Sappy Strap Sack


(6) Write a Review
Ships in 2-3 Business Days
0.11 Ounces
Calculated at Checkout

You spend all day traipsing through the woods, trying to find that perfect hammock spot for your overnight stay.  You spot two gorgeous pine trees, the perfect length apart.  The first thing you do is look up, to make sure there aren't any widow makers above.  Next comes setting up your hammock for a long night's sleep.  The next day, as you finish your morning coffee and breakfast, you start packing up your hammock setup and discover that your tree straps are covered in pine sap!  Oh no!  You definitely don't want to pack those away with your hammock or other expensive gear.  You realize that you don't have a separate bag to pack those sappy straps in.  You should have bought a Sappy Strap Sack from Hammock Gear!  Never leave home without one!


Made with ultralight 0.75 oz / yd² Dyneema® Composite Fabric (formerly known as Cuben Fiber), our Sappy Strap Sack is the perfect organization tool to keep those sappy straps away from your expensive gear.



Material:  0.75 oz. / yd.² White Dyneema® Composite Fabric

Weight: 0.11 oz.

Size:  5.5" Wide x 5.5" Tall

6 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Great little bag

    Posted by AC on 23rd Mar 2021

    Perfect size for those nasty sticky straps. Keeps them from “sharing” with whatever they come in contact with. Good for other small stuff, as well.

  • 5
    Sappy Strap Sack is perfection

    Posted by Dirtbag Outdoors on 29th Dec 2020

    Fits both my spider straps and buckles in 1 sack and keeps my gear organized and clean and dry!! This is one of those things you should really use if you are a hanger!!!

  • 5
    You cannot avoid the sap …

    Posted by Jacquie on 5th Nov 2020

    ... but you can keep it off your hammock. Obviously you could use a cheap ziplock bag, but this is an environmentally friendly option that feels like it will last forever.

  • 5

    Posted by Dan Watts on 28th Aug 2020

    I have tried various bags for my straps and suspension, but most were made of mesh so if they were sticky the sap could still touch you through the bag. This bag is not only perfectly sized to fit what it needs to fit, but also prevents that stickiness from transferring elsewhere. I love DCF!

  • 4
    sappy strap sack

    Posted by Jason on 12th Aug 2020

    I honestly got this to check out the material. It is pretty cool and I can fit both straps (1" x 10') and toggles in one sack.

  • 5
    Goodbye Ziplock Baggy!

    Posted by James Plyler on 30th Jun 2020

    I always just threw my straps into a ziplock baggy so that way I didn't get any sap or tree bark pokey things up against my hammock when I stored it in a stuff sack in my pack. I got this to use instead and it is great! I can fit 2 6 foot straps with whoopi slings, toggles, and Black Diamond carabiners for my hammock suspension in here. It fits nicely into the double ended stuff sack I have for my Hammock Gear netted hammock.