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    leiavoia

    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    i just half-hitch the tail end of the strap up around the knot and leave the tail dangling down. No need for extra shoe laces.

    leiavoia Today, 16:45 Go to last post
    mo_hunter

    Amok draumr ultralight green, Amok FJOL ultralight LW pad + pole set

    Price drop to $450.00 shipped


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    nanok

    Is this a known method of splicing a continuous loop?

    cheers mate!

    same goes here: liked learning, still do, always appreciate to be corrected (with arguments/reason) -- that's to say, never

    nanok Today, 16:05 Go to last post
    cougarmeat

    Minifly or Thunderfly?

    Caconym - your “few inches longer” might be a tad off. The shortest Thunder/Mini-Fly is 11 ft and they can be ordered in 12 or 13 ft. If you

    cougarmeat Today, 15:58 Go to last post
    cougarmeat

    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    I don’t get much rain around here to try things out - what about those plastic “clips” that close bread wrappers. They have sort of

    cougarmeat Today, 15:46 Go to last post
    Rolloff

    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    If I ever need them I would just cut strips off the piece of knock-off ShamWow I carry for a camp towel. Nice for wiping a damp tarp down as well. Twisting

    Rolloff Today, 15:41 Go to last post
    Tpatter

    Adding drip lines/water break to webbing with becket hitch

    ++1 on the strap twist trick.

    Discovered that one accidentally during a downpour when my drip line wasn’t cutting it.
    Rain has

    Tpatter Today, 14:27 Go to last post
    cougarmeat

    I need help!

    Setting the hammock up is one part. And those dimensions/angles don’t have to be exact. They are all “about” and “-ish”. The other part is your lie angle.

    cougarmeat Today, 14:26 Go to last post
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