Lowe Alpine 25mm Side Squeeze Buckle Quick Attach

 

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Lowe Alpine 25mm Buckle which can be used as a replacement part in Lowe Alpine or similarly sized products or can be used in any projects involving 25mm straps. If your rucksack buckle breaks while hiking or during a trip, this is a handy spare. It has a slot cut into it so it can be put on without sewing, hence the "quick attach".

The Lowe Alpine Side Squeeze Buckles come in four width sizes so should fit just about any webbing strap. The size refers to the width of the webbing strap.

  • Black
  • 25mm
  • plastic construction

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