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ENO SlapStraps

ENO SlapStraps

Product Description

Have your hammock set up in seconds with ENO's SlapStrap system. Six attachment points per strap enable versatile hammock setup between two points up to 20 feet apart. Easily attach to trees, roof racks, rocks and whatever else you can find. Straps are de

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Savage Voyageur  
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05/09/2010 01:12PM
These are too stretchy for me, like a bungee cord.
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07/10/2011 01:11PM
Useless unless you weigh less than 150#. They stretch and stretch. Get a set of Whoopie Slings instead
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08/23/2011 11:23PM
Not sure about the previous reviews. I was extremely happy with the slapstraps. I had previously used rope and that stretched badly. I found there to be no stretch in the straps that we used. Even with two of us on the double ENO hammock. That was over 300 lbs. My only problem was that I am finding it very hard to get all of the sticky cedar sap stuff off of the straps. There are several loops on each strap for various distances between trees and they come with their own pouch.
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04/29/2013 09:34PM
For a novice like myself, they are really easy to use and are adaptable to whatever sized trees you choose to hang it on. There is some stretch, but the number of notches provided on each strap allow plenty of adjustment as needed. I nearly died paying $25.00 for a couple of straps, thinking this was far too much, but I think they will pay for themselves in the long run through the use of the hammock and in the quality of the heavy duty material.