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    Keeping Dutchware Close By

    I just received my dutchware recently (tarpflyz, ti-biners, and dutch hooks). In fact I put my order in Saturday and got it Wednesday, super fast! I opened the package and my first thought was, "holly molly, this stuff is tiny!" I am always losing stuff so decided I would come up with a way to "wear" my dutchware. Using lash-it I made a whoopie necklace, attached it using a ti-biner, and put a tarp fly on a prusik for the charm. It certainly makes me feel better knowing I have an extra just in case.



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    Very cool!

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    New HF fashion statement

    Looks good.

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    opens entirely new doors for the Dutch sales team hammocking jewelry.
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    A titanium HF logo hanging off amsteel would be good! But I'm liking the flyz on a prussic too.

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    That does look good. I wear a whoopie sling belt with a Dutch Biner for the connection. Makes a good emergency extender if needed.
    Also I had a bunch of necklaces made for trail days. They did well enough I am going to add them to my site. They are dog tags with the AT a and Ga>Me cut out of ti. You will soon be able to get them whereever your finer Dutchware goods are sold. However I think I like the tarp flyz the best.
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    I remember thinking how small the tarp flyz and dutch hooks actually are when I got mine as well, I think it was the first time I though I must have big hands because they sure looked bigger in the pics and video's. My next thought was I had better be really careful not to loose them before I put them on my ridge line (so much excitement and fear all at once it was like Christmas as a kid again, and all for four little pieces of metal). That said they are great products and Dutch is absolutely great to work with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    That does look good. I wear a whoopie sling belt with a Dutch Biner for the connection. Makes a good emergency extender if needed.
    Also I had a bunch of necklaces made for trail days. They did well enough I am going to add them to my site. They are dog tags with the AT a and Ga>Me cut out of ti. You will soon be able to get them whereever your finer Dutchware goods are sold. However I think I like the tarp flyz the best.
    Thanks! I was hoping I would get approval. The belt's a good idea. I typically don't wear one though. I wish I could have hung around Damascus a little longer after our jaunt in the Grayson Highlands, but alas, had to get back for a wedding that Saturday. Otherwise I'd have me one of those dog tags. Just curious, how do you cut them...plasma cut, water jet, or what?
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