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June 19, 2008 9:35 AM CDT

Hand it to Handi-Straps

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Handi-Straps allow loads to be grasped with rubberized webbing extension over the fingers, transferring loads directly on top of the spine to the strongest and safest part of the body.
Handi-Straps allow loads to be grasped with rubberized webbing extension over the fingers, transferring loads directly on top of the spine to the strongest and safest part of the body.
Handi-Straps allow loads to be grasped with rubberized webbing extension over the fingers, transferring loads directly on top of the spine to the strongest and safest part of the body. The straps can bypass a load past any arm or shoulder injury because of hook attachments. Back strains are greatly reduced, as the leverages of loads on the back are made safer.

When fatigue and injury are offset, production increases. The straps provide enhanced stability, since the load is distributed evenly over the whole body. Handi-Straps has tested to keep legs substantially safer when walking with a load.


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