but then you have to feed them and cloth them and make them hammocks.
Very cool, Dutch!
Wasn't there an HF member who created a backpack using a blue CCF Wal-Mart sleeping pad?
I finally took a look at this thread and the previous bridgeskin threads for the first time and all I can say is "wow". I think that has to be the coolest DIY gear I've seen yet. If a vendor ever picks up this idea from Dutch and starts selling them they are going to be a hot item!
This brings multi-use gear to a new level
[QUOTE=Dutch;361978]These are my pride and joy, but no one would pay what it takes to make them and I could never find the time to make them. I am making 2 right now that took me 9 months. You could make a human quicker
deal! ill trade you my kid for one!!!(sucker...) lol
EMBRACE THE SUCK
I know you don't need me telling you this too, but this is an awesome idea and a snazzy lookin' pack/hammock.
"Better than a map!"
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Dutch thats an awesome bridge skin, like really cool. It would be awesome if one day these could be produced in a way that uscommeners could purchase one . But I really hope you bring one or all three to the Winter NJ hang id love to check them out. And the wives wont be their so we can actually talk hammocks.
Sometimes I like to hike and think, And sometimes I just like to hike.
Hiking is'ent about waiting for the storm to pass its about learning to hike in the rain.