TRIBE PROVISIONS ADVENTURE STRAPS II
Adventure Straps II – Hammock Suspension System
We made the hammock suspension system to secure your hammock, but we engineered it to be a versatile piece of camp gear. But, we know what you’ll really do with these: you will hang your hammock with ease and enjoy a long nap in the cool mountain air. Do we blame you? Not at all. If we could, we would be right there with you.
These tree straps are long enough to hang your hammock around a pair of trees, roof racks, between two jeeps [a personal favorite of ours], boat masts, or whatever else you can find. We also suggest using these straps to hang bear bags, create a lean-to, drag heavy
The Hammock Suspension Straps are manufactured with tightly woven, nylon mesh that resists fraying. In total, there are 36 heavy-duty built-in loops for hanging convenience. Use the extra webbing loops to hang your gear off the ground at night. The tree straps are easy to use AND they are great for trees, so be kind when you’re outside. Keep the straps from unraveling in your pack with the handy ripstop tote bag.
- Best Use: Hammocking, Camping, Backpacking, Backyard Lounging, Campus Relaxing
- Weight Limit: 400lbs
- Straps [with steel, spring gate carabiner] weigh: 1lb 3 oz [if you use our Wire Gate Carabiners, the straps & carabiner combo will weight much less]
- Dimensions in Carrying Pouch: 4.5″ x 7″ x 3″
- Unfolded Dimensions: 10ft long with 18 loops per strap
- Reflective Strips: return the beam from your flashlight on dark nights
- Tree Strap Materials: Tightly Woven Nylon Mesh
- Bag Material: Rip-stop Nylon
- Included: 2 10ft Tree Straps, Carrying Pouch, 2 Steel Spring Gate Carabiners
The Adventure Hammock Tree Straps II are designed specifically for the Adventure Hammocks [single and double], but will work with any hammock.
The Adventure Hammock Tree Straps II are sold as a pair.
Clean the Tree Straps with a damp cloth and gentle soap. Air dry. And because gravity is always turned on, inspect your tree straps regularly for wear and tear. Do not use straps that begin to fray or if the seams come apart. Always use with caution. Never hang above 18 inches off the ground.