Voile Rack Strap — 10mm Hooks — 25"

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Voile Rack Strap — 10mm Hooks — 25"
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Product Details

Snap-fits to 10mm tubing. Ideal for the majority of bikepacking racks, baskets, and cargo systems.

Voile Strap Keeper included.

Like an adjustable bungee cord, but infinitely better. Voile Straps are incredibly durable, compact, and versatile. They are virtually oblivious to heat, cold, moisture, and UV light. In short: Voile Straps thrive in adversity.

These Voile Straps® are made of tough stretch polyurethane, with a UV-resistant additive to increase their lifespan.

Their Super Tough nylon buckle is non-marring, non-conductive, and non-reflective.

Few things in life are as reliable as the original Voile Strap®. Over the last 30 years they have become the ultimate alternative to duct tape, nylon straps, and bungee cords.

On the job, in the outdoors, and everywhere in between: Voile Straps® are the definitive way to secure, bundle, and repair almost anything on the go.


• Non-Marring
• Non-Conductive
• Won't Slip
• Holds Tight
• Super Strong
• UV Resistant
• Works in Extreme Weather
• Daisy Chain with other "standard" 3/4" wide Voile Straps


This is not an exhaustive list, but the items listed below have been confirmed to have compatible rack tubing diameter:
  • Axiom Streamliner Road
  • Blackburn EX-1
  • Ortlieb Rack3
  • Ortlieb Quick Rack
  • Planet Bike ECO Rack
  • Salsa Alternator Rack
  • Salsa Down Under Rack
  • Salsa Wandurlust Rack
  • Specialized Elite Rear
  • Surly 8-pack Rack
  • Surly 24-pack Rack
  • Surly Front Rack
  • Surly Rear Rack
  • Topeka Tetrarack R2

Product Reviews

Very satisfied. could be room for improvement.
The clips snap very satisfyingly onto my Minoura Gamoh rack. Just have to remember to take them with me when I park the bike. The buckle takes a bit of practice and sometimes I wish the strap keeper didn't slide around as much, but overall I'm very satisfied. I wonder if there could be a way to improve the ergonomics of the clip (maybe a finger loop or catch) to make it easier to tension down on the initial wrap; otherwise, the best method is strap on with slack and then snug down till tight, and then fixing with the buckle.
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basket strap
I literally never leave home (on my bike) without the 25" rack strap. I use it to quickly secure random stuff (bags, beer, spare clothes, beer, chips) in my wald 137 basket. It's especially useful for things that don't fit in panniers (stacks of toiler paper?). Great product.
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