ENO Atlas Strap Review

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15 Responses

  1. Ashley says:

    I am pumped to upgrade! Ive been using slap straps for a few years, and couldn’t agree more about the stretch factor, its always frustrated me. Thanks for the review!

  2. Mike says:

    Added benifit: any extra strap acts as a drip line.

  3. Nick says:

    Maybe you know, maybe you don’t, but what kind of stitch is used to make each loop and how is it done? I am trying to make my own. I have a set of these but I need one more set and I wanted to try my hand at making them.

  4. Frank Jouret says:

    What a great website about hammocks.
    My name is Frank from France. A halmmock lover for nearly 3 decades. My ain goal when I travel with my hammock is to have the less volume in my bag and the less hassles with hooks, rings, lockers etc… I made a short video to show you how simple hanging a hammock is. Less than 2 mn ! Hope you like it and don’t hesitate to comment !
    video link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acv2pys-cME Forget about the french speaking ! Looking is enough.

  5. Steve Summersell says:

    Yes! Vast improvement over the Slap Straps. I just purchased the Atlas Straps and used them this week for an overnight hang. No stretch whatsoever and I’m 280 lbs. Can whoopie slings or a continuous loop be used in conjunction with the Atlas Straps (to negate the carabiners)?

    • Derek says:

      You could use soft shackle carabiners or a toggle. If you want to reduce weight you might go with a simple strap without the daisy chain loops and then tie a slippery Becket Hitch. Easy to tie and untie.

      • Nick says:

        Hey Derek I was inspired by this site and just bought hammocks for my whole family of four. I like how easy it looks to set up these straps, I can’t wait to get out and do some hammock camping!
        My question is about the straps, I’m looking at both the Atlas straps as well as the Python straps, and it seems they both get very good reviews by you. Which do you recommend? I am about 240 lbs so I don’t want anything that will stretch (Atlas looks good for that), but I also want the slimmest lightest gear to save room in my pack (Python looks a tad slimmer).

        Push come to shove, which one would you recommend for me? I’m seeing they are both the exact same price on Amazon.com right now…

        • Derek says:

          Nick, thanks for visiting and I wish you the best with your family adventure! I recently took my family to Goblin Valley where we did a fun family hammock hang.

          You shouldn’t have any issues with stretch with either strap. If you’re looking for the slimmest and lightest, the Python straps are going to give you an edge.

          There is one other company that you might keep your eye on for high-quality yet reasonably priced hammock gear: Yukon Outfitters. Their made-in-the-USA products are a surprising yet welcome entrant in the space. If you are trying to outfit a family, I wouldn’t hesitate. Their Walkabout Rain Fly, for example, is perfect for hammocks, and it packs small and is light! I have one for my son who is a Boy Scout.

          • Nick says:

            Awesome, thanks for the quick reply. I think I’ll go with the Python straps, you never can be too light or too compact!

  6. Hunter pelfrey says:

    For my birthday this year i got atlas straps and i have a grand trunk hammock i was wondering in i could use atlas straps with a grand trunk hammock.

  7. Hunter pelfrey says:

    Ok thank you so much!!

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