Min. Breaking load:4000lbs/18kN
Meets or Exceeds:ANSI Z359.12-09、CSA Z259.12-11
A Tri-Glide buckle is a type of hardware that is commonly used to adjust the length and tension of webbing straps, such as those found on backpacks, bags, and other types of outdoor gear. It consists of three separate components: a rectangular base with two or more slots, a movable bar or slider that fits into the slots, and a locking mechanism to keep the slider in place.
The Tri-Glide buckle is designed to allow the webbing to pass through the slots in the base, under the slider, and back out again, creating a loop that can be tightened or loosened as needed. By sliding the bar along the length of the base, the tension on the webbing can be adjusted to achieve the desired fit.
Tri-Glide buckles are typically made from durable materials such as plastic, metal, or nylon, and are available in different sizes and styles to accommodate different webbing widths and thicknesses. They are commonly used in outdoor gear, luggage, and clothing, as well as in industrial applications such as cargo straps and safety harnesses.