REVIEW - KAMMOK Python Straps
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The Python Straps from KAMMOK are made from tubular polyester webbing that has been doubled over and stitched together to create 18 daisy chain connection points for a total length of 118 inches (3 m). Loops on both ends make it easy to wrap the straps around a tree or other anchor point and the loops make handy connection points.
The straps are moderately heavy (12 oz for the pair), but not terribly bulky. I think for most hangers, these straps would make a great part of their kit.
The straps work well with Dutch Clips, but hardware is not required. What I really liked about these straps was the ease-of-use: no knots, no fiddling. Just clip up or down to adjust. I used carabiners and also twig toggles successfully on these straps.
These straps are a webbing-equivalent to the looped ropes that some manufacturers use to create easy attachment points (see Trek Light Gear, Grand Trunk Goods, and others).