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2″ Polypropylene Huggers

$7.85$11.85

2 Inch Polypropylene Tree Huggers are for when you need a little more strength or a little more protection for the tree.  Perfect for double hammocks or states that have the 2 inch requirement. Sold by the pair.  Made by Dutchware and of course, Made in the USA.

*Sold in pairs*

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2 Inch Polypropylene Tree Huggers are for when you need a little more strength or a little more protection for the tree.  Perfect for double hammocks or states that have the 2 inch requirement. Sold by the pair.  Made by Dutchware and of course, Made in the USA.

*Sold in pairs*

Color: Black

Breaking Strength: 1,200 Pounds

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SKU DUT905

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  1. Question

    P_O_Ally

    There are getting to be enough hangers that we need to be conscious of the trees in campgrounds. I’m going to start hauling 2″ whenever we might be hanging in a heavy use spot. The vision of my mass drawing a piece of amsteel into the “usual place” in a polypro loop makes me worry about wear on something besides the tree. If I add a 42 g. ‘biner to protect the strap we are up to the weight of the seatbelt web. That is exactly what I’ll do for now.
    When might we see a 2″ Dutchclip or other dignified attachment?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      There is no plan to make a 2″ dutch clip as one of the purposes of the dutch clip is to save in weight and a 2″ dutch clip weighs the same as a carabiner. So we will recommend you to just use a carabiner.

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  2. tdykes61

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    tdykes61

    Polypropylene or polyester? I think there is a difference…

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      Yes there is a difference. Polypropylene will absorb less water and dry faster but polyester is more UV resistant. They are both synthetic materials so the color will not fade as it is a part of the material. The breaking strength will be similar as well.

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