worth it.

  4. M. Anderson

    Love the Pronghorn straps. Heavy duty for securing your gear. No regrets on getting these.

  5. sweetpetedalton

    These are amazing! I used them to attach a Pelican Ruck 60 to my Triumph Rally Pro. I was a little hesitant at first because of the price- I even searched for a cheaper version, but quickly realized these are far superior- unlike other brands that use plastic instead of metal buckles, or have exposed buckles that can damage your bike or luggage. These are perfect in every way and I’ll be buying a second set. Thanks!

  6. Duane

    Yeah, they’re rubber straps…but they’re awesome rubber straps. reinforced at the buckle attachment, the strap has the right flex to stay secure, the buckle is nicely smoothed over so it doesn’t dig into the strap wrong, the little “bumps” on the tip of the strap keep the fender hooks from sliding off, and just everything is “right”. I used these to carry a front fender bag during a 200 mile enduro. Bag never moved. Halfway through day one, the plastic “hook” that hold the seat pan on my husky snapped. Seat fell off in a transfer. I used one of the straps to hold the rear of the seat pan down, and left only one on the fender bag. Bag stayed put and so did the seat, and I finished out day one and swapped seats that night. Would have been a long 60 miles holding the seat on with my legs if I didn’t have the strap!

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