Zpacks Cuben Tarp doesn't require seam sealing.
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Zpacks Cuben Tarp doesn't require seam sealing.
I could not believe my fortune. I was just about to post up a Hail Mary in the WTB section for one of these.
I am Happy, Happy, Happy.
I'll take it
PM Me your paypal.
Agreed - I ordered a UQ last night. He is really excellent to work with and can bang out customized gear amazingly fast. Can't wait for next week...
The answer is no - they do not. Sorry, I left that off of the post.
Does Marty make his Full Length Underquilt standard with draft tubes?
Yeah, I know I can call him tomorrow and ask but I'm impatient.
Thanks for your help.
Got my answer from Flatline....
Here are some pics of the UQhttp://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/10/27/hehebe7a.jpghttp://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/10/27/bujyhuve.jpg
Would love to get my hands on one of these 68" long beauties. Must have draft collars.
Thanks for your time-
Canteen Boy - I was just about to re-edit my post to look alot like yours and you done beat me. :) Looks like an amazing deal!
How old is it?
I have a JRB Greylock 3 w/900fp Down I would sell. It's in like new condition w/compression sack and 4 Dutch quilt hooks for $150
Sold to brown4914 pending funds. Thanks.
I have a Zpacks Cuben Fiber Tarp w/Doors in Excellent Condition. I am selling this with it's cuben fiber double-end stuff sack and without any tie outs or ridgeline coradage just like I bought it. ...
I'll take it. Pm me your paypal. Thanks
I am in. Thanks
I have the full length Lynx and I love it. It just clips on and your done. No fiddling with a foot pad. No dragging out a pad to insert. It just works and when it gets warmer I just add a double...
Well a day late but I put in my order for a PPEF Shamu. Looking forward to giving this a shot!
It's really an annoying issue for me.
I wouldn't say my calves are cold just not nearly as warm as my feet. My top quilt has to have an open foot box, which they do. I'm completely comfortable...
Thanks for the reply. My problem is exacerbated by the fact that I have very hot feet so trying to trap a pad or other insulation and regulate heat is really frustrating.
I have a Greylock 3 UQ and after much effort and no success at using a pad to provide insulation for my calves and feet I have decided to go with a full length UQ. The Shamu (PPEF version) appeals to...
While I don't change my asym lay I too alligator wrestle in my sleep and the foot pad thing just doesn't work for me. Wish I would have figured that out before buying my Greylock 3. Full length UQ...
I am a very active sleeper and I have never felt that my RR was too tippy. I am running on the stock length trangle and its plenty stable.
I actually copied BillyBob's idea by setting up some shock cord with cord locks and doing the crossover at the foot end. It worked great but I find that I am not a peaceful sleeper and the footpad...
Welcome aboard from Helena, MT!
Like the flow of the site - a couple of typos I noticed:
On the Darien UL page under Dutchware should be whoopie and not whoopie and under Experience Required it should be unfamiliar instead...
If you want to go light and inexpensive then go with a ccf pad - the PL and Kifaru Woobie would tend not to work as well because you'll compress the insulation and windup with very minimal ...
Wrong Thread - Sorry https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/images/smilies/frown.gif
Given that the angle of hang for the RR creates more stress on the suspension it would seem to me that using Dynaglide for the dogbones and ucr would put me at about a 3x margin to failure. Has...
Love this order status board. An excellent example of how a seller can better connect with their customers. It isn't just the board though, Randy is so responsive and helpful with his emails that I...
Paid. Mods can close this thread.
Sold to funnybone pending payment.
Anywhere from 4.7oz on up depending on fillpower. If you can track down some 800fp you're looking at about 8 oz of down per quilt. They have it all spec'd out at http://www.underquilts.com
Underquilts.com builds the top quilt and you fill it with down and seal it up. You get what you want at minimal cost and effort. You can buy down from wilderness logics or other diy outfitters or...
SOLD TO funnybone
Wilderness Logics LiteOwl Hammock in Excellent Condition. Comes setup with Whoopie Sling Suspension, Tree Huggers, Adjustable Structural Ridge Line and Double Ended Stuff Sack. ...
Posted my LiteOwl with whoopies, ASR, tree Huggers in For Sale Section.
Are you wanting to leave the split ridgeline attached to the tarp?
If so you then your idea is great and you could use a tumble hitch...
Thanks for the post. It got me off my duff and I changed up my crl to a fly and hook from a fly, hook and two prusiks. Better V on each end and way easier set up and take down, especially in the...
Curse you reckless! Now I've gone and bought a 30* TQ. My DIY Apex TQ will be so lonely now.
Thanks for the heads up.
1. Would these little doo-dads work on a ridgeline for a tarp?
2. What Diameter of Cordage could you splice the eye onto and what is the largest diameter that it would hook onto?
Weighs about 28-29 oz I believe. Looks like a pretty sweet deal.
Like Sidewinder said - Also if you add up the cost of all the doodads from Dutch that Papa has built into the Darien UL and then try to set up anything close to the weight and quality of the Darien...
I would go with Whoopie Slings - You can build them yourself for around $8 out of Amsteel or Dynaglide (how to here https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php?t=70189&highlight=whoopie+slings...
How do the shortened dogbones affect your hang? Do you notice a difference?
Exactly what Slo said. I like as much room under my tarp vertically as I can get, especially in inclement weather when you need to set up under your tarp.
My tarp is 102" wide and the WB...
Every time I see a Grizz Bridge I feel like I'm being unfaithful to my own hammocks :)
I am definitely going to rig up a ridgeline.
Thanks Shug - you da bomb diggity!
Got a Single Layer Ridge Runner with Bug Net from cliffhanger in the For Sale section which came in about 6 days ago. As soon as it arrived so did our lovely Montana Spring weather - read windy and...
Acquired a RidgeRunner on the forum and would love to get my hands on a Cloudburst to go with it.
Well I think I have it rigged up temporarily. We'll find out tonight :)
Trying to setup my Greylock 3 to my just acquired WBRR and I have a question:
I am attempting to utilize some Dutch Quilt clips and 3/32" shock cord to anchor the quilt to the spreader bar mounts. ...