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    the fabric that eno uses really does feel nice to lay on. if any one finds a source, i'd be interested to know.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Hennessy uses 70D 160x90 thread count nylon Taffeta on his Explorer Ultralight that he rates at 250. You can get it from

    here

    Quest Outfitters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeDee View Post
    Hennessy uses 70D 160x90 thread count nylon Taffeta on his Explorer Ultralight that he rates at 250. You can get it from

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    Quest Outfitters.
    sounds like good stuff. does it have that silky feel like parachute material?
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    sounds like good stuff. does it have that silky feel like parachute material?
    Assuming it is the same material as Hennessy uses, and the specs are certainly identical, then yes - it is very comfortable. Never tried parachute material unless you mean silnyl which has a silky feel. The 1.9 oz DWR ripstop I have feels pretty much the same - very soft, nice against the skin.

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    That is a nice model

    WarbonnetguyEveryone here is obsessing over you hammock. Did no one notice the beautiful model in the hammock. Has our obsesion completely blinded us that we can no longer see the forest through the bug netting. I think we should all concider putting down our rip stop nylon and our 1 inch webbing and take a moment to appreciate how beautiful the other sex is. Rather than note the cat cut ridgeline, how about the noticing the cat cut model. I mean this as no disrepect to the female hangers on this site. They can notice the hammock all they want.

    Peace Dutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    WarbonnetguyEveryone here is obsessing over you hammock. Did no one notice the beautiful model in the hammock.
    I did notice the model and I also ordered a hammock from Brandon. I am hoping the model comes with the hammock.

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    my fiancee appreciates the compliment...Brandon



    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    WarbonnetguyEveryone here is obsessing over you hammock. Did no one notice the beautiful model in the hammock. Has our obsesion completely blinded us that we can no longer see the forest through the bug netting. I think we should all concider putting down our rip stop nylon and our 1 inch webbing and take a moment to appreciate how beautiful the other sex is. Rather than note the cat cut ridgeline, how about the noticing the cat cut model. I mean this as no disrepect to the female hangers on this site. They can notice the hammock all they want.

    Peace Dutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    WarbonnetguyEveryone here is obsessing over you hammock. Did no one notice the beautiful model in the hammock. Has our obsesion completely blinded us that we can no longer see the forest through the bug netting. I think we should all concider putting down our rip stop nylon and our 1 inch webbing and take a moment to appreciate how beautiful the other sex is. Rather than note the cat cut ridgeline, how about the noticing the cat cut model. I mean this as no disrepect to the female hangers on this site. They can notice the hammock all they want.

    Peace Dutch
    We all know what guys want!! Can we see that again?!?
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    $5...lol...Beandon



    Quote Originally Posted by txulrich View Post
    We all know what guys want!! Can we see that again?!?

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    warbonnetguy... are you a member of BPL.com? there's a thread there i started about trail days 07, & someone posted a bunch of pictures.
    one of them was your hammocks & they were asking about them.
    if you're not a member there, i can try to fill them in as best i can.
    there were several photos of hammocks in the "quite area", along w/ some mention of the increase in hammocks & hammock vendors.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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