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Spider Web 1.5 Straps and Huggers

$19.00$69.50

Spider Web 1.5 webbing is the newest and lightest hammock suspension webbing on the market. It has a 1000 pound breaking strength and weighs just 1.5 grams per foot. The weave on this webbing is extremely tight compared to other webbing. It has almost no stretch and doesn’t absorb much water. This makes it ideal for hammock suspensions.

*Sold in pairs*

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Spider Web 1.5 webbing is the newest and lightest hammock suspension webbing on the market. It has a 1000 pound breaking strength and weighs just 1.5 grams per foot. The weave on this webbing is extremely tight compared to other webbing. It has almost no stretch and doesn’t absorb much water. This makes it ideal for hammock suspensions.

Please note Spider Web 1.5 has not tested well with Cinch Buckles or other buckle style hardware.

Specs:

  • Weight per each 1.5 grams per foot
  • Dimensions 1″ wide
  • Materials UHMWPE
  • Common Uses straps and huggers, Hammock Suspension
  • Sold in Pairs

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

SKU DUT912

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  1. Scott Springer

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    Scott Springer

    I assume Cinch Bugs are considered a buckle style hardware, therefore do not work well with Spider Web 1.5? also is the weight for a 15′ pair 45g?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      That is correct that the cinch bugs will not work with that kind of strap. You will need to go with a polyester strap and or the spider/poly strap. The weight for the 15′ straps without dutch clips is 53.6 grams.

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  2. One person found this helpful
    mhusmann

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    mhusmann

    Pretty new to hammock systems so not completely aware of the endless types of suspensions.

    I recently bought hummingbird tree straps (normal ones) and found that they are too short for some of the trees in my area (WA). From looking at them, they are 5′ tree hugger webbing (loops on both ends) attached to a fixed eye whoopie sling that is about 3’4” via larks head to one of the webbing loops.

    I am unable to get their larger size webbing which comes in at about 12’7” for just the tree hugger style webbing. Their hammock attaches to suspension via a kind of soft carabiner that is fixed to the hammock.

    With this in mind, I am trying to create my own straps at this point in order to suit my needs for some pretty hefty trees in this area. I notice you offer tree hugger style straps in 4′, 5′, and 7′ lengths but you offer normal straps (with just 1 looped end) at much longer lengths.

    Is there a general reason for this that I am missing? Is it because straps become their own adjustable suspension via various knots to a carabiner which clips to a hammock, whereas huggers are reliant upon another piece like the whoopie sling?

    I enjoy the minimalism of the huggers attached to a fixed eye whoopie sling via larks head idea, but feel that I am missing something important. I hope this all makes sense. Is there any way to get huggers in at least 12′? Does this defeat the purpose of a simpler (but also just as light) system that I am unaware of?

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      DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      Yes that would be a good choice, however may I suggest the gear aid bug mesh patch kit. This will cover a 3″ diameter and doesnt require any sewing.

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  3. Jay Rees

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    Jay Rees

    This material seems best suited for a marlin spike/toggle then?

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      DutchWare Gear

      Yes, that would be a good suspension option for this webbing.

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  4. ernstne

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    ernstne

    Do these 1.5 Spider Webs hold well with a Beckett hitch? Thanks!

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  5. Tracey Nickerson

    Tracey Nickerson

    Still waiting to hear the answer on the beckett hitch before i order these to replace my kevlar straps. Thanks!

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  6. J Hess

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    J Hess

    How should I interpret 1,000 lb braking strength? I am 250lbs….would this be strong enough?

    I also am wondering about the beckett hitch the other guy asked about.

    Thanks!

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      Yes the 1.5 will hold your weight and should be no problem. Yes the straps will work with the becket hitch or the marlin spike hitch. You however will not be able to use buckles with the spider web straps.

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  7. tempist

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    tempist (verified owner)

    These guys are crazy light! For those questioning whether they hold knots well, I can attest that they do. The only issue is that they are so thin that they can be difficult to untie after the knot is loaded. I haven’t had too much issue with beckets or j-bends, but larks heads can be a pain to undo. I’ll be buying some longer straps in the future for when my huggers are too short.

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