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    Looprope- anyone tried it yet?

    I got an email about this stuff and it looks interesting. It may not be the lightest stuff in the world but I can see it being used for tree straps or tarp hanging.

    http://www.looprope.com/?loop=photos

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    I don't see where any of it is weight rated. Are thinking about it for your tarp or gear hammock?

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    It's essentially a bungee cord with loops in it. Not safe to use as a tree strap, nor would it protect a tree from damage.



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    I was thinking maybe as a tarp guyout rig, the bungees might help with keeping it taut. I bet it weighs a ton though looking at the pics.

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    Looks like super handy stuff for rigging a canoe for a week+ trip into the wilderness.
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