Titanium Dutch Clips (Pair)

$19.00

The titanium Dutch clip is designed specifically for webbing based hammock suspensions. This Dutch clip replaces a carabiner for a quick connection and release around the tree.

This new titanium version is stronger and weighs about half as much as the original version. You will never notice the 7 grams in your pack, but you will be marveled at how quick and easy it is to set up and tear down. Dutch clips are meant to be used only with hammocks that have a 30 degree angle or sag in the suspension.  Made by DutchWare, and of course Made in the USA.

weight: 16.24 g

Description

The titanium Dutch clip is designed specifically for webbing based hammock suspensions. This Dutch clip replaces a carabiner for a quick connection and release around the tree.

Now a new titanium version has emerged that is stronger and weighing in at about half the original version. You will never notice the 7 grams in your pack and be marveled at how quick and easy your set up and tear down will become. Dutch clips are meant to be used only with hammocks that have a 30 degree angle or sag in the suspension.  Made by DutchWare, and of course Made in the USA.

Dutch clips TI 
Item weighs 7.5 grams each (sold as pairs)
300 pound occupant weight limit.

Patent Number; D708,045 S

 

Additional information

Weight 16.24 g
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU MUS023

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  1. Derek Laubach

    Wish I had gotten the sewn on

    Derek Laubach (verified owner)

    I like this product a lot. But the first time out with them one of the clips came off as I was packing up, and I spent 20 minutes combing the ground to find it. I wish there was a way to better secure these on my huggers. In hind sight for this reason I wish I had gotten the sewn on version.

    I ordered an extra pair just to keep in my pack in case I drop one. Wondering if there is any hack I can apply to ensure they do not some off.

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