I think for my purposes, I'm sold on the double. I will eventually upgrade to a UQ, but for now, I will rock the pad and love every second of it!
I thoroughly appreciate all of the advice and insight offered by you guys!
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1. Never tell everything you know.
Either way, you won't be disappointed. Extraordinary lay in a BIAS.
This place you say your lookin' for
It might have washed out with the rain
Might not be there anymore
Might not be the same
Top that rise and face the pain
https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...no+bias&page=2 in post #13 it's mentioned by the OP that the wwm material is actually thicker than the nano 7 material. Even comparing bone stock weights(according to what others have posted) between a nano 7 hammock body and a wwm hammock is about an ounce heavier. Which, given that it is a couple feet longer and a little wider, it would make sense that the fabrics are either the same or very similar. Could be way off on that though of course.
I've spent somewhere around 100 nights in my micro. I've never noticed any stretch and never had to sleep on the ground. My guess is that they rate the fabric on the low end just to be safe. I'm willing to take the risk and it has paid off for me. I love my micro.
If you ain't havin' fun, you're doin' it wrong