We saw these at the 2011 Dealer Expo and had to have some. Imagine a tie-down, with a built-in extension, locking carabineers at each end, and a steel cable running through it. Got it? Ok, that's a Lockstrap. Use in place of a standard, non-secure tie-down and relax. Your toys aren't going to walk off...
These things have 1000's of uses. You can lock your bike, sled, cooler, toolbox, trailer, or anything to just about anything else. Standard tie-downs offer zero theft resistance. Many bike thefts are crimes of opportunity, don't give the bad guys the chance. Get a set today!
"Yes, they're pricey. Then again, how much is your ride worth? Buy at least a pair." - Jeffrey Johnston, Moto Adventure Gear HRIC
"The new Lockstraps are sick…. I wish someone came out with them a long time ago." - Ronnie Renner, Freestyle MXer
"I like the strap, first thing I thought was, it’s about time someone was smart enough to combine a quality tie down and lock system! Nice work." – Pete Martini, Racer X Magazine
Built in soft-tie extension
2 combination locking carabineers (one at either end)
Braided stainless steel cable inside strap
User settable combination
Working load 600lbs, Max load 1200lbs
Priced each (order 2 if you want a pair)
Here's what they say:
No more hooks that come loose and “pop” off like traditional tie downs.
You can change the lock combination whenever you want…. Try a different combination on the carabineer that attaches to the truck or trailer. (that way “friends” don’t borrow them)
Security and peace of mind that loads are tied down, secure, and locked up at the same time.
They are 8.5 feet long (about 2 feet longer than any other tie down strap)
Working load is 600lbs and break strength is 1200 lbs. (traditional tie downs have a 400lb break strength)
If you tie the strap to itself behind the sliding clasp you can tie it as many times as needed to take up the slack and put the last loop up into the carabineer….this way no one can loosen it. (I do this to lock the lid of my ice chest down however, a lot of customers do this to lock a canoe or surfboard down.)