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LoopRope

Totally Tied Down

It’s hard to decide what’s the worst part of using conventional rope to tie down stuff. The tangled lines are a pain, but even more troublesome is crafting the proper knot. You never know for sure if a knot is going to hold—until you can’t untie it. Bungee cords are equally frustrating and more dangerous for their tendency to detach and snap back at your face.
LoopRope
LoopRope
Totally Tied Down

It’s hard to decide what’s the worst part of using conventional rope to tie down stuff. The tangled lines are a pain, but even more troublesome is crafting the proper knot. You never know for sure if a knot is going to hold—until you can’t untie it. Bungee cords are equally frustrating and more dangerous for their tendency to detach and snap back at your face.

Jeff Dahl wanted something better, so he started tinkering with ropes, cords and knots until he worked the kinks out of his idea and created a new kind of multipurpose fastener: the LoopRope. Each length of rope has built-in loops. When you’re tying something down, you can choose the loop that creates the right amount of tension and connect it with a steel S-clip to your point of contact. There are no knots to tie, and you can use the remaining loops to tie off additional items or to create extra fastening points for added strength. Combine multiple LoopRopes together and you can create a cargo net, too. For boaters, the similarly engineered BuoyRope makes it easy to tie a boat to the dock and drop a bumper with just the right amount of slack.

The adjustability and versatility of LoopRope make it easy to use in all kinds of settings—camping, packing the car, boating, home improvement and more. You won’t miss the old ways of tying down your stuff.