Impressed by Dutchware bling

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pistal44
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Impressed by Dutchware bling

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Post by pistal44 » Tue Oct 04, 2016 3:35 pm

My tarp setup has been always been lacking. I have a Kelty 12 and a HH Hex. I have just used whatever was handy to put it up generally being mason line with trucker hitches. I started reading and watching videos and ended up buying some Dutch bling. I have to say the videos can only show so much. These little critters are super small, lightweight and well thought out. I'm very impressed. Now I just need to figure out the best way to rig them up for the way I camp. Too many great options. Thanks Dutch.



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Re: Impressed by Dutchware bling

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Post by kev137 » Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:18 am

You don't have to use dutch bling, but it makes your life so much easier. Well thought out and it works, plus so light and well made.
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Re: Impressed by Dutchware bling

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Post by Sinfonian » Fri Oct 07, 2016 4:00 pm

I got a Woot Yukon Outfitters hammock and immediately replaced the suspension with tree huggers with dutch clips and whoppie slings. The first time couldn't figure it out and didn't use them. The second time I set it up upside down and ended up on my tush. Figured out thearly clips have an up and down. Now I'm a pro. I know they aren't needed but boy are they slick.

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