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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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Dutch Clip

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

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4.8 out of 5 stars

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4 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    Tracey Nickerson

    5 out of 5

    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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  2. captnmrk

    5 out of 5 Huggers

    captnmrk (verified owner)

    The pair of tree huggers are amazingly light. I have truly enjoyed working with Dutchware who have unquestionably stood behind their product!

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  3. colinleath

    5 out of 5 very nice

    colinleath (verified owner)

    I’ve been using the 15′ straps for three+ months now, setting up and taking down my hammock daily at least a third of that time.

    the straps will bunch up, but I smooth them flat with my fingers before packing them, and that seems to keep them nice and flat. I use the hammock hitch on my amsteel continuous loops– no hardware.

    Felt a bit foolish spending more on this than on my hammock (I just put a knot in the ends of some 1.0 hexon or nylon for that) but this is the lightest suspension option I’ve tried. And the knot doesn’t slip and remains easy to undo.

    In my current spot I’m actually using most of the 15′ of strap, but generally I think most people will most often use far less of the strap–

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  4. tempist

    5 out of 5 Featherlight

    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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