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  1. I see they have arrived! Order in for 100 feet...

    I see they have arrived! Order in for 100 feet of green!
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    True, but it's a pain in the arse, especially in...

    True, but it's a pain in the arse, especially in the field. I'm all about easy, especially at LESS weight.
  3. Any news on the other colors? Thanks!

    Any news on the other colors? Thanks!
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    My wife got me one of your shirts for Father's...

    My wife got me one of your shirts for Father's day, and I love it. Went back to the site this am, tho and it says there's a database connection error.
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    Kinda similar. Carbon fibre arrow shafts because...

    Kinda similar. Carbon fibre arrow shafts because I'm too lazy to just look for sticks. I use some whipping cord to tie some loops and attach those to the fixed loop of a whoopie hook suspension,...
  6. Hear Hear! Congrats!

    Hear Hear! Congrats!
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    Keep up the good fight. Prayin' for ya, and I'm...

    Keep up the good fight. Prayin' for ya, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. :)
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    Hangandy makes a good point. I know from personal...

    Hangandy makes a good point. I know from personal experience that if you're haulin' a Noah's Tarp around, Ti hardware, much as I like it, won't make your pack appreciably lighter until you switch to...
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    Flyz are more fiddly for grabbing the loop. ...

    Flyz are more fiddly for grabbing the loop. Also, they're only sold in pairs, for some odd reason.

    For a CRL, though, I use one Dutch hook and one Flea. I borrow Derek Hanson's idea. He...
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    Which size Noah's tarp and how you plan to pitch...

    Which size Noah's tarp and how you plan to pitch it? IIRC, there's three sizes. I used to use a Noah's 12, connected across the center and pitched with "doors" so I needed more stuff than, say, if...
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    Very nice! Thanks for sharing!

    Very nice!
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Ditto on the synthetics. Love the designs and...

    Ditto on the synthetics. Love the designs and may grab one between now and then, but those shirts have "hikin'" and "campin'" written all over them, and I'm always telling my scouts that cotton...
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    Coming to this a bit late, but as someone who...

    Coming to this a bit late, but as someone who lived his first 33 years in York, sad to see a local concern go away (temporarily, I hope). Best wishes! Never got to buy your stuff, but that's not...
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    No taboo,...used one when I was getting into it...

    No taboo,...used one when I was getting into it until I could spring for the alternatives.

    Why alternatives?

    A sleeping bag will not insulate your buttocks, unless you can manage to wrap it...
  15. SWEET! Answer me when you return. Nothing...

    SWEET! Answer me when you return. Nothing urgent here, and I wish you the best of trips!

    Okay, I'm right at the weight limit for your product. Will the tarp extensions, with tarp, in a good...
  16. Intruiguing, to say the least. I have the Handy...

    Intruiguing, to say the least. I have the Handy Hammock stand, and my biggest challenge was how to pitch a tarp without hauling extra poles for that too. Does your solution address that? Sorry if...
  17. Much as I appreciate the opportunity to win 25...

    Much as I appreciate the opportunity to win 25 feet of the stuff, I'd buy 75 feet of it right now at full price if I could lay hands on it. :D
  18. Some splicing stufff.

    I've done a lot of the usual, whoopie suspensions, ucr suspensions, continuous loops. dogbones, soft shackles, prusik soft shackles,... the less typical stuff, though is at the bottom of the post...
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    MOUNTAIN GOAT Custom Tarp Sleeves

    I've used Mountain Goat's noseeum tarp sleeves before, but when I got my latest tarp, I decided to go with some cuben sleeves instead to try to save a gram or two.

    The cuben worked fine in and of...
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    In the video Dutch asks what rhymes with "Dutch...

    In the video Dutch asks what rhymes with "Dutch Biner" for his jingle...

    That Dutch Biner is so much leaner than my old 'un...
    ...and it makes my hutch keener when I display it there...
    Now my...
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    Actually I think that just ended this last week.

    Actually I think that just ended this last week.
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    Depending on your vehicle, and your son's age,...

    Depending on your vehicle, and your son's age, Springer may not be your best bet. Nodust has a good idea with Woody - Neel, as there is paved road on both sides. To make it longer, go to...
  23. As in reflective 1.75mm hollow braid? ...

    As in reflective 1.75mm hollow braid? (desperately hoping for a 'yes' answer).
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    For what it's worth, I recently replaced my...

    For what it's worth, I recently replaced my tarpworm shock cord with the new reflective shock cord. It feels MUCH sturdier.
  25. Delete me

    D'oh! Accidental double post. Mods, please delete this artifact of my web incompetence. :)
  26. I use an 11 foot single layer 1.0 hexon. It's my...

