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    Quote Originally Posted by FanaticFringer View Post
    I believe things like cinch buckles/rings would help stop the flow of water from coming down the webbing to the hammock.
    I think so too with the way I have a biner on the ends of my hammock. Thanks, Mule
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    it's not that often that conditions are right for that to happen, but it sure can.
    but i believe your right about the buckles & rings. i can't see a significant amount of water getting past them.
    for those that don't use rings or buckles, speer hammocks sells a drip stopper that's really small & light.

    and i liked what one guy did to hold a strip of fabric against the flat webbing.
    he used a girl's hair clip.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    it's not that often that conditions are right for that to happen, but it sure can.
    but i believe your right about the buckles & rings. i can't see a significant amount of water getting past them.
    for those that don't use rings or buckles, speer hammocks sells a drip stopper that's really small & light.

    and i liked what one guy did to hold a strip of fabric against the flat webbing.
    he used a girl's hair clip.
    Thanks Slowhike. Mule
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