19865Keeping feet out of bottom-entry slit/wasRe: Tall guy looking to
- Feb 6 7:08 AMHi Rosaleen,
Thanks for setting the record straight. I read through all the pages
in the Hennessey Hammock website a few years ago, but did not go back
to fact check when making my post.
A zipper in the entry is a zipper in a highly stressed spot. I don't
know how long it would last. It's probably best for the zipper if it
opens from bottom to top.
It's these snags with zippers that gives me second thoughts about
putting a zipper in the netting.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Rosaleen Sullivan"
>few spots of Velcro or none. (Had one of the early ones.) Hennessy
> Hi, guys-
> A couple of misconceptions to nip before they become accepted.
> No, the early Hennessys did not have zippers. They may have had a
did try zippers in the prototype Safari models. (I tested one.) They
had a complex system of rings and strings to open and close the
zipper. Tom decided to discontinue that idea. Zippers break and are
not truly field repairable. Field repairs are why I prefer buttons
over snaps and zippers, btw.
>don't remember if the Adventure models have no Velcro or just spots.
> The Hyperlight that I have has a full entry closure with Velcro. I
I think the latter.
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