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    Tablecloth weight compared to Eno DN

    Hey all,
    I have been using an Eno DN, but have a 126"x60" crinkle taffeta coming from tableclothsfactory. My question is, how does the weight compare between the two? I am looking for just the cloth comparison. I have seen a lot of people say they use them at home, but not many backpacking. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtupnsmoke View Post
    Hey all,
    I have been using an Eno DN, but have a 126"x60" crinkle taffeta coming from tableclothsfactory. My question is, how does the weight compare between the two? I am looking for just the cloth comparison. I have seen a lot of people say they use them at home, but not many backpacking. Thanks
    The tableclothsfactory 126x weighs around 15 oz for just the fabric. I don't know about the eno
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    ENO DN listed at 17.2 oz. on dejoha's parachute nylon hammock comparison chart at: http://theultimatehang.com/2012/07/p...parison-chart/

    So a single-layer tablecloth hammock is lighter than the ENO DN by a couple of ounces. Makes me appreciate my 7 oz. Weight Weenie Micro all the more!

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