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Spider Web 2.0 Straps and Huggers

$16.50$58.75

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.

*Sold in pairs*

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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.

Please note Spider Web 2.0 has not tested well with Cinch Buckles or other buckle style hardware.

Specs:

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

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Dutch Clip

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

SKU DUT901

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  1. R. Andrew Moore

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    R. Andrew Moore

    Does this strap come with loops sewn on each end?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      If you purchase huggers there will be a loop on either end. If you purchase straps there will only be a loop on one end.

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  2. Paul Chapman

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    Paul Chapman

    What suspension hardware is best used with this webbing? Or should this webbing be only be used with marlin spike and toggle set up?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      We do not recommend that you use any buckle with this suspension as it will not hold and does slip. Marlin spike hitch would be a good option. If you would like to use a buckle you will need to use the dyneema/polypro straps or the polyester straps.

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  3. Chris Rondeau

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    Chris Rondeau

    If you tie a slippery hitch with the tag end of the strap just above the buckle will that keep the straps from slipping?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      We do not recommend using spider webbing with buckles. Buckles work well with polyester and dyneema/polypro webbing.

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  4. ssmoot

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    ssmoot (verified owner)

    On the strap version, will a Becket Hitch work to tie it to amsteel whoopies (stock Ridgerunner whoopies)? Or do I risk slipping and ending up on the ground in the middle of the night?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      Normally the becket hitch is used as your adjustment point however you already have that with the whoopie slings so in that case I would recommend using the marlin spike hitch with a toggle.

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  5. jbrelwof

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    jbrelwof

    So buckles are out, but what about Adutchable Clips? Will they work (safely) with these when used as an adjustable hugger with the a whoppie sling attached directly to the closed loop end?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      yes you can use the dutch clip and the adutchable clip

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  6. malcolm.habeeb

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    malcolm.habeeb

    Would a prusik knot around this hold a load? Or would it just slide?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      NO that would not work and it would slip

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