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Zing-It!™ or Lash-It!™ (25 Feet)

$5.50

Made from Dyneema fiber, this rope yields the highest strength, lightest weight, lowest stretch and longest wear life available.

The proprietary urethane coating Samthane adds to the rope’s wear life, ensures the knot-holding capability of the rope, and gives the rope its distinctive yellow color.

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We now have Red Zing It by the 25 foot increments.

Made from Dyneema fiber, this rope yields the highest strength, lightest weight, lowest stretch and longest wear life available.

The proprietary urethane coating Samthane adds to the rope’s wear life, ensures the knot-holding capability of the rope, and gives the rope its distinctive yellow color.

Offering in 25ft. lengths. Cuts in 25 foot lengths of Zing-it is the perfect compliment to the Flyz, Wasps, Stingerz and Dutch hooks . Sold in 25 foot increments however the order will come as 1 piece or hank. Examples: if you order 2 units you will get a 50′ rope, if you order 5 units you wil get a 125′ rope, etc. up to 150′.

These are also available in 180 ft spools here

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Zing-It!™ 1.75mm Red & Yellow

Zing-It!™ 2.2mm Yellow

Lash-It™ 1.75mm Grey

Sold in 25 foot increments however the order will come as 1 piece.

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  1. Question

    Andrew Charlebois

    What size Zing It should I get for use on Hook Worms?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      We prefer to use the 1.75 however you can use the up to the 2.2

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  2. Question

    johnericherring

    Is the 2.2 sufficient to use at the side pull outs for my WB Superfly?

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn (verified owner)

      yes

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  3. Question

    ehern_03

    How well does this cord work for food bag hanging?

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      Admin DutchWare Gear

      It will work just fine as it is what we use for our bear bag that we sell.

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  4. eazyab

    5 out of 5 Awesome Cord!

    eazyab (verified owner)

    Excellent cord… Thin and light, super strong, knottable and spliceable. Works great with mini cord locks, ideal for stuff sack closures, guylines, stake tie-offs, keychains, soft shackles, you name it. The 1.75mm is the thinnest/strongest ‘string’ I have gotten my hands on, the 2.2 adds a little burl. Can practically replace any paracord project. Should have went for the bigger spools!

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  5. Question

    steven.brindle

    What type of tool or wire should I use for splicing 1.75 Zing It?

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  6. One person found this helpful
    Peter

    5 out of 5

    Peter (verified owner)

    Zing It or Lash It (25 Feet) Gray 2.2mmI got the 2.2mm line to hang my tarp from. I spliced three continuous loops with relative ease using 19 gauge steel wire and stitched them for security and peace of mind. I was worried it would be a struggle to splice but I found it no more difficult than 1/8 Amsteel Blue.

    The gray looks great, I had none of the coloring rub off on my hands when I performed my splicing and it holds my tarp taught when using prussiks. I was worried the 2.2mm to 2.2mm might not bite very well but four wraps had it holding even in strong gusts.

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  7. One person found this helpful
    Esther

    5 out of 5

    Esther (verified owner)

    Works great!Perfect amount of rope, super lightweight and compact. Used this for a bear bag rope, glides super easily on the trees and easy to clean off any sap with just water.

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  8. Question

    Jared Simmons

    I would like to use this for a tarp ridgeline, what kind of rope would you suggest to make the prussik knots out of that will grip this line?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      We use the same rope. The only difference is we use yellow for the main and then gray for the varying just so you can differentiate between them.

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  9. Question

    imfagerlund

    Made my own stake lines and now I need to get zing it trough tarpworm, what would be bes tway to end zing it so it doesn’t start to unwind and I can easily remove line from tarpwom.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      We normally bury the end after we splice it on and keep the tarpworm and the line spliced on. I would say to bury the end definitely.

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  10. Question

    Admin CraigVolpe

    I’m having a hard time getting my prusik knots to grab onto my Zing It continuous ridgeline when I pull them tight. Any tips or is that because of the coating on Zing It?

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    • admin

      You should have 5 wraps on the prussic, After that it is a matter of making the knot tight enough.

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  11. Tanya

    5 out of 5

    Tanya (verified owner)

    Great product!

    I purchased this line for the first time for use as a hammock ridge line. It came super-fast and is absolutely amazing! Had plenty for my ridgeline with some to spare. Wish I’d known how strong and lightweight this would be….I would have ordered more! Thanks so much!

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  12. Question

    Admin WilliamPatterson

    What is the weight rating?

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    • admin

      1.75 has a breaking strength of 400 pounds and 2.2 is 600 pounds. I am concerned though that you worded it by weight rating. This rope is no to be used doe hammock suspensions. You need a minimum of 1000 pound breaking strength for that.

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  13. Question

    Admin TimMorgan

    What’s the difference between lash it and zingit

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    • admin

      Only the color, Zing it is yellow and Lash it is grey.

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  14. Pat

    Pat (verified owner)

    Awesome stuff!

    As usual, the material I ordered arrived quickly and is exactly what I expected. Dutch is the best!

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  15. Hangandy

    5 out of 5

    Hangandy

    A Gram-weenie’s best friend!

    A Gram-weenie’s best friend!

    This stuff is amazing for lightweight camping. Light, incredibly strong, and works perfectly with Dutch Flyz and Fleaz and Stingerz and…

    Perfect for tarp and hammock ridge lines and works perfectly as guy lines with Fleaz and LineLocs.

    I like yellow for visibility but comes in red and grey too.

    Order lots because you’ll find a million uses for it.

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  16. Billy Ray

    5 out of 5

    Billy Ray

    New to hammock camping, I’ve bought a lot of line before I finally found this stuff.

    New to hammock camping, I’ve bought a lot of line before I finally found this stuff. the 1.75 Zing It and Lash It worked perfect for me. Super light weight, flexible and strong.

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  17. Shane

    5 out of 5

    Shane

    Most impressive rope I ever seen!

    Most impressive rope I ever seen! You just can’t find anything else like it! I live in Denver and we have everything here or atleast I thought. Nobody stocks this rope, and when you look on Amazon guess who sells it? Dutch! He ships everything incredibly fast and his prices are the best! Don’t bother looking around for this, just go directly to Dutch!

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  18. Question

    motzb

    Do you recommend the 1.75mm or the the 2.2mm for a bear bag?

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      Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      We use the 1.75mm for the bear bag

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