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ENO Eagles Nest Outfitters - Atlas Straps, Hammock Suspension System
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- ADVENTURE IN STYLE: Atlas Straps are lightweight and compact, with the added plus of a handy storage bag to take them on the go.
- HAMMOCKING DONE RIGHT: Pairs perfectly with any ENO Hammock (not included). Set up and start relaxing in seconds.
- MASTER THE ART OF LOUNGING: Includes two straps that are each 9 feet long, allowing you to wrap them around big trees or wherever your adventure (nap) takes you.
- TRUSTWORTHY MATERIAL: Falling is not an option, unless it's to sleep. The Atlas straps are made from durable PolyFilament webbing and support up to 400 pounds.
- ENO GIVES BACK: ENO loves the outdoors and shows it by donating to organizations that preserve our wild places.
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- Hammocks generally leave a very small footprint and are prime examples of a minimum impact shelter as, when used with appropriate, tree friendly suspension systems, hammocks don’t alter the natural environment.
- Use 'tree saver' straps. These are wide straps made out of nylon/polyester webbing that go around the tree to minimize girdling and damage to the bark and cambium layer, which can cause wood tissue death. Never use anything made from a non-tree-friendly material, such as plastic zip cords. Never hammer/screw anything into the trees. Leave No Trace recommends straps with a minimum of 1″ in width.
- Set up hammock camp at least 200 feet away from any water source to protect riparian areas (the interface between land and an area of water.) These areas provide unique plant habitats and communities, and are significant in soil stabilization.
- Look for an established, or already existing, campsite to set up your hammock. As prescribed by the Leave No Trace Principles: 'Good campsites are found, not made. Altering a site is not necessary.'
- Don’t hang your hammock from any dead trees. You could hurt yourself and alter the area around you if the tree were to fall or break from the result of your hammocking. Even if your chosen tree looks alive, check above you for dead branches and/or fruit that could fall.
- Check with local land managers to ensure the area allows hammocking. Florida state parks, for instance, prohibit hanging hammocks, so double check to avoid breaking the rules and creating unnecessary impacts.
- When you find two perfect hammocking trees (thick trunks, alive, and in an area with little or no ground cover), make sure to thoroughly check the ground area for sensitive plant life (plants at higher elevations are damaged easier and recover slower than those at lower elevations), wildlife habitat, and potential hazards like yellow jacket nests or poisonous plants.
- We suggest you do not hang your hammock more than 18” off the ground to prevent accidents and to avoid damage to higher branches and leaves.
- Always take down your hammock whenever you leave your campsite to prevent animals or small children (if there are any around) from getting tangled up in it.
- As always, clean up after yourself! Leave the spot just the way you found it.
About Eagles Nest Outfitters, Inc
In the summer of 1999, brothers Peter and Paul Pinholster decided to permanently escape the traditional workplace and make hanging out their full time occupation. They wanted a business that would challenge them creatively, but also allow them to pursue a laid-back lifestyle.
They began as a small operation in Florida, planning to travel the East Coast in a ramshackle minivan and sell hammocks at music festivals and community gatherings along the way. In the early years, home was wherever the van was parked that night. The brothers dedicated their days and nights to making and selling the most comfortable hammocks in the world.
In a short time, the boys found themselves with more business than they could handle from the van. Weary from a life on the road, they eagerly settled down in Asheville, NC and continued growing the business into what is now a thriving company. Today, they continue to supply the best hammocks and accessories to like-minded people across the globe.
Welcome to the world of Enopia! Eno isn't just about making hammocks. We're about inspiring a community of like-minded individuals to live for and love the outdoors. Old or young, adventurer or relaxer, traveler or backyard nappers – set up your hammock, lay back, and enjoy Enopia.
