Clip and Go Agility Jump Cup Strips - Flexible, Flat-Back
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Sold in pairs
Sold in pairs

Clip and Go Agility Jump Cup Strips - Flexible, Flat-Back

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The jump cups on the standard plastic Clip and Go Strips are very pliant, but Clip and Go wanted to create a jump cup with even more flexibility to help ensure the safety of dogs when they are slicing a jump close to the uprights.

Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips combine the convenience of built-in, multiple jump-cup heights with the safety provided by a soft, flexible material that is grey in color. There is a jump cup every 2" from 4" to 28". These jump cups are made from UV-stable TPE plastic, which is rigid enough to hold the jump bar, but supple enough to fold completely away if the jump cup is hit by a dog. The material is grey.

Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips perform equally well in all temperatures, so you don't need to worry about degradation in extreme heat or cold. Each jump height is clearly marked with improved easy-to-read numbers.

Clip and Go Flexible Flat-Back Jump Cup Strips are designed to be mounted to wood, metal, or any other flat jump upright. Screws are not provided since you willl need to select screws of the type and length appropriate for the surface to which you are mounting the strips.

The flexibility of the Flexible Jump Cup Strips makes them unbreakable, but like all Clip and Go products, they are guaranteed!

Packaging: Clip and Go Flexible Jump Cup Strips come in a pair of 2 for the price shown.

  SHIPPING NOTE: This item must be shipped via UPS Ground service, which is only available in the continental US. This item cannot be sent to Alaska, Hawaii, APO, or FPO addresses, and it cannot be shipped to Canadian or overseas addresses.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
5/5 with 1 review

Good quality
I would prefer that the strips started immediately under the 4" mark. When building jumps with a swiveling foot, I need to cut the extra 1/2" off to make it the right height. If the foot was stationary, it would not be an issue but most people want to store the jumps flat
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