Oh yeah (of course), dl= double layer.
Well it's partially a structural dl. While it is true that there are pockets for the head and the foot to hold the pads. About 80% of the pad is supported by a fabric layer that is structurally sewn on to the main hammock body. The brownish layer is heavier fabric, 1.9, while the gray fabric is 1.1 nylon.
Because the heavier layer is on top and stretches less, I would think the great majority of weight is supported by this layer. While the stretchier lower layer ensures good contact of the pad, I would expect that it supports far less of the occupants weight. BTW this is the reverse of what I did on my compact wide hammock, and I am honestly not sure yet which approach will prove to be better.
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