How ShockStraps Work
ShockStraps are a patented, unique urethane based shock absorbing tie down made to keep tension on the strap and your load secure.
When road vibrations cause loads to shift and settle, other tie downs can loosen and become unsafe.
Under these conditions, ShockStrap stretches and contracts acting like a shock absorber keeping your load secure.
Even in extremely rough road conditions you won’t have to pull over to make sure that your tie downs are secure.
With over 100,000 satisfied clients and 20 years of secure loads, ShockStraps are built to last.
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My name is Chuck. I bought two of your shock straps over a month ago. I went on a 2700 mile trip hauling my tubo RZR, using your straps. Not once did the straps come loose. We had some good roads and some bad roads. Your straps worked better than I ever thought they would. Good product. Very happy customer. Chuck in Oregon. - Chuck K.
Hi Fred, I've been meaning to send you these pics for a long time. Got your strap at the overland expo. It works great to ease the load when we have 4 bikes hanging off the end of our EarthRoamer. This is our third bike rack. This time we bought a oneup...which is supposed to be very strong, but we added your strap just in case. The give in the strap helps to ease the stress on the rack especially when we are bumping along a dirt road. - Ruth Van Sciver
Another satisfied customer: Here is my 1984 Honda V65 Sabre all safe and secure ready for the trip home to Rice,MN. We arrived safe and sound with no worries. I love my ShockStraps! Scott J. - Scott Jerve
I have been using these in our delivery trucks for Bill's Ace Hardware for many years. These straps have saved many BBQ's from heavy traffic. The quality is fantastic and we have never had a failure. - Bill Wygal
I bought a set of your straps at AIMExpo a couple of years ago to tie down the back of my bike to prevent it from bouncing around in the trailer. I used them a few times and I could not be happier. (I honestly don't trailer a lot) For the front end, I typically tied the handlebar with a CycleCynch II. One of the cam buckles broke as I was loosening it after bringing home my brand new bike. Can you imagine if it would've broken in transit? I decided to replace the straps that came with the Cycle.. Read More - Steve Rottenberg