All of our orders are shipped using US Postal Service first class parcel service. We use realtime standard retail pricing. In the US if your package is over 13 oz. the shipping changes to US Postal Service Flat Rate Priority and you are billed for that rate. For international orders your package stays at the USPS first class rate until you get to 3 1/2 lbs. After that you will need to contact us to arrange shipping options.
If tracking shows that the package was delivered and you did not get the package, please contact your postal office for more information.
On the back of the packing slip enclosed with your DutchWare order, please note the reason(s) for return and whether you wish to exchange the item(s) or receive a credit/refund (depending on the original form of payment). Please allow 10 to 14 days for DutchWare Gear to process your return.
We want you to be completely happy with your DutchWare order. If for any reason you are not satisfied, we will gladly accept your timely return of unused or defective merchandise. Returned merchandise should include the vendor packaging and tags and be in the same condition as when it was received. A pickup and/or restock fee may apply.
The simplest method is to wrap the strap around the tree and pull through existing loop on end of strap. Alternative methods include Dutch Clips or carabiners that can be attached to the loop. Once the strap is wrapped around the tree you can quickly secure the other to it without pulling all the webbing through the loop.
The Pup tent from DutchWare can be set up 2 ways. First, you can affix the peak of the pup tent to your hammock suspension and stake out the 3 corners. This option is lightweight and easy to achieve. The 2nd option is to use our pole system designed for the pup tent. This allows for a free standing tent by placing the poles around the tent and separating them out.
There are 2 main types of ridgelines for tarps, continuous or separated. A continuous ridgeline is 1 continuous piece of cord that runs from tree to tree. Your tarp is attached to the cord by prusik knots or some type of hardware. You can hang your tarp over the top or underneath of the continuous ridgeline depending on your personal preference. A separated ridgeline is a cordage that attaches to both ends of the tarp and around the tree. You can use specialized hardware, carabines or just knots to attach the cord to the tarp. Once the cord is attached to the tarp it goes around the tree and is attached back to itself using knots or hardware.