The Sea to Summit 2-Pin Side-Release Field Repair Buckle replaces nonadjustable buckles like those found on dry bags or V-pull hipbelts. You can do the repair in the field using only a screwdriver
- Stainless-steel pins hold the buckle together permanently; a Phillips head screwdriver securely attaches the buckle to the webbing on your pack's strap
- Since the buckle is permanent, there's no need to have your new buckle sewn on when you're back home
Supply & Repair
0.75 IN: 1.25 x 0.75 x 0.25 inches
1 IN: 1.5 x 1 x 0.25 inches
0.75 IN: 0.6 ounce
1 IN: 0.7 ounce
WHICH BUCKLE DO I NEED?
- One-pin side release buckles replace closures found on most top-loading backpacks, daypacks, messenger bags, PFDs, bike bags etc. They have one fixed end and one ladderlock end – the ladderlock allows you to thread through a webbing strap which can then be tightened or loosened.
- Two-pin side release buckles are a direct replacement for non-adjustable buckles, commonly found on dry bag closures and some backpack waist belts. They are not adjustable.