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1″ Woven Daisy Chain Webbing (by the foot)

$0.75

This is not your normal daisy chain webbing! This webbing is WOVEN together and not sewn together. This gives the webbing added strength while limiting the overall weight of the webbing.

This webbing is sold by the foot and works great for new sew tree straps, tree huggers, gear hangers, and much more!

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Description

This is not your normal daisy chain webbing! This webbing is WOVEN together and not sewn together. This gives the webbing added strength while limiting the overall weight of the webbing.

This webbing is sold by the foot and works great for new sew tree straps, tree huggers, gear hangers, and much more!

If you are using this for a DIY project all that is needed to finish the ends is to a lighter or hot cutter to seal it up. There is no sewing needed.

NOTE: If you want these cut to a certain size for tree straps or huggers please leave us a note and we’ll gladly cut them in separate pieces. Example: You want 2 – 4ft Huggers, purchase quantity of 8 and leave us a note that you want 2 – 4ft pieces. Otherwise we will ship in 1 continuous piece.

Specs:

Width: 1 inch

Weight: 13.9 grams per foot

Overall Webbing Break Strength: 5000 pounds

Individual Loop Break Strength: 2000 pounds

Additional information

Weight 13.88 g
SKU SOU001

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  1. nj4x4fever

    5 out of 5

    nj4x4fever (verified owner)

    Tough as nails and Lays flat

    I purchased this product for the use of the daisy chain weaved into the strap. I have made a 4 foot set of tree straps. This product is super strong and lays flat and can be rolled up easily and put in with my essentials gear bag with tarp stakes and other Dutch Bling. I highly recommend it. I will also be sewing a piece of this material to the side of all my gear bags giving me high strength loops to attach other gear to my packs. I Look forward to what others have to say about this versatile piece of gear.

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  2. Tom

    5 out of 5

    Tom (verified owner)

    Simplifies hanging a hammock

    I bought this webbing for my wife in an attempt to ease her frustration with hanging her hammock when we go canoeing. She does not go that often and forgets the steps necessary to get a good hang. This eliminated any knots, buckles, whoopy slings, etc and allowed her to just wrap around the tree and pick a couple of loops to attach the carabiners to. Adjustments are done simply moving to a loop up or down the webbing. Could not get much easier.
    Granted this was the first time out with these, but she liked them and now feels like she can hang her own hammock.

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  3. Question

    mechers

    Are the loops big enough to fit 1.5-2″ diameter rods?

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      1.5″ would be a possibility but not 2″

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  4. Question

    David Gordhamer

    For suspension, do you wrap around the tree and feed one end through the first loop so it sinches around the tree and one and dangles, or double wrap and hook two loops and have to dangling ends?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      It will be adjustable and depend on he size of the tree. You will need to wrap it around the tree and then feed it through the daisy chain loop that works with the size of the tree. Or you could use a carabiner to connect the end of the daisy chain to the correlating daisy chain loop that works with the tree diameter.

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  5. ollin

    5 out of 5 It's just easy

    ollin (verified owner)

    Well what I can say is “Super fast shipping from Dutch” I’m using these as part of a suspension for my 18 year old double Mayan hammock. Even though I have fixed mounting position on the porch if I ever want to go to the park with the “Big Mamma Mayan” I do want to save the trees.

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  6. Greg Redekop

    5 out of 5 great service, great product...

    Greg Redekop (verified owner)

    Shipped to me the day after I purchased it, received 3 days later ( GREAT service ), cut to my specifications ( 2 x 12 foot, 331 grams )… works great… totally simplified my suspension!

    Thanks Dutch!

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  7. Kevino

    5 out of 5 These straps are awesome!

    Kevino (verified owner)

    I bought these mostly as a backup, and to just sort leave permanently on the trees in my backyard so I wouldn’t have to bother putting straps up/taking them down every time I hang, but they slowly replaced my beloved whoopie slings. I can’t coherently explain what it is about them, it’s just so much better than any of my previous suspensions, as far as the ultimate simplicity, strength, and price ratios. I quickly bought another pair and sewed some Velcro strips onto the ends so that I can roll them up into a hockey puck shape disc and the Velcro holds secures them in that shape while being stored. I doubt I’ll ever go back to whoopies, I love the additional attachments points for clipping on my underquilt and hanging shoes, ditty bags, dirty clothes, etc. excellent way to keep items off the ground that you don’t want in your pack all night. I’ll be using these until a dyneema version comes out, I can not recommend these enough. Everybody should have a set of these.

