Gear Tie Reusable Rubber Twist Ties are the ultimate versatile tool for bundling, wrapping, and hanging just about anything. The 24" size can be used to wrap, organize, and hang larger cords and items.
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. Available in packs of two.
Gear Tie Tube Combination Pack is available featuring a handy assortment of Gear Ties in a reusable storage tube. Twelve Gear Ties included: 3 x 3", 3 x 6", 2 x 12", 2 x 18", and 2 x 24" Gear Ties in assorted colors
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!
Available in the following colors: Black, Blue, Lime, Bright Orange, and Neon Yellow
Dimensions: 24.00" x 0.40" x 0.40" | 609.60mm x 35.57mm x 10.34mm
Weight: 0.95oz | 27.00g
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Add a Review Saturday, October 20, 2012 I bought four gear ties and think they're a great and innovative product!
I'm using one to help train a cucumber plant up a trellis on my porch, but the greatest utility I've found is for bicycling; I've been able to tie down milk jugs and even an 18" pizza to my tiny bike rack without fear of them falling off on my commute. Reply