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Whether you're setting up a end-of-trail sleeping spot between a couple of trees or just looking for a perfect spot in your backyard to spend an afternoon, the Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Hammock Suspension System secures your hammock so you can sleep soundly and safely pretty much anywhere you can find a couple of trees.

  • Poly-filament webbing with attachment whorls is strong enough for you to throw a few people in your hammock without fear of a fall-out
  • A total of 30 adjustment points make sure that you'll be able to configure a prime rigging system pretty much wherever you go
  • Weighing a light eleven ounces, this suspension system won't over-burden your pack

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5 5

Gold

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I chose to purchase the Atlas Straps instead of the Slap Straps because of a few not so great reviews on the Slap Straps and really good reviews about Atlas. I have not been disappointed once with these. Had these for about a year now. Went hammocking every weekend during the summer/fall and never had any issues with tree spacing or attaching the hammock. Highly recommend!

4 5

Easy, excellent, and expensive.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Eno has their designs down, I bought the atlas strap combined with the single nest and its the best hammock I've ever owned. I was hesitant at first due to the cost but you get what you pay for.

The hammock is durable, and comfortable, and the atlas straps are simple to use and easy to adjust, with around 2-6 feet of adjustment room allowing you to setup in a variety of situations.
An option you can consider if you don't want to spend the moolah on the atlas straps is to purchase 4 nsr straps, and you can make your own hammock straps for a third of the cost. The tradeoff of course is efficiency, weight, and pack-ability.

link to nsr straps: http://www.backcountry.com/nrs-1in-tie-down-straps?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6cmFmdCBzdHJhcDoxOjM6cmFmdCBzdHJh

5 5

Eno got it right this time!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I make my own tree straps using polyester webbing, but got these as a gift and really like them. They are made of polyester (so they don't stretch), unlike the slap straps that are made of nylon and stretch quite a bit. If you are new to hammocking or don't want to make your own gear, then these are a great option.

5 5

Simply the best

These are super easy to setup, you could probably do it in the dark if you have your trees picked out already. So much better than the slap straps , it makes you wonder why they even made the slap strap in the first place. I highly recommend these straps over other hammock suspension options out there.

5 5

Great straps for quick and easy set up.

I have a hennessy hammock that I use when backpacking and these straps make set up and take down a breeze. The 30 attachment points make looking for that perfect distance for good tension a thing of the past. I just tied a loop in the rope close to the hammock and then used a carabiner to attach to the straps. Set up time is now around 3 minutes.

Great straps for quick and easy set up.
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That's a nice looking hammock spot, diggin the palms!