Am I the only one who has issues with this? I use black non-tubular webbing in either 3/4 or 1 inch for tree straps, as I suppose many do. When I tear down my setup, I have to pay attention to remember to remove my tree straps from the trees. Being black, they don't catch my eye always - even with a bright colored carabiner hanging on the end of them. I tend to unclip my hammock, then get busy and distracted packing it away. There have been several times when I almost hiked away from my straps, and (I'll go ahead and confess it). Somewhere up on the north side of the Grand Canyon is a pair of trees with a couple of my straps and carabiners. So I am keeping my eye out for bright colored non-tubular webbing. And, I am considering sewing a bit of red ripstop as a band near the ends of my straps as an eye catcher.
Of course this could also be a sign of a declining memory or something of that sort, but that is too far-fetched to receive serious consideration.