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    Tree Huggers

    Ordered my 7 ft tree huggers Thursday and got them in the mail today. (Mon) Well sewn loops. Very happy with my purchase. Had to test them right away. The trees were 34.5' apart and I couldnt get the straps high enough to get a good angle. Hammock was way to tight. Oh well all that counted was that the straps held me up no problem. Thanks for the fast service and great tree huggers.
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    Glad you like them and that they got there so quick.

    Thanks again for the order.

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    I got my seat belt webbing tree straps today too. I haven't had a chance to test them yet. It is on the agenda to do later this week when the weather in my area is to hit the mid 60's for the Easter Weekend. Quite unusual for this area.

    The stitching on my tree straps is equally well done. I doubt with 10 lines of bar tacks on each loop that there would be any trouble supporting an elephant with these things. Paul even used colour matching thread for the tan tree straps that I got.

    Shipping was about average time wise to Canada, just over 2 weeks.

    Good job there Paul.

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