Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Do You Have A Hammock But No Straps? How About These Affordable & Durable Hammock Straps From Rallt #Review

Did you ever purchase a hammock and get it the whole way home only to find out that there were no mounting straps? It is so frustrating, if it were up to me every hammock sold would include all the parts needed to mount the hammock and use it. But, that is why Rallt sells the hammock straps separately for this situation. You can purchase these durable and high quality universal hammock straps and use them for pretty much any hammock out there.

Your set will include two 10 foot hammock straps and a carrying bag to store them in. Now you will need to purchase the carabiner separately, which kinda stinks but I suppose you can't have your cake and eat it too, right? These straps weigh in at only 12 ounces which makes them very lightweight and easy to pack in a backpack. The straps are made to hold up to 500 lbs thanks to their tubular webbing and high tensile threads. If you find yourself setting up your hammock in the dark you will be able to see your straps thanks to the wonderful feature of the reflective threading on the straps themselves.

Overall, my opinion on these is pretty good. I'd give them a 5/5 stars with one critizism and that is that the company should include the carabiners but no one is perfect maybe they will adjust their product in the future.

You can find these hammock straps from Rallt by heading over to Amazon.

*Disclaimer: I received this product at no cost to me in order to facilitate this honest review*


  1. Good review. I haven't tried hammock camping but it may be something I should look into in the warmer weather. I will head to Hammock Bliss now to see what else they have to offer.

  2. When my family and I go camping, my son often has his hammock with him since he enjoys being out of the tent so much. Since he's quite tall and largely built, he uses heavy duty hammock straps, no ordinary rope support his large frame. I recently examined the hammock straps that he has and I'm impressed by their durability and strength. The straps are thick, so they are also tree-friendly since they do no damage to the bark. He has the Fnova Widened Hammock Straps and it's quite long with a 2-inch wide strap. I've seen some interesting reviews here that's worth sharing: http://myoutdoorslife.com/gear/camping-and-hiking/best-hammock-straps.html