Fabric webbing or strapping is typically made with a basket or tight weave construction. The webbing fabric comes in materials like polypropylene, polyester, nylon, Dacron®, cotton, and acrylic.
Check out each type for specific features. The breaking strength of heavy-duty webbing is anywhere from 130 to 6000 lbs., depending on the size and material. Cotton webbing normally has the lowest breaking strength while polyester webbing has the highest. Applications include tie downs, shade sail edges, bundling, banding, apparel, upholstery, bag straps, furniture strapping, curtain reinforcement, outdoor gear, decorative trim, and marine canvas functions.