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Hammock Bliss Tree Strap - Pair

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    4.5523

    23 Reviews

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    Make setup easier with the Hammock Bliss Tree Straps.

    String your hammock up with the bark friendly Hammock Bliss Tree Straps. These 65-inch long pieces of nylon webbing help you hang your hammock from trees up to 20 feet apart. The 1.5-inch wide Tree Straps evenly distribute your weight so that you don't damage the trees in your backyard. The adjustable straps make setup and take down a snap, and they fold into a 3x5 inch travel case for easy storage.
    • Item #HMK0017

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon webbing
    Dimensions
    65 x 1.5 in
    Storage Sack
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    6 oz
    Recommended Use
    hammocking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Exactly what you'd want from tree straps

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Honestly, these things are solid. It is going to be exactly what you expect from tree straps, just a piece of nylon webbing to help string up your hammock! It is just that nylon webbing, with a loop on each end to attach your hammock straps. I recently tied it up onto a wooden awning, and it worked perfectly. It comes in a nice little carrying bag too, so that is nice!

    Easy as pie

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Setting up my hammock with these is ridiculously easy. I was lounging for 15 minutes at least while my friends were struggling to put up their hammocks with cord and rope.

    Update: While setup is still simple, I have found the straps to stretch, especially if the weather is damp (full disclosure, I weigh over 200lbs, perhaps a smaller person wouldn't have this issue). I still like this product though, I haven't been driven to try another brand yet!

    Good for me and good for the trees

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These straps are very easy to use, makes setting up my hammock very easy. They don't slip on the tree and when I pack up the tree is just as it was when I arrived. They have ample length and are very versatile. They pack up small so I can stick them in the hammock's bag.

    Almost a necessity.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    You definitely don't need these to set up your hammock but you should. They are super light, don't take up any room, and make setting up your hammock a breeze. They will prolong the life of the rope that runs through your hammock as well as the trees that you are hanging from. At the price I really see no reason not to pick up a pair of these if you have a hammock.

    7 years

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    One of my straps finally broke after 7 years of hard use -- to be more correct, it actually was sliced (by the sharp edge of a 4x4). I've used these to hang from street signs poles, columns, my car, countless trees, and tons of other vaguely cylindrical objects; these are wide enough to comfortably grip anything. These come in a teeny tiny stuff sack and pack down equally teeny tiny -- I ended up forgoing the stuff sack and stuffing them into my hammock's stuff sack.



    Love, love, love these.

    Lightwieght option

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I had the eno slapstrap pro, then I got these. They are awesome! They are MUCH lighter, and surprisingly easy to use. They can be adjusted to almost any length you need, and are so light you can throw in some paracord as an extension. I have used them all over the place, and they have held up well. These are the lightweight option. The only downside is the price.

    Good for a few more feet.

      I took these out camping this past week, and I was pleased with the product. When I first looked at two trees, I thought to myself, this is probably about as far as the trees can be appart (maybe 18 foot spread), so I took these straps out to their furthest length. Much to my surprise, they had to be adjusted in, and I probably had another 3 feet to go. Obviously, the distance you can go will depend on your setup, but I would have had to cut some more rope and make knots to accommodate what these straps took care of easily.



      My only drawback after receiving these, and seeing them, is that I believe I could have made some similar straps for much cheaper. Don't get me wrong, they are of a good quality, and like I said, they come in handy... but $15 for $2 worth of nylon sewed together at the ends.... well, I guess it just depends on how lazy you are feeling. In hindsight, I wish I would have tried to make them myself.



      4 stars because they work well and are convenient.

      Meets expectations

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I use these with my eno double nest and they work great. They are quite durable and haven't ripped or torn at all, even with two people sitting in the hammock. If you want more versatility as far as distance goes, you'll definitely want the longer ones. The small carrying pouch is handy.

      Does what they're supposed to...

        Yes, you could make your own for cheaper and just to clarify on a previous review, carabiners don't come with these straps (at least mine didn't).

        They work well for me and work on trees with under a 22 inch diameter.

        Are these compatible with all hammocks,...

        Are these compatible with all hammocks, specifically theTexsport La Paz Hammock (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000P9GZUA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER)?

        Are thse compatible with all hammocks?...

        Are thse compatible with all hammocks? Specifically the Texsport La Paz Hammock (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000P9GZUA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER)?

        do these straps come with carabiners to...

        do these straps come with carabiners to attach to the hammock? I have an eagles nest hammock without straps and thought I might go with these instead of their $20 straps.

        Also wondering about the weight max, and...

        Also wondering about the weight max, and will these tighten around a tree are just loop around. The pic looks like if there is no wieght pulling on the strap it will just be fall loose.

        That's what I thought the first time I used this system, but take my word that the more weight that is in the hammock the sturdier around the tree it gets. I've wrapped my hammock straps around smooth birch trees and it has been fine. I don't know the max weight, but I'd imagine it could hold a good load. My friend weighs 220 lbs and he is held up with ease.