Spider/Poly Huggers

$8.20$28.55

This is a 1 inch UHMWPE and polypropylene mixed webbing which is what gives it the cool look. We’ve designed this webbing to be a lighter weight (5.5 grams per foot) alternative to regular polyester webbing but still work with buckles unlike kevlar webbing.

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This is a 1 inch UHMWPE and polyester mixed webbing which is what gives it the cool look. We’ve designed this webbing to be a lighter weight (5.5 grams per foot) alternative to regular polyester webbing but still work with buckles unlike kevlar webbing. This is a great middle ground when it comes to webbings. The key features of this webbing are that it weighs less than polyester webbing,  has very low stretch and it works perfect with cinch buckles, spiders, Dutch buckles, etc.

Tree huggers have one 3.5 inch loop on both sides.  They can be used whoopie sling and whoopie hook suspensions.

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Rated by the manufacturer up to 1500lb breaking strength.

Weighs 5.5 grams per foot

*Sold in pairs*

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Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in
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Dutch Clip

Titanium Dutch Clip (Pair), Sew-On Dutch Clips (Pair), No Dutch Clip

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  1. One person found this helpful

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    Alys Spillman

    Can you clarify the difference between a tree hugger and a strap?

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      Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      A tree hugger will have a loop on either end and the strap will only have a loop on one end.

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    connermcgrew

    I already have the beetle buckle suspension kit. If I order a 7′ hugger set, would it work with the beetle buckles I have currently?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      Huggers will not work as both ends have a sewn loop. You will need to get either the 6′ or 8′ strap as the strap will have an open end to put the beetle buckle hardware on it.

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  3. emilyartichoke

    So light!

    emilyartichoke (verified owner)

    I got the 5′ huggers to use with homemade whoopie slings and replace my Atlas straps. The whole set up (huggers, slings) weighs less than one Atlas strap! Fantastic!

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    Jonah

    Would these straps slip if I’m just using the becket hitch?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      The spider/poly straps will work with the Beckett hitch.

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  5. nchsgriz55

    Upgrade!

    nchsgriz55 (verified owner)

    I upgraded my cheap hammock suspension daisy chain system to the Dutchware cinch buckle with 12′ spider-poly straps. So far im 100% satisfied with the upgrade. I get the perfect hang everytime! I went with the spider-poly straps with the cinch buckles because I weigh in at 300lbs. I feel more secure with the weight limits vs the poly straps with the cinch buckles. So far theres been no slipping on the cinch buckles. Although, I do use a slippery half hitch off the buckles just in case. I recommend for the heavier folks out there who enjoy the hang.

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