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    dphammock gear?

    I ran across this on another forum and was wondering if anyone has ever heard of them?
    www.dphammockgear.com

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    first I have heard of them
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    I've heard of them but haven't seen any of their gear yet.
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    He's a member and a crafty guy. I met him at the Hoosier Hang, does cutting edge lightweight stuff.
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    I like the look of the Cuben/Syl tarp and I would like to see the pack when he gets it completed............
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    Nope. Ive never heard of them.

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    the single layer @ 49" seems extremely narrow to me. If the double layer is the same I would not be interested. I like width.
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    I've used 48" before...it's ok. Not as comfortable for me as 60", but still not bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramblinrev View Post
    the single layer @ 49" seems extremely narrow to me. If the double layer is the same I would not be interested. I like width.
    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.dphammockgear.com/hammocks.html
    Double layers add strength and durability as this model hammock is in fact, two dp Single hammock bodies sewn together
    Guess that means the same width. I have to agree that I like the 60 inches.
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    It looks like he's exploring some interesting directions, I'll have to keep an eye on it. Thanks for the link.

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