    I use an 11 foot single layer 1.0 hexon. It's my fifth hammock, and the most comfortable I've ever had. I'm a little taller and a nearly double your weight, so size/weight should only make it...
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    As a fellow migraine sufferer, I'll have to...

    As a fellow migraine sufferer, I'll have to remember that!!!
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    The UQP is not necessary to make the net work. ...

    The UQP is not necessary to make the net work. Seriously, the design is pure genius.
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    I've gone one (mine is BIAS, but the design is...

    I've gone one (mine is BIAS, but the design is the same on the bottom) and they work like a dream. I do the vast majority of my hanging in the buggy south, often near a big lake. When you're in...
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    For anyone considering these, I love mine when I...

    For anyone considering these, I love mine when I take it. In fairness, I don't *always* take it, depending on the trip / weight considerations, but it always goes in when I'm not going far, and is a...
  31. Thread: Peak Bags

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    Been thinking about one of these forever and...

    Been thinking about one of these forever and really need one bit of info before I decide. What do they weigh in the different fabrics/netting? This is the second year running I almost put it on...
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    Drat! Missed it by a few hours.

    Actually you already have me fully stocked for anything I'm likely to face here in Hotlanta, but I'm affiliated with a scout troop and a bit of a hammock evangalist. Is there an email sign up I can...
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    Now don't be all disgustipated....

    New Dutch Hammock? This...is...necessary. This...is...necessary. :)

    Life, hangs in hammocks, hangs in hammocks, hangs in hammocks.
  34. And according to the Funky Candy Company, ATL is...

    And according to the Funky Candy Company, ATL is in 4-land. :)

    --kk4wej
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    Purest speculation, but I'd have to imagine it'll...

    Purest speculation, but I'd have to imagine it'll be well under that value...which is why I've been so eager for Dutch to do it. An 11 foot Hexon 1.0 + Dutch's Fronkey comes to < 13 oz. I'm sure...
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    And there was much rejoicing!

    And there was much rejoicing!
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    Thanks Dutch! Oh well, Fronkey it is until you...

    Thanks Dutch! Oh well, Fronkey it is until you do a SL Hexon with full (detatchable?) bug net. :)
  38. I weigh a good stone more than you and am...

    I weigh a good stone more than you and am perfectly comfy in a single layer Hexon 1.0, and. to quote Sgt. Rock, "I ain't died yet". I love the stuff!
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    My friend, I want to hammock where you hammock,...

    My friend, I want to hammock where you hammock, but if you come to visit me here any time between late spring and early autumn, please don't rely on that for a comfortable experience.

    Here it is...
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    Silly Half-Wit Question

    How do you protect your legs in the half-wit? I am very intrigued by the product's weight, but unless I'm missing something, it seems it's good only for those times warm enough to have...
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    Drat!!! But anyone wanting to make something...

    Drat!!! But anyone wanting to make something like that at Dutch weights and Dutch prices, I'd love to know about it!
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    Errrm....new Dutchware Hammock Model???

    Errrm, Dutch, ...or anyone else in the know....

    What's this?

    http://www.dutchwaregear.com/images/promo/1/Hexon_1.0_Hammock.jpg

    ...because if it is what I think it is, put me in line for a...
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    *Respect!*

    *Respect!*
  44. I've undone brummels a couple of times, *BUT*...

    I've undone brummels a couple of times, *BUT* before you unbury, I'm not sure you will be able to re-do it without losing a few inches from your whoopies because I'm not sure you can fully undo the...
  45. I wouldn't make the wbbb my first hammock for...

    I wouldn't make the wbbb my first hammock for several reasons. I recommend a simple Dutchware 11 foot netless. It is inexpensive, high quality, and will let you figure out a few hang preferences...
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    Yup, I take two of 'em, in fact. One for my neck...

    Yup, I take two of 'em, in fact. One for my neck and one for my knees, just in case I get a lousy hang. I use AntiGravityGear Flex-lite inflatable pillows. They weigh less than an ounce each, and...
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    Pinching "Lawson Toughlace" aglets?

    I found a couple pare of Lawson Toughlaces in my stocking this year (Yay!)

    One pair was for my trail runners, and they are already working like a charm. The other was for my Lowa Zephyr boots. ...
  48. I carry a half-sized Weight Weenie Micro hammock...

    I carry a half-sized Weight Weenie Micro hammock as a gear sling / chair. (98 grams) At night, my gear goes in the gear sling which is suspended from the same trees, but staked out beside me with a...
  49. Was preparing my Christmas list, and wanted to...

    Was preparing my Christmas list, and wanted to put these on them, but the link is down. Dutch, did you discontinue them, or do we have a technical difficulty?
  50. I use a Jarbidge and the only time I had that...

    I use a Jarbidge and the only time I had that problem my feet were "outside" the suspension. When my feet are between the foot end suspension lines, I donb't have that issue.
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