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Adutchable Clips (pair)

$20.00

This innovative clip is an adjustable buckle and a Dutch Clip all in one.  It can be used with a 15 foot webbing strap as the entire suspension or in conjunction with a whoopie sling as an adjustable hugger.

*Adutchable Clips can only be used with polyester or spider/poly straps as they will not hold on UHMWPE webbing

22 in stock

weight: 23.9 g

Description

This innovative clip is an adjustable buckle and a Dutch Clip all in one.  It can be used with a 15 foot webbing strap as the entire suspension or in conjunction with a whoopie sling as an adjustable hugger.  The unique open end design enables the used to free up the ends and easily slide the Adutchable Clip to the desired spot on the webbing and then locked firmly into place by putting it under the back leg.   This works with Tree Straps but not Huggers.  There must be one open end.

*Adutchable Clips can only be used with polyester or spider/poly straps as they will not hold on UHMWPE webbing

Sold by the Pair.

Weight – 28 grams per pair.

Additional information

Weight 23.9 g
SKU MUS061

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  1. Dave

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    Admin Dave

    What is the weight limit of these?

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      300 pounds

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  2. Georanger99

    5 out of 5

    Georanger99

    Excellent product!

    Excellent product! Very lightweight and highly adjustable. With these Dutch clips I’ve lightened my load, setup speed is improved, and the adutchability is amazing! Great product…highly recommended!

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  3. Dwayne Owens

    5 out of 5

    Dwayne Owens

    Love them!

    Love them! I was using carabiners before and I have to admit that these clips work great and they are light weight. So with that combination you can’t go wrong.
    Thanks, Dutch

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  4. Derek Hansen

    Derek Hansen

    Dutch sent me an email about a new product he was working on.

    Dutch sent me an email about a new product he was working on. I was surprised when I opened the package to discover a titanium Dutch Clip, or the Dutch Clip | ti. The design is, of course, updated—sleek and refined. At first, I wasn’t sure how to use them. The size and form is so much different than the original, aluminum Dutch Clip. The form is much more in line with a mini carabiner without a gate or mechanism. This new, rounded shape lends itself better, in my opinion, to the webbing straps, but allowing the material to bend around the metal without potential abraision.

    The weight for the pair of clips is only 16 grams.

    I took them backpacking and I can say I’m already converted. As I mentioned, the inner curve works nicely with the webbing strap and the clip made it very easy to attach around the tree.

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  5. ShawnClark

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    Admin ShawnClark

    Will these work with Kevlar Straps?

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      They do but you have to take special care they are laying flat in the clip. You don’t want them folded over or they could slip.

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  6. Tim S

    5 out of 5

    Tim S

    My fav Dutchware Product

    I’ve been using these for the past year on all my straps including 2.2 kevlar, dy/poly and poly. I don’t swap them out, I bought a whole bunch ’em. Ya can’t have too many!

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  7. DavidCrabtree

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    Admin DavidCrabtree

    Will these work with the spider web 2.0 straps?

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      If you would like to use the spider web 2.0 which sounds like what you are after I will let you know that it will not work with any type of “buckle”. The same would go for this hardware that I would recommend the Dyneema/Poly tree straps or the Polyester tree straps.

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  8. John Goens

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    John Goens

    Will this work with DYNEEMA/POLYPRO TREE STRAPS

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      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes they will work with the dyneema polypro straps

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  9. Dan Lanctot

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    Dan Lanctot

    Will these work with 3000# straps?

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