Here at ENO, we take great pride in our products. One of these creations, supporting up to 400lbs and featuring over 30 combined adjustment points is the Atlas Strap. This 1″ strap of ultimate hammock suspension is perfect for supporting hammocks, humans in hammocks, and…drying your laundry? What??
We’ve rounded up some unconventional ways that hammockers have used the Atlas strap for purposes outside of hanging a hammock.
Hammock = Kite…Right?
Picture yourself sitting in a park, enjoying a sunny day with a nice, strong wind. You want something to float through the breeze, but you don’t have a kite or string. Introducing your ENO hammock and Atlas straps! And perhaps a new sport?
Out of power? Out of spare change? Let the Atlas strap do your dryer’s work and enjoy letting your clothes hang just like you do! Highly recommended for broke college students and campers alike.
Get your favorite furry friends aboard the ENO train by taking them on a walk with our Atlas strap like Twitter user Rafael…or upgrade to our reCollar and reLeash, made from upcycled Atlas material!
Shut the Trunk Door!
When your trunk isn’t quite grand enough to fit all you need into it, the Atlas straps are here to save the day! Whether packing in gear for a day at the beach like Morgan or combating the horrors of moving like Twitter user Vickie, The Atlas strap can help you squeeze a little more into your vehicle. Twitter user Jesse also uses his Atlas straps and a carabiner to strap up the roof of his car!
@ENOHammocks I used mine to hold my trunk lid down when moving. Worked like a charm!
— Vickie (@vickuhsaurusrex) July 30, 2015
@ENOHammocks I use them with a carabiner to strap things to the roof of my car.
— Jesse #1 (@Jnumber1) July 30, 2015
Other honorable mentions include: Using your Atlas strap’s many hooks to make a game of tug-of-war! Every camp counselor’s pick-me-up when the kids get rowdy… Or keep your personal items safe up in the trees with this camping hack!
@ENOHammocks I used them to hang my backpack. And my shoes. so critters didn’t get into my stuff.
— Brandon Scott (@brandonlscott) July 30, 2015
And one of our personal favorites…