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Palm 3.5m Cam Straps

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  • Palm 3.5m Cam Straps are a pair of Polypropylene webbing straps with alloy cam buckles and protective rubber covers‚ suitable for securing down kayaks, canoes and sit-on-tops onto car roof racks and trailers.
  • EN approved‚ with 25 mm webbing‚ non-corroding galvanised buckles and rubberised buckle cover to protect paintwork and surfaces.

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Description

The Palm 3.5m Cam Straps features:

  • Materials: 25 mm polypropylene webbing
  • Weight: 168 g (3.5 m)
  • Dimensions: 3.5 m length
  • Galvanised cam buckle
  • Silicon rubber buckle protectors
  • Colour indication for length
  • EN/ ISO 12195-2 approved.
  • Max Load: 250kg per strap

 

I am certified

These PFDs pass ISO 12402-5 (water sports) and ISO 12402-6 (paddlesport) standards. The majority of our PFDs have up to 20% more buoyancy than the ISO/CE standard and our whitewater models have up to 40% more buoyancy than the 50 N required. Palm were the first to make PFDs to these ISO standards.

Who Are The Brand Palm?

Creating gear for paddlers and water professionals since 1979, including clothing, equipment and accessories. Founded in Somerset by champion surf kayaker, Andy Knight. Designed and made in Great Britain and their factories in Asia – distributed worldwide. They supply the Palm apparel brand, kayaks from Dagger, Islander and Wilderness Systems, canoes from Mad River Canoe, and Infinity inflatables – everything you need to take to the water.

Palm has always been a paddler driven company, and they are fortunate enough to have been involved in some truly landmark events in kayaking history. From remote expeditions such as the 1994 Waghi Kayak Expedition and the 2001 European Stikine Expedition, down to the introduction of the Dagger RPM to the UK, they’re proud to have contributed to the development of the sport. Peter ‘Green Slime’ Knowles was amongst the first to explore and document the rivers of Nepal by in the 90s, then a largely undiscovered but soon to be popular country for kayaking.