How-To Guide for your
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PARTS TO YOUR HAMMOCK
YOUR TWO TREES
YOUR SLAP STRAPS
6 ft Hmm...
Using the length of your hammock as a reference (9 ft fully stretched), find the two trees you want your hammock to hang from. 23 ft Too Long!
12 ft Maybe!
2 ft No!
4 ft Too Short! They should be between 8 and 15 feet apart. *This range of distance depends on the amount of sag you want your hammock to have.
Set hammock aside and take out both nylon slap straps from the slap strap bag. eno
Take the first slap strap and locate the end .without the big loop
Wrap this end around the first tree at about chest height.
Pass this end through the large loop on the opposite end of the strap.
Pull it nice and tight! *You have just created your first attachment for the hammock!
Repeat on the second tree with the second strap.
Take hammock and un-stuff from self-containing bag.
Locate carabiners on each end of the hammock.
Decide if you want your hammock to sit high or low on the trees.
Waist height is generally a good reference to what you want.
Attach first carabiner to the loop on the first strap that is .at waist height level .
Repeat with second carabiner on second strap.
Sit or lie down in hammock and relax! *Adjust hammock height if needed.
Adjustment Tips & Tricks
*Hang hammock higher on each side for trees that are closer together, and lower on each side for trees of farther distance. *To withstand more weight, tug at and tighten straps a second time before attaching carabiners.
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