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The SPiDERNET has a tensile strength rating of 300-lb and can stretch up to 9-feet in length.  The  double-gated “S-Biners” can easily be attached to any number of the frame’s molded-in attachment points.  The SPiDERNET is perfect for water sports and beach activities.  Attach dry-bags, coolers, wetsuits, and more without trapping water, sand, or debris.  Use it as an anchor line, or to erect shade and rain covers.


The SPiDERNET is an ultra-lightweight, quick, and easy-to-use cargo attachment system.  Each military-grade braided shock-cord has a tensile strength rating of 300-lb and can stretch up to 9-feet in length.  The  double-gated “S-Biners” allow you to create endless configurations for carrying cargo.

  • Weight: 8oz | 0.5-lb
  • Color Options: Yellow | Black | Olive Drab | Desert Tan | Orange
  • Material: Military-Grade Shock Cord
  • Construction: 3 Braided Cords
  • Length: Rested – 4 Feet | Stretched – 9 Feet
  • Hardware: Double-Gated Aluminum S-Biners (Includes 6)
  • Capacity: 300-lb Tensile Strength
Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 9 × 2 in

3 reviews for SpiderNet

  1. Wendy L.

    Super cool item! For the most part this has replaced my need for paracord. At camp I pull it off my pack and use it as my laundry line and lantern line. It seems like I keep finding new ways to use it.

  2. 4x4FORLIFE_67

    The bungee works great. There should be a couple more carabiners. I use this on my roof rack and I had to add a few additional carabiners to make it work better. 6 carabiners on my pack is fine, but there should be more for other uses.

  3. Joey Dawson

    I bought one pack 6 months ago and just purchased another. This just proves that great things come in small packages. I have used this on my pack for hunting and camping, and on my kayak and jeep. It is just as easy to use if it is wet, which beats using cords or ropes. I recommend this product.

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