3/4" Super Soft Shackle - Arachni Recovery Equipment - Red -

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These are not your Average Soft Shackles!

A.R.E. Soft Shackles are stronger more durable and backed by an industry leading 3 year warranty!

A.R.E. Soft Shackle are a 3/4" thick by 12 inch long stranded blend of pure awesomeness!!

ARE Soft Shackles are made from Arachni Recovery Equipment proprietary Spidersilk material blend.

Spidersilk Winch line is the strongest most durable blend on the planet.

Spidersilk was first designed to be used on winch lines and ropes. The ropes are made with a unique blend giving them superior strength to anything on the market.

Soft Shackles are a safe alternative to standard shackles. Soft shackles are safer than traditional D ring shackles as they do not turn into a projectile if failure occurs. They are much easier to use, they won’t freeze solid like traditional shackles nor will they seize due to salt water exposure dirt grim or dirt.  

A.R.E. Soft Shackles are designed to get you unstuck safely!

Whether it is Snow mud water or anything.... Soft Shackles have the strength and force you need to get out.  


•       Length: 12 Inches

•       Diameter: 3/4"

•       Rated Strength: 35,000 lbs

•       Warranty: 3 years


Do not attach a rope to any part of the vehicle that is not structurally sound and or not intended for recovery.

Do not use a hitch ball and or tow hitch for recovery. This is not a sound option and the hitch and or accessories have the potential to become deadly projectiles.

Use Extreme Cation when recovering a vehicle and ensure that nothing is in between the vehicles nor are there any person in the area.

While ropes have been tested and are structurally sound to 45,000 Lbs, failure can lead to extreme injury and or death. Failure of recovery points can be fatal.

Exercise Caution when recovering a vehicle.

Rope is covered under our 3 year no hassle warranty. You break it we replace it... Only * is if rope is cut with an object or pulled through rocks and the rope gets frayed... this is not covered.