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ThuleLocking Strap

$79.95 - $89.95

Item # THU0402

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Item # THU0402
Description

Locking Strap

The Thule Locking Strap is a heavy-duty tie down strap you can use to secure your gear to your roof, rack, or trailer and keep it protected from sticky-fingered thieves. This strap features an innocuous looking nylon outer sleeve that's reinforced with a steel cable inside. Just wrap this strap around your boat, board, or bike, clip the end into the rubber-coated lock, and head inside the taco joint with peace of mind. A pair of lock cylinders are included, so that's one less worry too.

  • Steel cable inside nylon sleeve
  • Aluminum buckles
  • Rubber-coated lock housing
  • Two one-key lock cylinders included

Tech Specs
Part Number831
Recommended Usetravel, biking, boating, stand-up paddleboarding
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

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    >Rating: 5

    Good Added Protection

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    I got these for a bit of added peace of mind when I leave my kayak on my roof while i eat or go to get supplies. It obviously won't stop anyone with a pocket knife, but will slow people down enough to make them think twice before lifting your boat.

    >Rating: 3

    solid strap but chintzy locking system

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    The strap itself is sturdy and easy to crank down nice and tight but the locking mechanism doesn't actually lock the strap down...it locks a flimsy plastic cover over top of the strap release. steel core straps actually lock the release mechanism. these thule straps are good for leaving your board on rack if you'll be back in a bit but I'd be skeptical leaving it for a while in an area where someone had the time to just pry the plastic cover off and press the release.