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  8. Slack Packhiker

    5 out of 5

    Slack Packhiker (verified owner)

    No Fuss No Fail

    These chains work, plain and simple. They’re lightweight and streamlined and strong. A comfortable hang is possible in seconds and with no fuss, there’s big value with that.

    With welded chains, rather than stitching, the daisy chain has been innovatived by Dutch.

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  9. Charles

    5 out of 5

    Charles (verified owner)

    One of the simplesr hammock suspensions out there, like these much better than the stitched ones.

    A really nice option for those who like to try different setups or those who just want something simple that works.

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  10. David

    5 out of 5

    David (verified owner)

    Now this is the way to hang!

    Sure whoopie slings are lightweight and have a “cool factor” but even I got tired of fiddling with them when weight is not a huge concern. So I switched most of my rigs to cinch buckles and straps. Little heavier but much easier, or so I thought.

    These daisy chains? Yeah, now these are easy. Was concerned there would not be enough “links” to dial in just right. Not the case. Over the past few weeks I’ve hung different set ups from different trees and these worked perfectly every time. And, oh so easy.

    The older I get the easier I want things to be…..try these, you’ll love them!

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  11. sqidmark

    5 out of 5

    sqidmark (verified owner)

    Never thought I’d say this, but I actually like this stuff

    When Dutch first asked HF members what they thought of it, I pretty much dissed it as of no interest to me. Sometime later as I was working on a double hanging project to use a single hugger at each tree, (I refer to this as the tree belt for two) Dutch suggested I try his daisy chain. After some experimenting I found a heavy duty stainles ladder lock that worked perfectly with this webbing. The only downside is that the ladder lock is 36grams. It’s worth it to me for the convenience. I use soft shackles to connect each hammock suspension to the daisy chain right at the tree, as far apart as the tree size will allow at the head end. This keeps them separated, producing less stress on the spreader bar and perhaps a bit less swing as hammocks are mounted/dismounted.

    I’ve also found the daisy chain to be desireable for nightly use in the house. With cinch type buckles you need to be quite vigilent to ensure the webbing is square and lined up properly each time before getting in the hammock, else slippage can occur. Since our indoor hammocks are moved daily, we found it desirable to use something other than cinch buckles. Daisy chain and ‘biners to the rescue. Zero chance of slippage.

    So far I have about 70’, but I should probably get some more soon.

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  12. Devon

    5 out of 5

    Devon (verified owner)

    Perfect

    Just needed a few feet for my turdledog stands. Very light, very strong. Perfect!

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  13. ThePreacher

    ThePreacher (verified owner)

    Great Product

    Now we’re hangin’! These new daisy chain straps are a huge time saver. Just pick out your tree, wrap the strap, and you are ready to suspend your hammock using whatever method works for you!

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  14. Ginger

    5 out of 5

    Ginger (verified owner)

    Easy to use

    This stuff is amazing, I use it just like you would use atlas straps. It is lighter, cheaper, and the customer service I got was amazing!

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  15. Question

    Admin jethromyers

    These are polyester yes?

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    • admin

      Yes they are.

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  16. Doug

    5 out of 5

    Doug (verified owner)

    Too many uses

    I bought this stuff to use for hanging hammocks in my permanent test location in the yard and bought a bunch just in case I found other uses and boy did I. It is very useful for any type of load management and I’ve got it in my truck and the back of my wife’s SUV. I’m going to try to convince my son to replace his heavy atlas straps (which he seems to like) with this stuff as well. Much lighter, more flexible in terms of tight spacing on the loops, and stronger. Good stuff.

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  17. kitsapcowboy

    5 out of 5

    kitsapcowboy (verified owner)

    Best Product Ever

    This new Woven Daisy Chain Webbing is fantastic. Performs exactly as described. Just order the total length you want, cut and heat-seal if necessary, and hang your hammock. It’s dead simple to use and absolutely bombproof, all with reasonable weight, bulk, and expense. Thank you, Dutch!

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  18. Question

    peter.denzin

    I would like this made in 1/2 ” webbing!!!!! Please think about offering it.

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      If we do an alternate size we will announce it as a new product. Currently we only are planning on keeping the 1″ as an option.

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