Hammock Tree Straps from Live Infinitely Review

  • By Stephanie
  • November 3, 2015
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Disclaimer:  I received this product for free or highly discounted in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions expressed are mine.

We have a hammock but never put it up.  I don’t know why other than it is more of a hassle to set up the hammock frame then it is to enjoy the hammock.  I think these straps could be the perfect solution.  The straps do not require you to knot anything and are made of durable poly filament webbing.  These straps are 11 ft. long.  It is enough length to be able to hang the hammock between two trees that are farther apart.  The straps are tree friendly and won’t harm any bark.  They would be perfect to take camping.

I’m not sure if and when we will actually use the straps for the hammocks, but I am sure B will end up using them for something.  My family calls him MacGyver and there is a reason for that.  Somehow, some way he can usually fix things or rig them so they will work.  I am interested to find out how they will end up getting used.

The Hammock Tree Straps from Live Infinitely is $12.99 on Amazon.com.  Click here Hammock Tree Straps from Live Infinitely.  #liveinfinitely

I was chosen to review the Hammock Tree Straps from Live Infinitely through Tomoson.com.  Basically how it works is you select items you would like to review and if they chose you, the product is purchased through Amazon.com.  If you have a Prime Account with Amazon shipping is free and a coupon code is provided from the company making the product free or highly discounted.  In exchange they are looking for an honest review on their product.

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Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be any great writer. So any mistakes that are made are my fault. Sometimes I mix up names B, S, and P, but I think you can figure out who I am talking about. If you find any grammatical errors just fix it in your mind so it sounds right.
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