Packtech – Attach A Carabiner To Any Fabric Demo And Review

Packtech –

Created out of necessity, the PackTach is a simple idea that solved a basic problem we came across while getting ready for a backpacking trip. With a knack for tinkering and the conversion of a backyard shed into a small shop, we started creating a small inventory of nets in preparation for a local farmer’s market. From these local markets and events, we quickly started to gain a strong grassroots customer base who have become honorary members of “The Tribe.” Four years later, our products have found steady footing in the outdoor market. As we continue to grow, Tribe One will introduce additional products that are simple solutions to basic problems. THE TRIBE ONE PACKTACH SOLUTION – The innovatively designed PackTach is perfect for creating new carabiner attachment points on any kind of fabric, such as backpacks, tarps, clothes, and duffle bags, while supporting up to 50 lbs. of weight without creating holes, tears, or damage. This can be done because of the curved shape of the PackTach, designed with an internal geometry that is made out of Acetal Resin. Any standard 2”-3” carabiner can be used with the PackTach. The PackTach can be used to conveniently attach different items to your backpack while hiking or camping; connecting multiple tarps together; creating additional carabiner points on pants, shirts, or sweaters for outdoor use (such as rock climbing); and for any other time you might need an additional carabiner attachment point.

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