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Eagles Nest Outfitters
Slap Strap

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Make your life easier with the Eagle Nest Outfitters' Slap Strap. The patented SlapStrap hammock suspension system exists for the sole purpose of making your life easier (we're a hammock company, that's just what we do). They come as a pair and hitch to any solid anchor. In addition, the five sewn attachment loops allow for a fine-tuned setup in just moments. Let's face it, setting up your hammock should not be the most stressful part of your day.


  • Setup & Takedown in Seconds
  • 1” Tubular Nylon Webbing
  • Safely Support Up To 400lbs
  • Tree Friendly

Gender: Unisex
Weight: 12 oz.
Material: Nylon webbing
Dimensions: (L x W) 7' 4" x 1"
Season: S13
Vendor ProductId: STOO1
Review ProductId: 29893

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  • Q:

    if I want an eno do I need to buy additional straps to use it or does it come with it???
    Asked on 1/19/2015 by allie

    1 answer

  • Q:

    Good afternoon,

    I am currently thinking about buying two sets of those straps but I am quite stuck on the size (as a European I am used to using the metric system.)

    I see in the product specifications that the size is 7'4''. I do not know if this refers to foots or inches.
    I converted this value for both units and it seems way too short in inches, and way too long in foot (really none of them are realistic.)

    Could you help a lost-in-translation European with this please ?

    Thank you,

    Asked on 4/1/2014 by Anthony from États-Unis

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      Haha, sure thing! We agree that imperial units and weird or silly. The ' means feet and the " means inches, so this is seven feet, 4 inches. Since there are 12 inches in a foot, these are 88 inches long -- just over 2.2 meters.

      Answered on 4/7/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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