Strength and versatility meet with the DD Daisy Chain Tree Straps:
The DD Daisy Chain Tree Straps are designed to give you even more options when suspending your hammock; A strong, broad sling measuring 2.8m in length, with multiple loops from which your hammock can be suspended.
We know that trees come in all shapes, sizes, and spacings, so we are offering the DD Daisy Chain Tree Straps in order to make sure wherever you go, you will always have the right tool for the job, and find your perfect hang.
14 reinforced attachment loops to choose from:
The 2.8m long sling has a loop on either end, but also 6 reinforced loops stitched in on either side, giving a total of 14 seriously strong attchment points.
These loops are highly reinforced and all suited for weight bearing, so after wrapping the strap round the tree, you can pass one end through any one of the loops and attach it to your hammock suspension. Ideal for when you need extra length on your set-up, and negating the need for the two ends to match.
Tight for space? No need to wrap the Daisy Chain Tree Straps around your tree multiple times to shorten it. Just match up any 2 of the loops once its' wrapped round once and clip in your karabiner to both!
A pair of DD Daisy Chain Tree Straps are an ideal choice for use in conjunction with the DD Whoopie Slings, and Hammock / Climbing Karabiners (x2). This will create a fully knotless, easily adjustable and weatherproof suspension system.
|Size||2.8m x 2.5cm|
|Includes||DD Daisy Chain Tree Huggers|
- A total of 14 heavily reinforced attachment loops - 7 on either side.
- Fully knotless system when used in conjuction with Karabiners and Whoopie Slings. Simple to adjust, and more waterproof than standard webbing!
- No need to match both ends of the Daisy Chain Tree Straps together - your karabiner can be clipped into one attachment loop.
- Weight limit: 125kg.
Please use for one person at a time, and with a DD hammock only.
Connect one or both loops to Whoopie Slings using either our metal or soft-shackle karabiners – friction from direct contact with the slings can damage the Tree Straps.