This 3-inch US Cargo strap has a leather patch sewn onto the strap denoting the strap load limit. Most manufacturers label their straps, but some lesser brands may not. A general rule of thumb is to choose a snatch strap with a minimum breaking strength of two to three times the gross weight of the lighter vehicle under recovery. Too light a strap and you risk breaking it. Too heavy a strap and you’ll get ineffective stretch and more impact loading on the attachment points on the vehicles.