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    rated for 350lbs

    Can any one help me find a hammock rated for up to 350lbs. I had found one but lost the link to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otterkin View Post
    Can any one help me find a hammock rated for up to 350lbs. I had found one but lost the link to it.
    ENO rates their hammocks to 400lbs, and Speer makes a IIIC model that is rated to 350lbs. There may be more rated to that weight or greater, but those are the only ones I specifically remember. You could check each of the linked hammock makers in the manufacturer's forum for more info.
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    Check out the manufacturer article. It lists the ratings for hammocks.
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    That looks like just what I was looking for! Thank you. Peanuts

    I have been poking around down there and looking. That you for the leads. Angry.

    It been year and many pounds since I last BPed. I have been day hiking almost every other day and I am ready to start buying new EQ so I can start soloing again

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    Hey, I bought a trek light hammock, rated at 400 lbs and I have had 400 lbs in it and it didn't even grunt, seemed to be asking for more.


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