- Beetle buckles are part of the suspension system. You use these in combination with the treestraps. This works like a buckle to hang your hammock.
- Cinch buckles are part of the suspension system. You use these in combination with the treestraps. This works like a buckle to hang your hammock.
- Cold Butt Syndrome (CBS), you get this because no insulation is used under the hammock. This is mainly during the colder times of the year.
- Gear hammock is a smaller hammock that you hang under your hammock to store / keep your belongings off the ground.
- Hammock that nice thing we sleep in regularly
- Internal ridgeline this is the line in your hammock who’s guaranty a perfect set up and also where the mosquito net rests on
- Peak shelf is the shelf in your hammock to store your belongings
- Pegs are the pins which you secure the tie outs of your hammock and tarp in the ground with
- Ridgeline is the line between the trees where you mount the tarp on
- Suspension is the system with which you hang the hammock
- Sidecar is a storage addition developed by Dutchware that you zip in between the body and the mosquito net
- Sidesling is a storage addition developed by Dutchware that you zip between the body and the mosquito net
- Tarp is that nice thing we sleep under. This will stop wind and weather for you
- Tie outs also called outriggers / outriggers. These are there to tension your tarp when it hangs under the ridgeline
- Tree strap is a strap with 2 loops and is widely used for whoopiesling suspension
- Tree hugger is a strap with 1 loop and is widely used for the beetle buckle and cinch buckle suspension system
- Underquilt is that nice warm thing under your hammock so that you don't get cold at night or get the famous CBS
- Whoopiesling is part of the hanging system. You use this together with tree huggers and / or Whoopiehook. This is a wire with an adjustable loop of Dyneema that goes through the hollow sheath (itself) and clamp itself with tension.