Whitewater Designs Cam StrapsFind a new level of security with Whitewater Designs canoe and kayak cam straps. Anything secured with one of these cam buckle straps is snug because pulling on the free end of the strap cinches it even tighter. As pressure is added to the strap by a load, the teeth-lined cam buckles grip tighter, preventing the strap from slipping. This design also allows for quick tightening and loosening of your canoes or kayaks from your car roof or trailer. Plus, these cam straps have the length woven right into the sturdy Triple-Box-X sewing pattern and stamped on the side of the buckle, so you won’t have to guess the length of the strap anymore.

Overall Review

These are great little cam straps for securing your canoe or kayak to your car top or trailer. Cam straps are perfect for canoes and kayaks because they hold them tightly in place, yet don’t put the hull in danger or under excessive stress like a traditional ratchet strap will do. These cam buckles use simple physics to use a loads weight against itself if pulling the wrong way on the strap. This allows for the strap to stay tight, and the grip gets even tighter if the load tries to shift. I really like the length being identified in embroidery and on the buckles. It really makes these a nifty item to have in your kayak or canoe transport arsenal.

I would rate my review of the Whitewater Designs Cam Straps as a 5 out of 5 stars. These cam straps do the job nicely, and they are readily available at a very affordable price. When transporting your canoe or kayak, it is important to have a set of straps you can count on. These Whitewater Designs canoe and kayak cam straps are just the ticket for one looking for that type of reliability.

Product Features and Specifications

– 4’, 6’, or 12’ lengths
– 800 lbs. load rating
– Easy to lock and release
– Teeth-lined cam buckle for secure strapping
– MSRP: $7.99 to $10.99 per pair (sold in pairs)

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Written by James Stalker

James Stalker is a licensed kayak teacher and field guide with over 20 years of experience. James fell in love with adventure sports after facing a bout of cancer at a young age. He can be found traveling in some of the corners of the continent almost untouched by nearly anyone else. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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