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Old 05-10-24, 07:36 PM
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Voile Rack Straps - Fans?

I currently use Grunt straps like this one but was curious about the advantages of going with Voile Rack Straps (more so given the price here, which is around ~US$26 per strap.

Does anyone use them? Worth the horrendous dollars?
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I have a pair of Voile rack straps. 30" IIRC.

​​No regret, but no revelation either. My favorite is the Salsa, which engages more easily, or so it seems. Rack straps provide a bit of extra length.

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Hi aus, I just replaced some voile straps, but they are the only ones I've used.
Here in Canada there are some other branded ones that are a bit cheaper, but in the end I just waited for some sales and got voile straps again.
After using all kinds of bungee cords over the decades, I do like how voile or similar straps work, especially with rough riding and the straps staying very secure.
For off-road stuff, very effective.
I have a couple of 25 inchers, 20 for fork cages + small dry bags or nalgenes, 1 or 1.5L , and just bought some short ones for maybe attaching small things to frame.

Key thing is that I waited for some sales.

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I hear nothing but good things about Voile and see a lot of brands I love using them. However for racks I stick with my Highland Fat Straps.
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I discovered Voile straps this winter and use them to hold two 64oz bottles down to cages I made for them. They are slick, very neat design and they work very well.
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