Spider Web 2.0 Straps & Huggers (Pair)

$53.00

Spider Web 2.0 webbing is the newest and lightest hammock suspension webbing on the market. It has a 1500 pound breaking strength and weighs just 2 grams per foot. The weave on this webbing is extremely tight compared to other webbings. It has almost no stretch and doesn’t absorb much water. This makes it ideal for hammock suspensions.

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Spider Web 2.0 webbing is the newest and lightest hammock suspension webbing on the market. It has a 1500 pound breaking strength and weighs just 2 grams per foot. The weave on this webbing is extremely tight compared to other webbings. It has almost no stretch and doesn’t absorb much water. This makes it ideal for hammock suspensions.

*As Is No Refunds or Exchanges*

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

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  • Dimensions 1″ wide
  • Weight per each 2 grams per foot
  • Materials UHMWPE
  • Common Uses straps

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  1. Question

    Admin JoshuaErlandsen

    Do these come with a sewn-in loop on one end?

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      Yes they do, about a 4 inch loop.

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  2. Dublinlin

    5 out of 5

    Dublinlin (verified owner)

    These are awesome!

    I love how wispy light the Spider Web Tree Straps are! I purchased a 12 foot pair and have used them extensively. They don’t take up hardly any room or add any appreciable weight to the ultra-light hammock I keep in my glove-box for lunches in the park and other spur of the moment hangs. I’ve been using the J Bend “knot” to suspend my hammock with these straps. The straps have worked well! I do take a few minutes and stretch/flatten them back out before folding them up to pack back in with my hammock each time after I’ve used them because they roll up lengthwise becoming more cord-like than broad strap-like when knotted, but they always flatten back out easily.

    I had to buy a second pair for my 21 year old daughter. She had a fit over them the first time she saw me using them. They ARE awesome!

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  3. Question

    Admin Ben

    By my calculations from the descriptions these straps are lighter than 7/64″ whoopie slings (per foot). Is that right?

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      That is correct. Whoopies are about 3 grams per foot and these are 2.

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  4. ken

    3 out of 5

    ken (verified owner)

    Into the trash can

    Preparing for my weekend I took my new 15′ 2.0 spiderwebs to the local park, hammock test lab, to see which Knots would work the best for me with the straps. With less than 20 minutes Hang time and with a whopping 140 lbs all was fine till I was putting them away and I found a 1/4″ tear in one of them.

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  5. Question

    Admin Ben

    What would be the recommended attachment methods to suspend a hammock?
    I’ve read that most hardware won’t work with these straps. Are there methods that would give a easy disconnection point, water break, and adjustability?

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    • admin

      If you wanted to use the spider web I would recommend using the whoopie slings with spliced on whoopie hooks. If you would like to go in another direction I would check out the beetle buckle suspension system as these are very adjustable and easy to use. We recommend the Polyester straps or the Spider/Polypro straps and they will work great.

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  6. DonP

    5 out of 5

    DonP (verified owner)

    great and strong and uber light

    Got these in, and when I added my Strap Anchors to each the total weight of both straps with anchors is 2.8 ounces! My whoopie sling setup is heavier than that. One thing though, they are also very slick. Putting the strap anchors on the way they were on my old straps, I found they wouldn’t hold unless I double threaded them. Once that was done, the anchors stayed put. Recommend these for their weight alone.

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  7. Question

    Pletcha2002

    If cinch buckles dont work well, what is the ideal hardware to use to go from strap to continuous loop on the hammock?
    Thanks!
    Mark

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    • One person found this helpful
      Carolyn

      Carolyn

      With the spider webbing you can use a marlin spike hitch, whoopie hook suspension, or a Beckett. It is not meant to work with metal hardware and if you would like to go that route I would suggest that you take a look at the spider/poly straps.

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