VINE: Premium Hammock Straps

MSRP: $29.99
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UPC:
820103794893
Size:
11 ft (long) x 1 inch (wide)
Weight:
16 oz
Material:
100% Low Stretch Polyester
Hang Loops:
40 Combined Loops
Storage:
Drawstring Stuff Sack
Max. Load:
400 lbs (200 lbs per strap)

VINE: Premium Hammock Straps

Lightweight, Compact and Versatile

Vine Hammock Straps are the easiest way to hang your hammock. This suspension system features a combined 40 loops for endless adjustability. With each 11 foot vine strap, you'll be able to hang almost anywhere!

Quality Built, Extremely Functional

Holding up to 400 lbs. (200 lbs per strap), Vine Hammock Straps are your safest bet for setting up your hammock. These hammock straps are made from Low Stretch 1inch polyester webbing and feature a unique highly reflective Night Glo stitching which increases visibility during low light conditions.  Easy to set up and easy to take down. Vine Hammock Straps come with a drawstring stuff sack for easy storage.

Quality Built, Extremely Functional

Holding up to 400 lbs. (200 lbs per strap), Vine Hammock Straps are your safest bet for setting up your hammock. These hammock straps are made from Low Stretch 1inch polyester webbing and feature a unique highly reflective Night Glo stitching which increases visibility during low light conditions.  Easy to set up and easy to take down. Vine Hammock Straps come with a drawstring stuff sack for easy storage. 

 

Relax Anywhere!

Featuring a daisy chain design, Vine Hammock straps can be used almost anywhere! Paired with a Fox Outfitters Hammock, you'll be ready to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.  Low Stretch Polyester Webbing Max Weight 400lbs (200lbs per strap) 40 Combined Adjustment Loops Highly Reflective Night Glo Stitching.

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12 Reviews

  • 5
    Strong and lightweight

    Posted by R Youde on 1st Oct 2015

    I’ve used several hammock straps. Would have saved time and money by starting with these.

    The most important feature to me is the strength of the polyester material. I'm a bigger hiker (245lbs.). It is terribly frustrating to have to constantly make adjustments to my hammock because of "stretchy" tree straps. I’ve ended up on the ground a couple times in the morning after using weaker material.

    These straps are incredibly strong, but they are not heavy. The straps were coiled up in the packaging and felt like solid rocks, but the set only weighs 1.2.bs. The super long length (11') allows you to hang from almost anywhere, even from a couple boulders when you're camping above the tree line. The straps grip surfaces well, and the daisy chain loops allow for quick setup and ease of use.

    A pouch is included and the reflective stitching is a nice feature.

  • 5
    Better Than My ENO Atlas Straps!!!

    Posted by Outdoor Survivalists on 1st Oct 2015

    Up until about a week ago, I primarily used either homemade rope straps or my ENO Atlas straps with all of my hammocks. The rope straps worked fine, as did my Atlas straps. The straps definitely held better to the trees without leaving marks than my ropes did, but I was always limited to hanging my hammocks between trees that were pretty close together. If you've ever hung a hammock or hammock camped out in the wilderness, you'll know sometimes how difficult it is to find trees that are just the right spacing to set up your straps and hammock. However, my problems were solved with my new Vine Hammock Straps from Fox Outfitters! I'm very familiar with Fox Outfitters line of products, as I own several. All I've known is good quality outdoor gear... and these straps are no different.

    The first thing that I noticed when looking at the specs is that they were VERY similar to my Atlas straps. The primary difference that stood out to me was the sheer length of these 11 foot straps! I was curious how they compared to my ENO straps, so I strung them up together. You can see how much more length these Vine straps provide you when hanging your hammock. The neat thing I noticed when comparing the two were the ENO rain drip strips that I have actually FIT on my Vine straps since they're both the same 1" width. I do honestly wish that Fox Outfitters offered similar drip strips for their Vine straps, but I'll just use my ENO ones since they don't. No big deal. The Vine straps held very well to the tree and the material didn't offer a whole lot of give when I got into my hammock. The only thing I did notice was that my Vine straps has stitched hang points for each loop, rather than the loop ring/pockets that my Atlas has. Since my rope straps work on the same principle as the stitched hang points, I don't feel that it makes much difference in the performance aspect of them. I was so wrapped up in how excited I was about my Vine straps that I completely forgot to check out the Night Glo Reflective Stitching. I'm sure I'll notice it quite a bit next time I go camping (once the weather cools down), as I tend to walk around my hammock a lot at night while collecting firewood. It's just the small things like the reflective stitching that prove to me that the details matter to this company.

    I'm really glad that I am able to retire at least one of my homemade rope straps... and I may have to get a couple more to replace the others! Yes, I own way too many hammocks. So if you're in need of upgrading those old rope/paracord hammock straps with something with a little better design and function, look no further! Go ahead and get yourself a pair (or three!) and make your hammocking experience that much better!

  • 5
    The hammock straps themselves have worked in most scenarios because I'm typically set up in some good heavy woods

    Posted by Nic DeHerrera on 1st Oct 2015

    Once again, Fox Outfitters produces another solid product. The hammock straps themselves have worked in most scenarios because I'm typically set up in some good heavy woods. However I recently went on a high country elk hunt where we were planning on camping near or above tree line. This is where the straps were absolute live savers. I was able to set up my hammock between the last two tress spaced about 25-30 feet apart. I had no issues getting set up perfectly. The adjustments within the straps are perfectly spaced and makes it so unbelievably simple!

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