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    Member esku75's Avatar
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    UK Hammocks woodsman lite
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    +1 on whooooooooooopies

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    Member ReXwag's Avatar
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    I have whoopie slings on all my hammocks, ENO Doublenest, HH zip, warbonnet blackbird. I love whoopie slings, they are very easy to use.

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    Member esku75's Avatar
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    Just replacing the webbing of my tenth wonder UL it's 1" and it takes ages to make a good pitch. I'll recycle it making tree straps but you can see de difference. Whoopies are incredible light, strong and adjustable.

    Love it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallorne View Post
    They don't stretch at all, so no readjusting after they're set. Length is super easy to adjust (no knots there). just add some polyester tree straps and some toggles. No downers for me. It's a clean, simple solution that I can set up easily even in full dark with cold fingers.
    Yep! +1 for woopies!

    I picked up 200 ft of amsteel from DIY gear supply and made all my woopies, plus a few other things, from that. Verrrrry inexpensive and great fun to DIY!

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