Ok so I purchased 2 11' lengths of webbing to use for tree straps. I was planning on just making a water knot with each and then running around the tree and through the loop then using a marlin spike at different spots similar to the way the Slap Straps work. like this LINK
anyway I decided I want to use 'biners for a bit just for my own peace of mind. I have sewn 2" loops into the ends of each of the straps and am planning on just using them similar to the straps that whoopieslings.com and other sites sell.
Would it be a bad thing to wrap these around the trees a few times before hooking up the 'biners since they are almost double the length of most 6' straps? I have 6' whoopieslings installed on my ENO DN and was initially basing the length of the webbing I bought on the length of the Slap Straps.
This however is two completely different ways of setting up the straps. the Slap Strap way would have the length of webbing being passed through the fixed loop on one end and then cinched. the other that I am thinking of the they way you wrap the straps around a tree and have both the fixed loops attached to the 'biner
I really think I'm over thinking this but really don't want to screw things up and break my butt on the ground in the middle of the night.