Cinch Buckle Hammock Suspension System: Installation and Setup Tutorial

In this video tutorial I demonstrate how to install and set up your cinch buckle hammock suspension system with your Go Camping Hammock, Go Hammock & most other gathered end hammocks with sewn channels. This system is infinitely adjustable, super strong and easy to use!
This system can be purchased here: https://go-outfitters.com/collections/hammocks-and-accessories/products/cinch-buckle-hammock-suspension-system
Below are details and specs of the Cinch Buckle Hammock Suspension System
Our top of the line tree straps with cinch buckles make set up a breeze and they’re easy to adjust. These heavy duty polyester straps won’t stretch like nylon straps that are commonly used with hammocks. Since they don’t stretch they are great for hammock camping! We sourced the highest grade materials and parts we could find to ensure maximum durability, reliability and ease of use. These 1″ wide tree straps are also recommended to protect trees while using your hammock. Each strap is 15′ long, so it’s easy to find a place to set up your hammock.
• Thickest Straps in the Industry
• Simply the Best Hammock Suspension System on the Market
• No-Stretch Polyester Straps, the Best Choice for Hammock Camping
• Straps have a 3000lb. Break Strength, and are Fabricated in the U.S.
• Infinitely Adjustable for the perfect hang every time
• Set Up your hammock in about a minute.
• Amazingly Strong 1/8″ Dyneema Rope Loops are Spliced by Hand in the U.S.
• Each Strap is 15′ Long so it’s easy to find a place to hang your hammock
• Safely Supports up to 400 lbs. in a hammock
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Protect trees from damage when using a hammock.

When hanging a hammock from trees always use 1″ or larger webbing tree straps to protect the trees from damage to the cambium layer. The cambium layer is the “growing” part of the tree located just beneath the bark. Chains or small diameter ropes can cause severe damage to the tree and can even kill it. Always use tree straps that are 1″ or wider. We recommend using our extra strength polyester tree straps to hang hammocks because nylon straps can stretch.