Tube Stows for Parachute Packing


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Tube Stows are a long-lasting option to traditional rubber bands for line stows when packing your parachute.

Tube Stows are a synthetic, tubular design that are extremely durable, and can last hundreds of jumps.

These Tube Stows come in packets of 10 with 3 large locking bands and 7 smaller bands for the Sport versions and 2 large locking bands and 8 smaller bands for the Tandem versions. Natural color for small bands and black color for locking bands.

Available in four different sizes:

  • Sport Microline
  • Sport Dacron
  • Tandem Microline
  • Tandem Dacron

Manufactured by Sun Path Products.

Note: These were previously called Tube Stoes and manufactured by SkySystems USA.

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Price $10.00
Brand SkySystems USA
Colors Available Black
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  1. They do the job
    These work as expected, but I'm constantly finding that after every jump they have loosened quite a bit from the loops on my dbag. I worry that they might fall completely off at some point.

    Overall, they do what they're supposed to do and have held up quite well. I just wish they stayed secure to the loops on the dbag a little better.

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