Kinetic tow straps are specifically designed to stretch under load for maximum performance, the kinetic strap (sometimes referred to as a snatch strap or KERR) is a very effective method of extracting a bogged or immobilized 4WD vehicle when a second vehicle is present.
The ability to stretch is a distinction between a snatch strap and a tow strap. These kinetic straps are elastic when under load whereas a tow strap doe not - providing you with two primary benefits: First, the kinetic energy generated by the elasticity actually aids the recovery, and second, the elasticity greatly reduces the likelihood of vehicle damage during recovery. The enormous weight of each 4x4 and the weighted force of whatever caused the immobilization puts enormous strain on the point where the straps are attached, and without some elasticity, there is a substantial risk of damaging the vehicle. For vehicle recovery, a kinetic strap is safer and less-damaging than a tow strap.
Breaking Strength: 8ton/8000kgs
Material: 100% nylon