I made an Azym Hammock from a parallelogram cut at about 65 degrees angle. Works like a charm. Whipped ends like Hennessy patent. Around 3 meters ridgeline length gives plenty space in this hammock. Bug net next. I am 182cm tall at around 90kg heavy. 1.2 oz works very well for me.
Your hammock sounds epic! Thanks for leaving us a review Jon, we're glad the 1.2 oz MTN Hybrid worked well for this project. We'd love to see photos, here is a link if you'd like to share! https://forms.gle/P4EHrfiWJ5kajdrE8
I like how lightweight it is.
We do too! For as light as this fabric is, it is exceptionally strong with the Hybrid 20D x 80D ripstop grid. We'd love to see what you created, here is a link if you'd like to share any pictures! https://forms.gle/Veg5WY3ArRUr1A3x5
Made a lighter weight hammock. stretch is average with other fabrics. not as silky and soft as other fabrics, still good enough for sleeping. recommend, its easier to work with than other lighter breathable fabrics on the market.
Thanks for your review! The handfeel for the MTN series fabric is definitely a little more stiff than it is silky. Like you said, it is however a dream to sew and work with. Happy hanging!
Light, but still sturdy, easy to sew, good feel. What's not to like :)
Thanks so much for your review Jordin! We are glad you found it easy to work with. Let us know if you have any questions about future projects, we're here to help!
Material was easy to sew and comfortable as a hammock. Time will tell if it is heavy enough to hold up, but it feels strong. Shipping was fast. Thanks. I also bought the bottom entry bug net and was happy with that too.
Thanks so much for your review Mel! The 1.2 oz MTN XL is an awesome fabric for hammocking. We'd love to see photos of your set up, here is a link if you'd like to share https://forms.gle/GsNgusDcnoh8Nm5j6