- My Stephenson s DAM is sold as the 64. It s 70 long. The width dimensions are: Head = 10 Shoulder = 28 Foot = 20 I measured it uninflated. Lenny NicholsMessage 1 of 20 , Jan 4, 2006View SourceMy Stephenson's DAM is sold as the 64. It's 70" long. The width dimensions
Head = 10"
Shoulder = 28"
Foot = 20"
I measured it uninflated.
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- ... I have a 10mm silk speer type hammock and it is plenty sturdy. I weigh 175, so the 8mm double layer should suit you very well and give a significantMessage 2 of 20 , Jan 4, 2006View Source--- In email@example.com, Aris Dennis <apfel1984@y...> wrote:
>I have a 10mm silk speer type hammock and it is plenty sturdy. I
> HI all,
> I'm going to make one of Risk's Z hammocks, but
> haven't decided on material yet. I was reading on Ray
> Garlingtons page about 8mm silk, which is aparently
> around 1 oz. Should I use two layers of this, or two
> layer of 1.1oz ripstop?
> I weigh 200lb so I'd like it to hold my weight...
> Any thoughts appreciated.
weigh 175, so the 8mm double layer should suit you very well and give
a significant safety margin. The silk is really comfy too, but gets
nasty looking quickly, which adds character... David with no trailname
- Thank you all for your advice, opinions and experience. I just overnighted a check to Warmlite for the 70 DAM (the largest one), I ll let you know whatMessage 3 of 20 , Jan 5, 2006View SourceThank you all for your advice, opinions and experience. I just
overnighted a check to Warmlite for the 70" DAM (the largest one),
I'll let you know what happens. I hope to field test it in the
Adirondacks the weekend of the 20th (they are pretty sure they can
have it to me by then). I have a cabin right next to me for a bail-out
I'm experimenting with a Coleman air mattress now to see if I need to
adjust the "raise" of the sides in my Speer-type hammock, given that I
know I'll be riding higher. Gotta love those double sheet bend ends-
piece of cake to undo and redo! Thanks again to whoever suggested that.