Sea to Summit Hammock Suspension Straps

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Sea to Summit Camp & Hike Hammock Suspension Straps 694SS. These suspension straps make setting up your hammock exceptionally fast. At almost 10 feet long these straps can wrap around large trees and are quick and easy to adjust to achieve the ideal 30-degree hang.

- CampSaver.com

The Sea to Summit Hammock Suspension Straps Are reflective straps for hanging your hammock. A non-hanging hammock just won't do, because naps and sleeps need to be done while suspended between two trees. The reflective bits allow your headlamp to notify you where the hammock is, so you don't crash into it while walking around camp in the dark. Connects to Sea to Summit's Pro Hammock and Ultralight Hammock via Quick Connect Buckles. Features of the Sea to Summit Hammock Suspension Straps Designed to work with the Sea to Summit Pro Hammock and Ultralight Hammock Webbing glides smoothly through buckles for easy adjustment Unlike ?daisy chain? designs, the triglide buckle format provides infinite adjustment Extremely compact, straps can be stowed into the hammock compression sack Each strap has an overall length of 118?

- Moosejaw

Designed to attach directly to Sea to Summit Hammock's Quick Connect Buckles, the Suspension Straps make setting up your hammock exceptionally fast. At almost 10 feet long, these straps can wrap around even large trees and are quick and easy to adjust to achieve the ideal 30-degree hang. Made of 15mm non-stretch webbing with reflective thread for visibility at night and two high strength steel buckles.

- Summit Hut

Set up your hammock fast and get to relaxing with Sea to Summit hammock suspension straps. Almost 10 ft. long, they wrap around large trees and adjust easily to achieve the ideal 30deg hang.

- REI

Sometimes there won't be any trees close enough to hang your hammock. That's where Sea To Summit's Suspension Straps come in handy. These pieces of webbing extend almost ten feet long to wrap around larger trees as well as lengthen your tree possibilities.

- Backcountry.com

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