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    Thanks for the info. I'm trying to keep it simple, not necessarily light.

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    If you are going for simple over light I'd look at Dutch's cinch bugs with straps. I'm tempted to give those a try for cold weather camping myself for that very reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamaulwall View Post
    If you are going for simple over light I'd look at Dutch's cinch bugs with straps. I'm tempted to give those a try for cold weather camping myself for that very reason.
    Yeah that seems like a great combination of the simplicity of a strap system while allowing you to detach the suspension from the hammock.

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    Not sure what gear you have but if your tree huggers have 2 sewn loops you can simply wrap around the tree and connect the two loops and the adjustable loop on the whoopie sling together with a carabiner. The more versatile marlin spike hitch/toggle method allows more adjustment in length and a nice, round radius for the sling to hang on.

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