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    Single 1.1 for up to 200lbs.?

    Does anyone here in the 185-200lbs. range have a single 1.1 BB? How do you like it and does it adequately support your weight and provide a flat enough comfortable lay?

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    I do ...... 185 lbs .... comfy and supportive. My reason was going lightweight as possible.
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    I'm alotALOT heavier than you and single layer has held me fine. How? I don't know, but it does. I can't personally speak for BB and Brandon's fabric, which I'm sure are top-notch, (by the way Brandon, you are a genius).
    Care and caution need to be observed. NO SHARP POKEY THINGS, NO HOT SPARKS.Same as any other tent, sleeping bag or backpack.
    Ambulo tua ambulo.

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    AND don't lay in your almost-finished DIY single layer 1.1hammock with a pencil in your pocket while your wife is pinning the bugnetting all around you. what can you do with a 4 and 5 foot sections of 1.1 ripstop nylon...hmmm. The hammock did not rip but that hole right in the bottom is just daring me to take it out so it can fail...LOL

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    or leave a couple of tent stakes in your pocket, I got lucky and they fell out and didn't do any damage. Haste makes waste.
    Ambulo tua ambulo.

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    i've done that with the tent stakes, went straight through the fabric. not a pleasent sound to hear.

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