Titanium Continuous Ridgeline with Dyneema®

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Gray

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  • The Titanium Continuous Ridgeline with Dyneema® is an ultralight, out of the box solution for rigging your hammock tarp. 

    Instead of struggling with tangled lines, knots, or bulky hardware, the Ti CRL makes setting up your hammock tarp fast and easy - every single time.

    It works as an add-on to ANY hammock tarp and can be installed in just a few minutes. Here's a video to show you how:


    The ridgeline comes pre-installed and ready to go with:

    • (1) Titanium UFA
    • (1) Titanium RCA
    • (2) Nama Claws 
    • 30 ft of 1.75 mm Zing-It Dyneema cordage (Gray)

    If you're tired of worrying or looking to streamline your tarp suspension with an ultralight solution, we designed the Ti CRL for you. 

    Add it to your kit today.

  • Product Details
    Color Natural polished
    Material 6AL-4V (Grade 5) Titanium
    Finish Ti Hardware - media tumbled and polished/bright
    Dimensions N/A
    Weight ~28 grams total
    Load Bearing NOT designed for load bearing applications. See WARNING below.

    WARNING: The Ti Continuous Ridgeline is NOT designed to support human weight. It must not be used as a life saving device, fall protection, or in ANY manner where failure could cause property damage, injury, or loss of life.

  • How to Use The  Continuous Ridgeline with Nama Claws

  • Like all genuine LoopAlien® brand hardware, this product is proudly designed and manufactured 100% in the USA and comes with our Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

    Made in USA

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Loop Alien Titanium ridge line

Haven't had this out in the field yet, but did test it in the local park. The ridge-line sets up quickly and easily. It was a snap to get proper tension, and just as easy to break it down.
The Nama Claws are so fast and easy to use. Centering the tarp is really simple.
Only con, the small split ring for connecting to the tarps D rings is somewhat weak. After applying tension to the tarp, the rings started to open up and deform. There really wasn't enough pressure to make this happen.
My quick fix was to add a small loop of narrow gauge cordage. I larks's headed the loop to the D rings and was off and running. The cordage is plenty strong enough, and probably lighter also.
Overall, I'm glad I bought this kit. Mt setup will be quicker and less temperamental.