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Giant Loop Pronghorn Straps Motorcycle Tiedown (Brand New)
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. 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 20? 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.
Sold in packages of 2, available in five color-coded sizes with Giant Loop's iconic cow skull graphic and our design mantra: "Go Light. Go Fast. Go Far.".
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.
New or Brand New - Brand new item in original packaging (original manufacturer's warranty may apply).
Refurbished - Professionally restored and in perfect working condition. Original packaging may be missing or slightly damaged.
Used - Item has seen limited use but remains in good working condition. May show some limited signs of wear with small scratches or cosmetic blemishes. May arrive with damaged packaging or be repackaged.
Refurbished, Without Tags - Same as refurbished. Item may arrive with mising labels or tags.
Refurbished, Last Call - Same as refurbished. Last call or closeout item.
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