I'm 6'2" and 250lbs, I made a 11.5' long hammock from this and it is super comfy, I like a softer bed or sleeping pad, and this allows for a bit of stretch and that makes all the difference. It is wicked slick though, so moving around in it is pretty tough, as you have no grip on the fabric.
Hey Daniel! Thanks for your review, we're glad it worked well for your hammock setup. The 1.6 HyperD does have a silky hand-feel with low friction. 2.2 oz Hex70 XL is another good choice, but has less stretch and more of a firm feel.
I’ve used this ripstop (different styles) but always XL for my projects. It is durable and the coloring is high quality. One of my projects has had daily use for 2.5 years and shows no sign of wear and tear.
We love to hear that Erin! We'd love to see of some of your projects with the HyperD! Here is a link if you'd like to share any, https://forms.gle/svyHyGFQPoMtL79K9
Nice soft fabric! Sews well.
Thanks for your review Kyle! The 1.6 oz HyperD is great to work with, glad you're enjoying it!
Just finished my first hammock with the 1.6 HyperD. Seems to be the same fabric but wider. Will start on a wider hammock prototype soon. What stands out to me most about this fabric is the feel and the balanced stretch the material has. The colors are nice too. Highly recommend. Can't wait to see how the XL turns out.
Thanks for the review! We're glad to hear your hammock turned out well! We'd love to see photos, be sure to tag us on social media!
I am very satisfied with this material used for the Rozum techwear project. It's good in processing, it's been long tested in our prototypes and will be used in the future. Thanks! Unfortunately, there is no way to attach photos to convey the beauty of this nylon
Thanks so much Artem! We're glad that this 1.6 oz HyperD is working well for the techwear project. If you use social media be sure to tag us, we'd love to see the project!