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    Senior Member E.A.Y.'s Avatar
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    Question tell me true: 2*1.1 = hanging?

    I am contemplating making a double layer hammock for summer (so I can try out a thin pad between the layers).

    Will two layers of 1.1 ripstop nylon hold 250 lbs?

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    I don't know about 250, but Genuine Draft's 1.1 BlackBird holds my 225-230lb butt pretty well. Pretty comfortable, but there is a little bit of stretch. My 1.7 double layer BB is incredibly comfortable and has had a 300 pounder in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    I don't know about 250, but Genuine Draft's 1.1 BlackBird holds my 225-230lb butt pretty well. Pretty comfortable, but there is a little bit of stretch. My 1.7 double layer BB is incredibly comfortable and has had a 300 pounder in it.
    OOOOOOHHHH.... you're in trouble now!!! Tellin a woman's weight!!!
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    Nope! The 300 pounder wasn't Genuine Draft or me, it's one of my neighbors that I'm slowly turning to the Dark Side. I'm the 225-230 one.

    Are you kidding me? Genuine Draft doesn't even tell me her weight! No way to mess that one up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    OOOOOOHHHH.... you're in trouble now!!! Tellin a woman's weight!!!
    Probably some explaining to G Draft who this other woman is?
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    Talking What?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffjenn View Post
    Probably some explaining to G Draft who this other woman is?
    Who's this other woman? Does Genuine Draft know about her?

    Do you know about her? !

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    You guys are gonna get me in trouble for things I haven't even done. Reminds me of getting grounded in High School by my dad for all the things he never caught me doing. Sooooo not fair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eay View Post
    I am contemplating making a double layer hammock for summer (so I can try out a thin pad between the layers).

    Will two layers of 1.1 ripstop nylon hold 250 lbs?
    My DIY that I just completed is 2 layers of 1.1 RN
    Holds me at my current 210#
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    For safety's sake you could use 1.7 on the bottom layer and 1.1 on top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eay View Post
    I am contemplating making a double layer hammock for summer (so I can try out a thin pad between the layers).

    Will two layers of 1.1 ripstop nylon hold 250 lbs?
    Sorry eay! We seem to have gotton off the trail so to speak..

    Why would you not use a 1.7-1.9/1.1 dbl if you have doughts about the 1.1 dbl? Seems this would hold up well, sag less, & give peace of mind so you wouldn't lose sleep waiting for it to fail. Weight wouldnt be too much more this way.
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways body thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and screaming "WOO-HOO, what a ride!!"

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