Originally Posted by Sparrow
Dragging it back on track.
As someone who has never seen a Kammock in person, just how different is their touted 'lunarweave' ripstop from traditional ripstop? Does the unique crosshatching actually alter the fabric in any meaningful way?
It is rated for 500 pounds and it is supposedly tested at 900 pounds, so there has to be something to it. It feels pretty good against the skin as well. The guys that work there seem to be good folks too. I think that I read that they had plans for a lightweight hammock in the future. I would be curious about that one. From my experience, the Kammock materials and construction are top notch. It is built to last more than be lightweight. It's all according to what you want I guess. I have a roo, biners, python straps and the racer slings by the way. I did not buy it. It is a nice setup, but it is just not my thing. I would say that Kammock has one of the highest build qualities for the foreign made hammock companies. I mainly use it for a loaner and for demo purposes, or hanging in my yard.