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Bungee Cords-Rubber straps-Custom Bungees

Material:Rubber/Latex or steel,ABS
Safety Factor:N/M
Length:As requested
Color:As requested
Standard: GS
Characteristic:Strong and wearable
Package:PVC bag,blister bag,plastic barrel

Wristrong Industry supplies colorful Bungee Cords/Luggage rope/ stretch towing rope/ marine towing rope

Usage: binding cargos used in motorcycle,bicycle
Inner material: rubber latex thread
Outer material:PP Yarns
Hook:adjustable hook & Steel hook
Cord length:as your request
Cord color:as your request
Certification: GS
Quality bungee nets have ABS plastic hooks that can be removed and replaced, allowing you to adjust their location for optimal placement.
Since they're made of plastic, they won't do any damage to your bike's painted or metal surfaces.
best quality and reasonable price will be provided.
Material latex from Thailand;rubber
diameter 4-12mm
color/length as per your need
sample time 1-3days
packing PVC bag,blister bag,plastic barrel
Packaging: inner packing:blister packing /outer packing:carton
Delivery:  15-20days or depend on the whole order

A bungee cord (sometimes spelled bungie), also known as a shock cord, (Occy strap / Octopus strap in Australian co-
mmon usage) is an elastic cord composed of one or more elastic strands forming a core, usually covered in a woven
cotton or polypropylene sheath. The sheath does not materially extend elastically, but it is braided with its strands
spiraling around the core so that a longitudinal pull causes it to squeeze the core, transmitting the core's elastic co-
mpression to the longitudinal extension of the sheath and cord. Specialized bungees, such as some used in bungee
jumping, may be made entirely of elastic strands.
Today, bungee cords are most often used to secure objects without tying knots and to absorb shock. Inexpensive
bungee cords, with metal or plastic hooks on each end, are marketed as a general utility item. This form is also
known as kangaroo, octopus, or "occy", straps in Australia. These can be an individual strap, or a set of four ho-
oked straps held together by a metal ring allowing the occy strap to secure items around various tie points, for
example a suitcase to a car roof rack. Extensions of the concept are available as a coarse net of bungee cords
with metal or plastic hooks around the periphery, for securing irregularly shaped loads of luggage and cargo on
the backs of pickup trucks, roofs of cars, and so on.