Spider Web 1.5 Straps

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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.

*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.

Tree straps have one 3.5 inch loop on one side and the other end is cut straight.

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

SKU DUT912-1

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  1. Question

    arq.faim

    I was thinking of using the Spiders with this Spider Web (1.5″ ?) Seems like an obvious match. But Spiders are a type of cinch buckle. So would that combo not work?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Correct, we do not suggest using buckles with these straps.

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    jasondshilling

    If I select “sew on clips” do they come sewn on or will I have to sew them on?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      These will be sewn onto the loops of the straps.

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    cabe42

    How well do these work with your toggles and a continuous loop setup?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      These straps do work with the Marlin Spike Hitch, just be sure to attach the Whoopie Slings to the knot, not the toggle.

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    riverstoneraven

    Do these have any loops sewn into them?

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      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Our straps have a sewn loop on one end, while our huggers have a sewn loop on both ends.

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    bandanko69

    does this product work well with your spider suspension?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      No it does not. Polyester webbing and Spider/Poly webbing work well with this Spiders.

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    dansmith1972 (verified owner)

    Do these work well with a becket knot? Does the knot hold or will it slip?

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      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Yes this works with the becket hitch; it is best practice to include a backup knot.

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  7. One person found this helpful
    evans.will

    Not for everyone, but impressive none the less

    evans.will (verified owner)

    These straps are hard to beat for size and weight when packed. What caught be off guard was how these straps feel like ribbon you’d use to wrap a present, yet they hold me up. I did have a becket hitch slip on me twice with these straps, but it was very late and night and I was rushing things so that probably has something to do with it. Also, if you have branches touching these straps (due to wind) they will make the oddest noises, like a guitar string. It makes sense that being so light and under such tension (230 pounds) it would be like a guitar string being rubbed or plucked, but I wasn’t expecting it before hand.

    TLDR: super light and super compact. Your knots have to be on point and cinched pretty hard before you put any weight in the hammock. Doesn’t suffer fools.

    Update on 2022-05-20:
    I recently slept for two nights during a camping trip with these straps in the humidity and the rain and they didn’t budge. I think my previous issues came from being new to tying the becket hitch and trying to do it in the middle of the night. This time, I made sure the knots looked good before I put weight on them and they stayed true and solid the whole trip. I highly recommend these straps!

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