Sliplok ®Series

John Howard Company offers berry compliant Sliplock buckles and plastic hardware.

Sliplock buckles are a type of fastener commonly used in backpacks, luggage, camera bags, and other types of bags and carrying cases. They consist of two parts: a male buckle and a female buckle. The male buckle is typically attached to a strap or webbing, while the female buckle is attached to the main body of the bag.

Sliplock buckles are designed to be adjustable, allowing the user to quickly and easily tighten or loosen the strap without having to adjust the length manually. This is achieved through a mechanism that allows the male buckle to slide through the female buckle in one direction but locks in place when pulled in the other direction.

Sliplock buckles are often used in conjunction with other types of fasteners, such as zippers or Velcro, to provide additional security and adjustability to the bag. They are generally considered to be durable and reliable, making them a popular choice for outdoor enthusiasts and travelers who need a secure and adjustable way to carry their gear.


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