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The cinch buckles are the most simplistic and easiest way to hang your hammock. These timeless devices have proven themselves in all kinds of weather. They are attached to the hammock with a 7/64th Amsteel continuous loop. A tree strap made from 1″ webbing provides all the adjustment. Just wrap your strap around the tree and fasten with your Dutch Clip. Pull the strap to get the right amount of sag and your done. No back-up knot is needed. It is highly recommended that a Ti Dutch Clip is used with this suspension as with any webbing based suspension.

Dutchware will splice a continuous loop directly on your cinch buckles to provide for the lines of the loop to be at the corners of the cinch buckle lessening the likeliness of the cinch buckle rotating. 8″ loops for non-Hennessey Hammocks, 15″ loops for Hennessey Hammocks.

If you would like a spliced loop in a color other than black please indicate in the message field of your order.

You options are for cinch buckles that are spliced on amsteel.  The webbing and clips are not an option on this page.

 

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SKU DJA001

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  1. Peter

    5 out of 5

    Peter (verified owner)

    Cinch Buckle

    I was looking for an easy and reliable way to hang and the cinch buckle definitely hit every box on my check list. I attached these to my hammocks with Amsteel Blue 1/8 onto 15′ polyester tree straps and I couldn’t be happier. I can make micro-adjustments if necessary and with a quick slippery half-hitch I feel confident that I wont make a sudden trip to the ground over night.

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  2. gunner76

    5 out of 5

    gunner76

    While a little bit on the heavy side compared to other suspension systems I have used, they make up for it in being the easiest to use.

    While a little bit on the heavy side compared to other suspension systems I have used, they make up for it in being the easiest to use. Also no back up knots are required. Combine these with Dutch Clips and you will be the first one to get your hammock set up and relaxing it while others are still adjusting their suspension.

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  3. Spinalfusion

    5 out of 5

    Spinalfusion

    These worked great for me at the beginning.

    These worked great for me at the beginning. They are on the heavy side and now that I am better setting up my hammock I use whoopie slings with a MSH tied into my straps.

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  4. Davina Swan

    5 out of 5

    Davina Swan

    These are so easy to use!

    These are so easy to use! I’m a newcomer to the hammock game so wanted something slightly easier than knots, at least to get started. I attached these to amsteel continuous loops (prusik knot style) and go to the 12′ webbing I currently have as my suspension set up.

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  5. Jkthorne

    5 out of 5

    Jkthorne

    super easy to use i recommend these to any new hammocker just 1 inch webbing and your good to go anywhere.

    super easy to use i recommend these to any new hammocker just 1 inch webbing and your good to go anywhere.

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  6. Ryan Mugele

    5 out of 5

    Ryan Mugele

    Super light and affordable suspension option, the Cinch bug setup is easier set it and forget it over all, but on a budget don’t hesitate with these.

    Super light and affordable suspension option, the Cinch bug setup is easier set it and forget it over all, but on a budget don’t hesitate with these.

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  7. Russell Visger

    5 out of 5

    Russell Visger

    Great product, no sharp edges to snag your webbing.

    Great product, no sharp edges to snag your webbing. Super easy setup, my 10yo daughter uses them. My wife liked them so much she is switching to them from whoopie slings!

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