I get it. Low hanging fruit!
Type: Posts; User: Gresh
I get it. Low hanging fruit!
That was mean and now I'm sad.
I wanna Al Gore this thing and demand a recount!
For real, congratulations to the winner. Now can there be a winner for "most entries collected"? :P
Chrome is craycray.
That's just crazy.
You can edit active websites in Chrome to make it say what you want to. ;)
Rather a lot, I'd say - you and Bananahammock both topped at least 200 together, and I'm sitting on 450 so that's at least 650, maybe even closer to 700 right there. With those being referral...
I don't think anybody's won yet. :\ We're all waiting with bated breath.
That's definitely a lot!
Good luck, y'all.
Did y'all get final counts on entries?
The picture makes it look like some of the stitching is letting go. Confirm/deny?
Like the other side of the pillow. :D
Don't forget, there's still two days to get in on this:
He said it was a full tarp in the video under their forum.
It's ready made.
Apparently this is a referral link, so if you enter don't forget to get your link and share it for more entries for yourself.
Outstanding representation for the best fabric vendor in the hammock-space. Thanks to the HF mod team for making this happen!
It'll be great to have one spot for all the new developments and...
Found a couple of relevant videos on the testing procedures for fabrics. I'd be interested to see all of these go through something like this, especially...
I feel like unless you're building a pack (for which HyperD 300 is best, in my opinion) you're not gonna see forces like what was applied by your fingers - the forces are far more focused from your...
My testing showed different results, but it's really a matter of personal preference in the end.
Ah, thanks - I missed it. I'll update my list.
As far as I know, RBTR is the only vendor with an XL fabric like what you're looking for.
Hexon and HyperD are apples and oranges, really.
Hex70 XLis the Ripstop By The Roll offering (just looking at using a single vendor for the sake of comparison) that is most comparable to Hexon....
Saw this live and in person this weekend at Fall Sprawl and I said it then - I like it.
Who said you're invited to the next one? I haven't made up my mind yet. >:D
Is the 300d poly or nylon?
I haven't been completely clean-shaven in at least 7 years. I've had the full beard for over 2 years.
Just now getting around to this after getting home and handling my youngun' who hadn't seen me all weekend...
First of all, THANK YOU to everybody that came out to make this weekend the tremendous...
I know for a fact one cottage vendor that sells some of the most popular small hardware out there prototypes using a 3d printer.
Just chiming in to credit you with the best thread name. Ever.
If you can make it down, the biggest hang in this neck of the woods is this weekend in Santee, SC. I've got kin up in Concord (and they like to think they know everybody), but I'll be up that way...
Unfortunately, our shirt supplier flaked on us literally the LAST possible second. I'm scrambling to find an alternative, but it may be that those who committed to buying shirts will be disappointed...
Were it not for mosquito season around these parts (skeeters can bite right through a single layer, and I don't always treat my gear with repellent) I'd have absolutely no problem with a single layer...
Speaking from personal experience, 1.6 HyperD has a weight rating of at least 400lbs.
To be clear, this is NOT a technical test - it was just me and my fat butt in a 1.6 HyperD single layer...
Also, the Thunderbird only allows zipping from one side to the other - this looks like it can be zipped/unzipped from either end (no head/foot end any more?).
Stoked to see it in person this weekend! Always nice to see Dream Hammock originals - make folks "envious."
You missed an opportunity to make it "Deb's Dibs and Dabs."
We'll be glad to have you out to join us! Your signing up takes us to ALMOST 130 attending!
Listening to it now.
We ain't scared of a little weather. Rain or shine, we do awesome things with awesome people for awesome causes.
Here in SC, we've got a thing - it's called YES. Our big newspaper (The State) puts it out on Sundays for free. It's LITERALLY just the coupon section of the paper.
I'll see how many of those I...
Don't forget - tomorrow is the last day to get them shirts!
Thus is the benefit of having an organized club with finances and administrative council. :D
That's exactly the type of information I was looking for, thank you very much!
Honestly, I hope it's not a function that goes away. It costs nothing to keep up since it's not actively moderated, and if at least one person finds it useful then it's worth keeping around. It's in...
I maintain that it was a good idea, and one that was worth trying. If you never try new things (as an individual or as a business) you run the risk of stagnating. I hope that this experiment was an...
FALL SPRAWL ATTENDEES:
Here's a last minute thing for you. We're doing MORE shirts! This one's event specific, and we're trying something new. The shirts are being credited to us by the printer,...
What part of the state are you in? I can point you at somebody nearby (if you're nowhere near Columbia) that can learn you the ways.
Cleverly done! I'm thoroughly impressed, sir.
1) I can show you how to splice it. There's also gonna be a splicing demo at Fall Sprawl, if you're planning to attend that.
2) I've always, always, always used Lash-It/Zing-It for my ridgeline....
If you go to West Marine, they'll price match. Show them Dutch's website or Redden Marine (where it's $.22/ft plus HammockForums members get 5% off, which I've always had the West Marine at Dutch...
PSH is growing every year - Fall Sprawl alone has seen a 50% growth this year (80 attendees last year, expecting to break 120 this year) and our membership increases have been fairly comparable to...
That makes me sad.