Sold as a pair. Atlas was powerful enough to shoulder the weight of the world. Inspired by the legendary Titan, we created the Atlas Hammock Suspension System. Agile but enduring, the Atlas Strap weighs a scant 11 ounces, yet boasts a whopping 30 combined adjustment points. Constructed from Poly-Filament webbing with overlapping attachment whorls, the Atlas Strap is the ultimate in hammock suspension. When the weight of your world becomes too much to bear, hop in an ENO and trust all your cares to Atlas. ---About Eagles Nest Outfitters, Inc--- In the summer of 1999, brothers Peter and Paul Pinholster decided to permanently escape the traditional workplace and make hanging out their full time occupation. They wanted a business that would challenge them creatively, but also allow them to pursue a laid-back lifestyle. -- They began as a small operation in Florida, planning to travel the East Coast in a ramshackle minivan and sell hammocks at music festivals and community gatherings along the way. In the early years, home was wherever the van was parked that night. The brothers dedicated their days and nights to making and selling the most comfortable hammocks in the world. -- In a short time, the boys found themselves with more business than they could handle from the van. Weary from a life on the road, they eagerly settled down in Asheville, NC and continued growing the business into what is now a thriving company. Today, they continue to supply the best hammocks and accessories to like-minded people across the globe.
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Cons: It is heavy for straps, incredibly heavy. For the same price you can get kevlar straps (these 200lb/each vs 1500/each) from Dutchware which weight less than a sheet of paper. These are also very bulky and have a slight stretch to them when you initially lay in it.
Atlas vs Python
To be honest, they are both quality straps with a decent length, have numerous clip on loops and they don't stretch. As a matter of pure function, its a tie. The main differences are the width, the feel of the material, the weight limit and the warranty. Atlas straps are a little wider (tad more tree protection), are a little rougher to the touch, are rated to 200 lbs each and have a 2 year warranty. Python straps are a little narrower, softer to the touch, are rated for 250 lbs each and have a lifetime warranty. If you want some straps that are a little stronger with a nice feel, go for Python. If you are nowhere near the weight limits (check Hammock Hang Calculator for strap tension based on your weight and how you hang your hammock) and want to match your ENO, get the Atlas straps. If I was picking a set for anything other than an ENO hammock, I'd probably get Python straps because of the added strength and warranty, but since I like things to match, I'm more than happy with the Atlas straps for my SingleNest.
Atlas vs Slap
As I mentioned previously, a main deciding factor for me was the possibility of stretching. To test this, my friend set his hammock up so that after he had been lounging in it ("pre-stretched"), it was about a foot off the ground. Now, I'm about 50 lbs heavier and get in and it sags where its almost touching the ground. Looks like my concern was justified. Combine that with the fact that there are about half as many connection points on the straps and it would take you forever to find the "sweet spot". Hammocking is about relaxing, not spending a bunch of time adjusting your hammock. Even my friend said that if he had a do over, he'd get the Atlas straps.
So, there you go! Python has an ever-so-slight edge, followed by Atlas, but avoid Slap straps!
It's a pretty good fix. I've had the stitching come undone on one of the straps. It works well. Kind of expensive for what it is.
As an engineer, I realize that everything is designed for a working load 1/2 of what would be a breaking load. So I am confident that if these straps are used as designed they will support the designed weight. The increase in stitching would simply ensure that for someone that may use them everyday such as an AT hammock hiker they would last the normal trip length of 6 months. For the average hammock user these straps will probably last longer than the hammock.
UPDATE (8/25/14): I am updating an improving my review of this product based on my interaction with Eagles' Nest. After contacting them directly, their customer service was TOPS. They responded very courteously to my complaint and we reached a very satisfactory outcome. Although this wasn't the case in my instance, users of the straps should be aware that placement of the carabiner is important -- if it doesn't sit in the strap "pocket" but instead carries weight directly against the stitching, the carabiner can "saw" against the stitches and could create a problem.
Also, Amazon buyers should be aware that this item is being sold indirectly on Amazon, so the stated return/refund policy might differ from that of the Manufacturer.
In general, I find these to be pretty good products, and having had a very positive experience with the manufacturer, I feel confident in upgrading my review.