F9T4-03-01

Nite Ize Figure 9 Tent Line Kit

Nite Ize Figure 9 Tent Line Kit

Description

The Nite Ize Figure 9 Tent Line Kit eliminates the frustration of tying and untying knots, fiddling with ineffective plastic sliders, or relocating tent stakes.

Features

  • Instructions Embedded In Each Figure 9 Ensure Ease Of Operation
  • Two Attachment Methods For Ultimate Versatility: Loop System And Fixed End System
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$10.09
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$8.75
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Details

 Our Figure 9 Tent Line Kit does the job quickly, securely, and with no hassle - the first time.

This ingenious, lightweight plastic set of four award-winning Figure 9 rope tighteners makes tent set-up a snap. The Figure 9's provide easy tension and secure adjustment without tying a single knot. Just pull your lines tight and keep them that way the first time - your tent stays taut and sound in any weather. The four 8' reflective guy lines provide high nighttime visibility (no more tripping over them in the dark!). All-in-all, our Figure 9 Tent Line Kit is the ultimate tent pitching upgrade.

Product Details

  • Two attachment methods for ultimate versatility
    Loop System
    Fixed End System
  • Kit contains 4 lightweight black plastic Figure 9s (weight: 2 grams each)
  • Instructions embedded in each Figure 9 ensure ease in operation
  • Comes packaged with 4 8' (2.5mm) green reflective cords
  • Fits rope sizes 1/16" (2mm) to 3/8" (5mm)



Warning: Not for use where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing.

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Nite Ize Figure 9 Tent Line Kit F9T4-03-01 Figure 9 Tent Line Kit
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