1" Polyester Cargo Net 19" x 37"

SKU:
100P-19X37
Availability:
Ships in 3-5 Business Days. Multiple Quantities May be Longer.
$80.00
(5 reviews) Write a Review

High Quality Polyester Cargo Nets.

Nets come with low profile cam buckles on 48" of strap sewn onto the net, so you never lose your tie downs.

All our nets are made by us here in our factory in the U.S.A. Because we make our own nets, we can make and modify to meet your specific personal or business needs.

  • Made with 1", 3500 lb test Polyester webbing.
  • Zinc Plated Low Profile cam buckle.
  • Nickel Plated rings in corners.
  • Assembly Breaking strength 600lbs.
  • Work Load Limit – 225lbs.
  • Net comes with 4 tie down points and 48" of strap to adjust to your specific load.
  • Use for light to medium duty applications.
  • Available in Red or Black webbing.
  • Grid size 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".
  • Net size approx.19" x 37"


Sizing Note:

When determining the size of net that you need, please keep in mind that the buckles are sewn onto the rings in the corners and stick out beyond the net. Allow approx. 4”- 5” for the cam buckles.

Reviews

  • 5
    GREAT - Company & Products

    Posted by Jon Y. on Jun 21st 2019

    My first purchase from Safari Straps, won’t be my last. I had a question before purchase. Called and left a message. They called me back in about an hour. They answered my questions in detail. Great purchase process fast shipping. Excellent product !!!! easy install and sturdy design. They have an amazing amount of choices in sizes. Five Star Rating from me.

  • 5
    TJ cargo area

    Posted by Mike E. on Apr 26th 2019

    Works great as a shelf in rear cargo area without backseat

  • 5
    Solid product

    Posted by Jason C. on Sep 5th 2017

    I was looking for a custom sized net to go over the driver and passenger seats in my CJ7. I have a RockHard 4x4 roll cage installed and the net fills the space perfectly. I use it for storing water bottles, jackets, books, and other items I don't want rolling around. A handy addition to the Jeep. Easy installation and the quality of the materials is excellent. Heavy duty for my needs and well constructed.

  • 5
    Wish I'd gotten it just a bit bigger

    Posted by Safari Straps on May 31st 2016

    These nets are elegant!! I love the way they look and feel. Well-designed and nicely-executed!

    I DO WISH that I'd gotten one that was 3-4' wider (the 19' side). What I received will work in the back (cargo area) of our new Forester, but having used it for the first time yesterday, I would prefer that the net extend a little down in front of luggage, and leave enough netting in the back to extend down a little at the back end. [BTW, I ordered per vendor measurement instructions, and later got confirmation of correct size. So this is just a personal preference re: size.]

    Having almost nothing to do with the Safari Strap product itself, I may also get some threaded chain links (or strong but inexpensive steel carabiners) to use at the Forester anchor rings. The latter are on the small side, and of small-diameter steel, which makes threading the webbing into them a bit difficult - and I worry about the webbing breaking strength over such a small bend.

    Now - to get one for our Prius!

  • 5
    Wish I'd gotten it just a bit bigger

    Posted by Larry on May 15th 2016

    These nets are elegant!! I love the way they look and feel. Well-designed and nicely-executed!

    I DO WISH that I'd gotten one that was 3-4' wider (the 19' side). What I received will work in the back (cargo area) of our new Forester, but having used it for the first time yesterday, I would prefer that the net extend a little down in front of luggage, and leave enough netting in the back to extend down a little at the back end. [BTW, I ordered per vendor measurement instructions, and later got confirmation of correct size. So this is just a personal preference re: size.]

    Having almost nothing to do with the Safari Strap product itself, I may also get some threaded chain links (or strong but inexpensive steel carabiners) to use at the Forester anchor rings. The latter are on the small side, and of small-diameter steel, which makes threading the webbing into them a bit difficult - and I worry about the webbing breaking strength over such a small bend.

    Now - to get one for our Prius!