GT24-2PK-33

Nite Ize Gear Tie 24" - Yellow - 2-Pack

Nite Ize Gear Tie 24" - Yellow - 2-Pack
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Gear Tie 24" - Yellow - 2-Pack

The bigger size, sturdy construction, and endless usefulness of the Nite Ize 24" Gear Tie makes twisting, tying, wrapping, and organizing bigger jobs a breeze.

Our 24" Nite Ize Gear Tie is the great organizer for bigger unwieldy items. Made of a sturdy bendable wire interior and a soft, durable rubber exterior, it's flexible, strong, and incredibly handy. Organize major appliance and electronic cords, roll and wrap that yoga mat, keep your skis and skates together, and latch it onto bigger tools. It's tough enough to hang a full can of paint from the side of a ladder, a heavy lantern from a beam or tree branch - there are so many uses, we haven't even thought of them all yet.

Features:
  • Use Gear Ties in the garage, on the boat, in the home, and in countless other places where things need to be secured and organized
  • Waterproof and safe for use in fresh or salt water without damage
  • UV resistant - will not be damaged or destroyed by extended sun exposure
  • Tough rubber shell provides excellent grip
  • Use indoors and outdoors in any weather
  • Strong wire inside holds its shape
  • Won't scratch or mark
  • Twist it, tie it, reuse it
  • Thousands of Uses
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Nite Ize Gear Tie 24" - Yellow - 2-Pack GT24-2PK-33 NITE IZE GEAR TIE 24" NEON YELLOW 2 PK
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