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  • Shock Cord: 3/16" (5mm)

    Shock Cord: 3/16" (5mm)

    $0.46
  • Shock Cord: 3/8" (~10mm)

    Shock Cord: 3/8" (~10mm)

    $1.76
  • Shock Cord: 1/8" (3mm)

    Shock Cord: 1/8" (3mm)

    $0.39
  • Shock Cord: 1/4" (6mm)

    Shock Cord: 1/4" (6mm)

    $0.62
  • Covered Solid Elastomer Stretch Cord: 1/4" (6mm)

    Covered Solid Elastomer Stretch Cord: 1/4" (6mm)

    $1.40
  • Covered Solid Elastromer Stretch Cord: 3/16" (4mm)

    Covered Solid Elastromer Stretch Cord: 3/16" (4mm)

    $1.23
  • Stretch Cord (Solid Elastomer): 1/4" (6mm)

    Stretch Cord (Solid Elastomer): 1/4" (6mm)

    $0.74
  • Shock Cord: 5/16" (8mm)

    Shock Cord: 5/16" (8mm)

    $0.88
  • Covered Solid Elastomer Stretch Cord: 5/16" (8mm)

    Covered Solid Elastomer Stretch Cord: 5/16" (8mm)

    $1.57
  • Polyester Webbing, 1 (Tubular)

    Polyester Webbing, 1 (Tubular)

    $0.43
  • Stretch Cord (Solid Elastomer): 7/32" (5.5mm)

    Stretch Cord (Solid Elastomer): 7/32" (5.5mm)

    $0.74
  • Marlow Webbing, 2

    Marlow Webbing, 2

    $1.53
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More information on Shockcord, Stretchcord & Webbing: 

Sometimes you need a line with a little extra pep in it's step! Use shock and stretch cord anywhere a return force is needed. APS also stocks webbing and webbing hardware; Available in all sizes for any application.

 

Shockcord is available in three varieties. Traditional shockcord uses elastic strands covered with a tough polyester cover for protection from abrasion and UV exposure. Stretchcord on the other hand, is a solid elastomer alternative. Since there are no natural elastic fibers, the single synthetic elastomer will not dry-rot or degrade in salt water, while also providing a stronger and more consistent return force. For the best of both worlds, we offer covered solid elastomer. Covered in a tough UV-inhibited polyester, the solid rubber core is resistant to UV, saltwater, humid salt air, petroleum products, and most caustic chemicals including chlorine. Simply put – it can handle the harsh marine environment.

 

Webbing is available in three different forms. Flat polyester is a go-to material for simple yet durable hiking straps. Tubular webbing can be used to run a dyneema core through for exceptional strength in applications like jacklines. Finally, we offer Spectra webbing which is extremely strong, lightweight and abrasion resistant making it ideal for a variety of specialized applications. Don't forget to checkout the webbing hardware. We offer buckles, clips, bridges and more in various materials.

 

APS carries shock cord and webbing from leading brands like Marlow Ropes and Yale Cordage.

 

Check out all of our marine line for sale at APS here. We also have a full service rigging shop on site to meet your specific nautical rope requirements.

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