Kinetic recovery straps are the easiest and quickest way to recover a vehicle stuck in mud, a waterhole or sand when recovery using a winch is not possible. The one prerequisite is, of course, a second vehicle on a non-slip surface.
The kinetic recovery belt should attached to the two vehicles by optionally available steel or soft shackles. The distance between the two vehicles should be a few metres shorter than the length of the rescue belt. That allows the towing vehicle to pick up some speed before the kinetic recovery belt is fully stretched and then expands further. The vehicle to be recovered is then gently pulled out.
Made of nylon, T-Max's Kinetic Recovery Straps can stretch up to 21%. Folded and reinforced loops provide better abrasion resistance. Sliding cuffs protect the vehicle from scratches should the recovery strap get damaged.