Voile and G3 Straps 1,348 Uses and Counting Cbalke January 15, 2015 G3, Gear, News, Voile Spread the loveOK, maybe only MacGyver or Kyle Miller could find 1,348 uses for these straps but when things go wrong in the backcountry you’d be surprised with what you can come up with. These lightweight accessories are made from a tough stretchable polyurethane with either an aluminum or polycarbonate buckle. While zip ties, bungie cords and duct tape are necessities for the home and car, these baby’s belong in every backcountry riders pack! Voile straps are available in 9″, 12″, 15″, 18″, 24″ and 32″ G3 straps are available in 14″, 16″, 20″, and 26″. Here’s how they work: Insert the end through the slot. Pull taught stretching the strap. Pull the strap back allowing one of the holes to slide over the pin on the buckle. Here’s just a few of the many uses forum members have come up with: Kyle Miller uses his strap to secure his Sea Kayak in Norway. HansGludwig makeshift strappy strap 96avs01 utilizing the A-frame carry Switchback fixing a broken toe strap. Kyle Miller rigging his gear HansGludwig strapping crampons to the pack Switchback building a heel riser with sticks. Jimw securing some skins that were too long. kjkrow keeps his cast dry. HansGludwig extending the bonesaw Kyle Miller uses his straps to secure his gear to the roof. 96avs01 strapping his Mr. Chomps together aksltxlt repairing a broken strap HansGludwig makeshift whippet Just Phil uses his as a hairtie powslash modifies his for extended tail clips SwitchBack fixed his limp pole Kyle Miller keeping the French Roast fresh HansGludwig with the splitski bike mount Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Login with your Social IDYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.