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Spider Daisy Chain Webbing (by Foot)

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This unique Daisy Chain is made from Spider webbing instead of polyester giving it the ultra light advantage. It has interwoven 3” loops and is made from UHMWPE coming in at 4.89 grams per foot. In comparison a whoopie sling will be 3 grams per foot and polyester is 7 grams per foot. This 1” wide daisy chain webbing can be used as an adjustable hugger or with a carabiner as an all webbing suspension strap. 

10045 in stock

weight: 4.9 g

Description

This unique Daisy Chain is made from Spider webbing instead of polyester giving it the ultra light advantage. It has interwoven 3” loops and is made from UHMWPE coming in at 4.89 grams per foot. In comparison a whoopie sling will be 3 grams per foot and polyester is 7 grams per foot. This 1” wide daisy chain webbing can be used as an adjustable hugger or with a carabiner as an all webbing suspension strap. 

Specifications: 
Weight – 4.89 grams per foot 
3” Interwoven loops 
1500lb Breaking strength on the loops 
3000lb Breaking strength overall
1” Wide

Additional information

Weight 4.9 g
SKU SOV014

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  1. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    Paul Chance

    5 out of 5 Best choice for chains.

    Paul Chance (verified owner)

    My previous review seems to have disappeared but as I’ve had time to use these, my awareness of their difference to the competition is more acute:
    They are lighter
    The loops are closer together giving more precise increments for “best fit”
    They cost less
    They are way prettier
    They work for large and small trees. Other straps come in around 9 feet and they can be too small for trees in the Pacific Northwest. One manufacturer makes and XL chain, but just the tail that goes round the tree is longer. As such, it is more trouble with smaller trees.

    The spider chain is “Nothing but loop” so a long length will wrap and connect around a small tree just as easily has a large tree. Because the spider chain is so light, there is hardly any penalty for getting one a little longer – just in case.

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  2. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Chris Polhamus

    5 out of 5 So light, so foolproof!

    Chris Polhamus (verified owner)

    I am amazed how light these are. I gave my son a pair for Christmas to replace his Atlas straps then ordered a pair for my new netless hammock. Same price for 10′ straps as that other kind, but these are a foot longer, all loop, and significantly lighter. I’ve found my alternative to cinch buckles. My hammock, these straps, and hardware came in right at 16oz!

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  3. Michael Raymo

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    Michael Raymo

    If I wanted two 10 ft straps do I just order 20 ft and cut it in half? will the ends fray or is there something i do to the ends like melt them or fabric glue?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes you will order 20ft and then if you put a note on your order for us to cut them into 2 10′ sections we will. If you do not please cut them in the middle of a loop not to compromise strength.

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