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Camo Mosquito Netting

Camo Mosquito Netting

Army camouflage mosquito netting is the same great mosquito netting that we already sell but in camouflage colors. You will find military boonie hats with mosquito netting and long mosquito netting just to name a few in our army camouflage mosquito netting category. For all the camouflage enthusiasts in the world this category was made for you, to easily find all the great products offered in our mosquito netting category in camouflage colors. Camouflage has additional benefits because camouflage is a method of cryptic or concealing coloration that allows an otherwise visible organism or object to remain indiscernible from the surrounding environment through deception. Mosquito netting offers protection against mosquitoes, flies, and other insects, and thus against diseases such as malaria. Its fine, see-through, mesh construction stops many insects from biting and disturbing the person using the net. The mesh is fine enough to exclude these insects, while allowing constant airflow to come inside the mosquito netting. Mosquito nets are often used where malaria or other insect-borne diseases are common, especially as a tent-like covering over a bed. For effectiveness, it is important that the netting not have holes or gaps large enough to allow insects to enter. Because an insect can bite a person through the net, the net must not rest directly on the skin. Mosquito netting is extremely important for camping, 3rd world countries, or any situation where protection is needed against mosquitoes, flies, and other insects. Army Camouflage Mosquito Netting is also known as military camouflage patterns tents, army navy nets gears, government issued bed canopy covers, baby crib protection, cheap discounted army navy outdoor camping, traveling hat bug protector, etc. Army Camouflage Mosquito Netting is commonly misspelled as camoflauge mosquitonets, camo style headwears nets, etc.

Carabiners, Rings & Ascenders

Carabiners, Rings & Ascenders

A carabiner or karabiner is a metal loop with a sprung or screwed gate. The loop part opposite the gate is referred to as the spine. It can quickly and reversibly connect components in safety-critical systems. Carabiners are widely used in sports requiring rope work, such as climbing, slacklining, caving ("Single Rope Technique"), canyoning, and sailing, and in industrial rope access work, such as construction or window cleaning. There are two types of carabiners, locking carabiners and non-locking carbiners. Locking carabiners have the same general shape as non-locking carabiners, but have an additional sleeve around the gate. The sleeve can be released along the gate and, when it is at one end of the gate, cannot be opened (except by releasing the sleeve and moving it to the other end of the gate). This provides security against the carabiner opening accidentally, for example, if struck against a rock or if caught in a loop of rope. The sleeve can be either auto-locking or a twist-lock. Carabiners are also useful in everyday life, for securing water bottles to belts, or pen knives etc. Cheap and colorful carabiners that vaguely resemble mountaineering carabiners are generally thinner, smaller and made of a lower grade metal and have become quite popular as keyrings or in other applications as a universal connector. They have an extremely simplified latching mechanism, without a pin to allow the gate to carry a load. Such novelty carabiners are typically marked with an explicit liability warning, e.g. "Not for climbing." Carabiners, Rings & Ascenders are also known as black climbing rope clips, mini aluminum locking chain, mountain lockers accessories, government issued rappelling rock keys, army navy belaying equipments, hiking gears, heavy duty screw gates, etc. Carabiners, Rings & Ascenders are commonly misspelled as carabiners screwgates, etc.

Climbing Ropes & Harnesses

Climbing Ropes & Harnesses

A climbing harness is a piece of equipment used in certain types of rock-climbing, abseiling or other activities requiring the use of ropes to provide access or safety (eg industrial rope access, rock climbing, working at heights, etc.). A harness is used to secure a person to a piece of rope or an anchor point. There are three main kinds of harness. A sit string harness is comprised of a waist belt and two leg loops which are normally connected in the front of the hips through a permanent webbing loop called a belay loop. These are the most commonly used harnesses for recreational activities such as abseiling and rock-climbing, as they afford a wide range of movement while still maintaining a good level of safety. Ensuring the harness fits correctly is a key component to avoid pain in the upper thigh area, caused by the leg loops being too tight and creating a tight feeling around the upper legs and groin area. A chest harness is worn around the shoulders, usually with a sit harness so as to provide an additional attachment point farther up the body. This attachment point allows for better balance in some situations, such as when carrying a heavy pack (as the centre of mass is below the connection to the rope) and when the person in the harness may be unable to maintain an upright position (due to injury or other influences). A full-body harness is the combination of a sit harness and a chest harness which are permanently or semi-permanently connected to each other. This kind of harness normally offers a wide range of attachment points. It is most commonly used in industrial/rescue situations, and also commonly used by small children while climbing, instead of a sit string harness. Specialized high performance ropes should be used with the climbing harness and not general utility ropes. Heavy duty static ropes are generally used when using a harness for sports rappelling or any type of climbing. When falling, say 50 feet, the rope will stretch five to seven feet (average) to gradually absorb the impact. They are also durable and easy to knot. Climbing Ropes & Harnesses are also known as government issued mountain rappelling equipment, army navy rock belaying static gear, cheap discounted military safety nylon attachment, rear seated and upper thigh extensions, etc. Climbing Ropes & Harnesses are commonly misspelled as arme navee hikings and hikers geers, etc.

Military Cords, Ropes, Strings

Military Cords, Ropes, Strings

A rope is a length of fibers, twisted or braided together to improve strength for pulling and connecting. It has tensile strength but is too flexible to provide compressive strength (i.e. it can be used for pulling, but not pushing). Rope is thicker and stronger than similarly constructed cord, line, string, or twine. Rope is of paramount importance in fields as diverse as construction, seafaring, exploration, sports and communications and has been since prehistoric times. The use of ropes for hunting, pulling, fastening, attaching, carrying, lifting, and climbing dates back to prehistoric times and has always been essential to mankind's technological progress. Specialized high performance ropes should be used with the climbing harness and not general utility ropes. Heavy duty static ropes are generally used when using a harness for sports rappelling or any type of climbing. When falling, say 50 feet, the rope will stretch five to seven feet (average) to gradually absorb the impact. They are also durable and easy to knot. Many of our cords and ropes are official military issued or are exact replicas. Military Cord & Rope are also known as team mountain climbing equipment, government issued elastic nylon rescue roping, army navy double twined polypropylene rappelling gears, static rock belaying polyesters wholesale, United States American branded replicas, etc. Military Cord & Rope are commonly misspelled as usa roppings, chords, etc.

Military Mosquito Netting

Military Mosquito Netting

Military Mosquito Netting offers protection against mosquitoes, flies, and other insects, and thus against diseases such as malaria. Its fine, see-through, mesh construction stops many insects from biting and disturbing the person using the net. The mesh is fine enough to exclude these insects, while allowing constant airflow to come inside the mosquito netting. Mosquito nets are often used where malaria or other insect-borne diseases are common, especially as a tent-like covering over a bed. For effectiveness, it is important that the netting not have holes or gaps large enough to allow insects to enter. Because an insect can bite a person through the net, the net must not rest directly on the skin. Mosquito netting is extremely important for camping, 3rd world countries, or any situation where protection is needed against mosquitoes, flies, and other insects. We offer both official military mosquito nets and military replica nets. Military Mosquito Netting is also known as baby crib bed canopy cover, outdoor travelers bug control top, government issued army navy protective nettings, etc. Military Mosquito Netting is commonly misspelled as cheap discounted camo mosquitonets, etc.

Nylon 550 LB Tested Paracord - USA Made

Nylon 550 LB Tested Paracord - USA Made

Paracord Bracelets

Paracord Bracelets

Polyester 550 LB Tested Paracord - Import

Polyester 550 LB Tested Paracord - Import

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