Which of these straps is better for recovery?
"Tow Strap, Loop Ends, 3 in. Width x 30 ft. Length, 30,000 lbs. Rating, Gray, Nylon, Each
Towing made easy and safe.
Made of durable, high-strength nylon, these Explorer Pro Comp tow straps resist weather, moisture, and abrasion, and have super-stitched, leather over-wrapped end loops for added durability. $70.95"
"Tow Strap, Loop Ends, 3 in. Width x 30 ft. Length, 30,000 lbs. Rating, Yellow, Polypropylene, Each
Free stuck or disabled vehicles.
These heavy duty tow straps can be real lifesavers in emergency situations. They feature nylon webbing that stretches up to 20 percent during use, and then recoil to their original length when done. They're stronger and lighter than a chain, and more compact than a rope, so there's no excuse for not having one in your truck or SUV. $47.88"
I like the Procomp because it seems to be better made but it doesn't say anything about stretching for recovery. Does it? Which would you go with? I'm trying to get all my recovery gear ready for winter.