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$ 12.95 
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Survival Straps® Gear Tags

Get your bag ready for your next wild expedition or just your trip around town.  Survival Straps® Gear Tags are an awesome way to make your backpack, luggage, briefcase, range bag, golf bag or any bag, stand out from the masses . They are available in more than 50,000 color combinations. This comes in super handy when trying to identify your bag along with the millions of other bags that look similar to yours. We can custom emboss the stainless military dog tag to let the world know, this bag is yours! Our Gear Tags are made to be abused and should last a lifetime.

-Our gear tags are a total of 7 3/4" long. The braided part is 3 1/4" long and it is around 1/2" wide. It is attached by running the loop through an attachment point and then the braided part is pulled through the loop securing it.

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