Hammock Tree Straps – 2000+ LB Breaking Strength, 20 Feet Long, 36 Loops. 100% No Stretch Polyester Adjustable Suspension Straps Like Python and ENO Atlas Straps (No Carabiners)

September 4, 2017 - Comment

3 Question to Ask Before Buying Hammock Straps I wouldn’t buy hammock straps without these answers. Question #1: Are they strong enough? The most common complaint I hear with other hammock straps is that they break. When they do, you fall. It’s scary, embarrassing, often painful, and people have gotten injured. Ouch! The Rallt Hammock

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3 Question to Ask Before Buying Hammock Straps I wouldn’t buy hammock straps without these answers. Question #1: Are they strong enough? The most common complaint I hear with other hammock straps is that they break. When they do, you fall. It’s scary, embarrassing, often painful, and people have gotten injured. Ouch! The Rallt Hammock Straps are also ultra-strong – 3/4″ polyester tubular webbing has a breaking strength of 2055 pounds! We use bar tack stitches, which are often stronger than the material they bind. Plus we back up each loop with a second bar tack stitch for maximum strength and safety. The main point is that you won’t fall and get hurt. Question #2: Will they stretch? You don’t want your hammock straps to stretch. If they do, you could end up cold, wet, and on the ground in the middle of the night. Our straps are 100% polyester, which will not stretch. They are completely different from nylon straps, which do stretch quite a bit, and should be avoided if you don’t want to be adjusting your hammock at 3am in the morning. Question #3: Are they long enough? If your straps aren’t long enough, then you won’t be able to use them on thicker tree trunks, or between trees that are far apart. We give you a generous 10 feet for each strap, making it possible to hang your hammock between trees that are over 20 feet apart, or on really big trees.

Product Features

  • SPECIFICATION. Each strap is 10 FT long (20 FT total), 18 carabiner loops (36 combined), 3/4-inch non-stretch polyester tubular webbing, and reflective tracers. Ultralight & compact, weighing only 11.7 OZ. 2,000+ LBS combined breaking strength tested. Carabiners not included. Compatible with all hammock brands including Rallt, Eagles Nest, Kammok and Grand Trunk.
  • SET UP IN SECONDS. Setup & relax in your hammock in 1 minute with our daisy-chain loop system! No complicated knots to learn. Wrap the strap around the tree and snap your hammock’s carabiner into one of 18 loops. Reflective stitching makes it easy to set up at night.
  • LONG ENOUGH FOR ANYTHING. Each strap is a generous 10 feet long to accommodate big trees or trees far apart. Capable of spanning distances of over 20 feet. Chain multiple straps together to cover greater distances. Perfect suspension for trees, posts, large rocks, roof racks, boat masts, docks, and more- great for camping, hiking, backpacking, cottage living – a must for your hammock outdoor furniture, outdoor patio furniture.
  • COMPACT AND ULTRALIGHT. Weighs 11.7 OZ with stuff sack and packs into a tiny 4″ x 4″ x 1.5″ package, making them great for backpacking.

Comments

J Beck says:

The price for these is fantastic and what drew me to buying them I have recently bought two sets of hammock straps, this set being the more recent. Let’s get the important point out of the way first. The price for these is fantastic and what drew me to buying them. I have spent way too much time on Amazon comparing hammock suspension straps and trying to find the best deal for the money. I settled on these as the price is worth the risk. The straps are not as wide as I thought they would be but that is not an issue for me. The design is compact. At first, I wasn’t sure about the loop design or stitching when I compared them to the other set I have but these straps have more rows of stitching per loop, so that is a plus. They handled a day of multiple children playing in the hammocks and lots of swinging without any signs of problems. If you can’t go with the big name brands, these are a good value and I would recommend them. (oh, and unlike other reviews I have seen for various hammock straps, I did not receive these at a discount for a…

Chris Z. says:

… just weren’t long enough to span many of the good spots to hang hammocks My old straps just weren’t long enough to span many of the good spots to hang hammocks. These add more than enough length to hit everything but the longest spaces between trees. There’s plenty of alternative uses for them as well – with some sticks this makes a handy ladder, they could be used to tow light objects, and probably are good for climbing.Also, the seller reaches out to you to ensure that you are satisfied with and know how to use the product. I feel more confident buying from this guy than from an average Amazon seller.

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