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5 Ways to Use LoopRope® To Gear Up For Hunting Season

LoopRope®, Invented in the USA tie down product, gears up for North American hunting season with their Hunters Pack of 3ft, 4ft and 5ft LoopRope plus 6 LoopClips in camouflage color

 
PRLog - Jul. 19, 2012 - Medford, OR – Whether you’re hauling gear for business or recreation, there’s always something that needs to be tied down from rack bags, hunting blinds, decoys, hydration packs to outdoor tools and climbing tackle. Gear junkies will just love this handy invention.  Hate to tie knots or using dangerous and limiting bungee cords then this is the gadget for you.  LoopRope® is made of one continuous piece of shock cord fastened together to create permanent loops.  LoopRope® comes in 3, 4, and 5-foot lengths. Each LoopRope® comes with two dual-sided, stainless steel LoopClips®.  One 5-foot LoopRope® gives you 10 custom tie-down lengths and over 18 attachment points.  Use it everywhere; it’s secure, fast and easy.  Users are discovering many different ways to secure items: check out video examples on the website.  
Here are just five of the many ways to use the camo LoopRope™ this hunting season:
1.    Secure transportation: Tie down coolers, camping stove, and folding chairs in the back of your RV, truck or SUV or on the top of luggage racks. Use it inside to transport fishing poles and keep them snug to the ceiling/headliner.
2.    Cover: Putting up tents and tarps when you reach the campsite can be tricky depending on the surroundings: trees, rocks, cliffs, or snow. Since a LoopRope™ is fully adjustable and can be stretched to different lengths; it can be used to secure tent poles or canopies in a number of different situations.  Or use inside your tent as a clothesline.
3.    Hanging: Loop the ends of the LoopRope™ securely around two tree trunks or poles and use it as a clothesline to dry wet clothes or hang gear. Wrap it around one tree when in your tree blind to secure calls and other misc. items.
4.    Hiking: Strap a jacket, tent, canopy, and more ammunition to the outside of a pack for easy hike back to camp. The possibilities are endless!
5.    Tie Down:  Secure your kill to the hood of your truck, ATV or to your pack frame.  It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 and because of the positive connection qualities the rope gets extremely tight.
LoopRope™ was invented in 2009 through trial and error after Dahl became frustrated with tightly knotted ropes and flimsy bungee cords during a trip to the dump. It has enjoyed increasing popularity with retailers in America, Ireland, Australia, Japan and Germany.


Founded in 2009 by Jeff Dahl in Medford, Oregon, LoopRope LLC was conceived out of frustration and need. A regular guy with guy-gear who makes the occasional dump run, Dahl is not inclined to tie knots, and bungee cords are simply too messy, unreliable and dangerous to use. After much research and multiple prototypes, Dahl invented the LoopRope™; made of one continuous piece of shock cord fastened together to create permanent loops.  Now patented, LoopRope™ comes in a variety of lengths. Each LoopRope™ comes with two dual-sided, stainless steel carabiners.  One 5-foot tie-down gives you 10 custom tie-down lengths and over 18 attachment points. Video demos are available on the website.  www.looprope.com   The company can be reached via USPS at 588 Parsons Street, #H, Medford, OR 97501; via phone at (541) 770-5667, or via email at info@looprope.com.

Contact: Jeff Dahl (Owner/Creator)
541-770-5667
Jeff@Looprope.com

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