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Eagles Nest Outfitters SlapStrap Suspension Strap - 25mm - Pair

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    An adjustable hanging kit for the backyard or the backcountry.

    Choose your next resting spot, set up the Eagles Nest Outfitters Slapstrap, and get ready to relax. This lightweight hammock hanging kit features six different attachment points on each strap that let you custom adjust between your two anchor points (up to 20ft apart). The tree-friendly design is easy to set up and take down, and the included stuff sack keeps everything organized.
    • Item #EGN0004

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years
    Recommended Use
    hanging your hammock
    Claimed Weight
    12 oz
    Dimensions
    90 x 1 in
    Material
    tubular nylon webbing

    Tech Specs

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    Simple Necessity!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Rarely did I ever find trees that were just close enough to not need extra length for my hammock. These straps are so key to getting the perfect set up just about anywhere!

    Quality straps, easy to use

      These straps are awesome. Long lasting, high quality material used, just like their hammocks. They're very user friendly for those just learning to set up hammocks, as well as having multiple adjustment points to find that perfect spot for your hammock. Would definitely recommend these straps.

      Make Setup a Breeze

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These straps make setting up your hammock a breeze. They are very durable and have many attachment points allow you to easily set up your hammock in a variety of different places. Also these straps are compatible with any backpacking style hammock not just those made by ENO.

      Essential

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I used paracord or random straps for a while trying to keep my hammock up but eventually bought a pair of these and could not be happier. They come in a little ENO bag, just like the hammock bag, rolled up neatly, and they are compact- easy to travel with. Lightweight- you just roll them out, and set up the straps on whatever you can wrap/hook something on. I typically pull up to a spot, throw one end around my roof rack and one around whatever I parked next to for a great nap/break. Extremely durable, never feel unsafe, firm, and a HUGE range of adjustment. From up close to long distance, these are essential for any hammock purchase.

      Essential

      Get the ENO Atlas or Atlas XL instead

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I had these straps, but i find it is hard to get my hammock tight with how little straps they have. If you are wanting nice straps, get the ENO Atlas or Atlas XL. You won't regret it.

      First impression.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I won't be able to bust these bad boys out until the snow goes away and I'm back out camping, however my first impressions have me loving them. They're super lightweight and seem fairly straightforward which is a huge upgrade from my usual paracord set up I would make. I also knew I needed these straps when I realized paracord isn't exactly tree friendly. I like the red knapsack container it came in as well.

      Well Made - a Must

        These are simple to use (ridiculously simple), adjust to accommodate for different distances to anchor your hammock, and heavy-duty enough to accommodate for 1 or 2-person hammocks. Get a hammock, get the straps. Depending on the hammock you get, you may want to invest in a couple of carabiners as well. Check your hammock specs to see if it comes with them. If not, we've got 'em!

        will this suffice for hammock camping in...

        will this suffice for hammock camping in Yosemite National Park?? I was told I will need tree protection when using the hammock... any comments????

        is there a weight rating for this? I have...

        is there a weight rating for this? I have a double hammock and would like to know how much they can hold.