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Voile straps are awesome
« on: 08/13/19, 11:26 AM »

You already know that, but it occurred to me recently to find other uses.  Kayaked QCI recently and found they cinched up things like the tent and sleeping pad so they didn't expand to fill the stuff bag, therefore allowing better boat packing.  Fleece sweaters etc kept in tighter bundle than the rubber bands I have normally used.  A hatch strap failed, so Voile to the rescue. And just in case we needed a tourniquet..

"Maybe we should ban hikers from anywhere that there is a potential threat to surface water?" [courtesy Newtrout, 2011]

"Good for you for getting it and thank goodness I wasn't there with you." [courtesy mikerolfs, 2014]

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Re: Voile straps are awesome
« Reply #1 on: 08/14/19, 01:05 PM »

Many of my adventure cycling friends have realized their value in strapping random pieces of gear to your frame to avoid using racks & panniers. So much so that picked up on them:

Moral of story is don't ski when you can snowboard
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