Very comfortable hammock material
Thanks for your review Dennis! We love the 1.2 MTN for hammocking. Happy hanging!
I want to say that when creating Rozum techwear products, these fabrics showed the best ratio of results in all parameters that are important for sewing complex products. I really like these fabrics, thank you for the delivery!
The only downside is the logistics, as FedEx/TNT is the most fucking service in my country, waiting 2 weeks for customs clearance, which DHL does in 1-2 days. It is a pity that you do not cooperate with DHL.
Thank you so much, Artem! We're glad you are happy with the 1.2 oz MTN Hybrid, it's an awesome fabric! We do apologize for shipping, unfortunately, all international shipments are experiencing delays in customs due to COVID. Let us know if you have any questions about future projects or shipping at email@example.com
I designed a hammock with this fabric for long hikes and long trail hikers in my country.
It consists of a hammock body and a top cover with a ventilator.
Both used 1.2 MTN.
The top cover can be completely removed and switched to Bugnet.
For long hikes, we needed to be as light as possible and as durable as possible by its weight.
As a result of testing, this fabric successfully met that demand!
I use HyperD a lot, but I'm sure this fabric will be used more often in the future.
Thanks so much for the detailed review Jiro! That's great that this 1.2 oz MTN XL Hybrid met your gear test demands, it's a very durable fabric for it's weight class. Let us know if you have any questions about other fabrics for future projects!
I used 4 yds of this to make (another) gathered end hammock. The nice thing is that the folks doing the cutting actually gave me about 4" extra on the 12 ft! My goal was a long, wide hammock that would fit my "work from home" COVID-19 sized body.
The sides of this fabric are not "finished", but I don't worry about that, but just turn them under with a rolled hem. The little frizzies and cog line holes are a good measuring point. I do tend to iron my hems to make them easier to stitch. This fabric has a great feel to it, and has a square and diamond ripstop grid, which seems really durable to me. It was slightly shiny on the "inside", so that was how I stitched it up. The finished hammock was 140" in length and 67" wide. I used some gray Gutterman thread (the thin stuff) and a small needle on an old Singer. Perfect! I set it up to sleep in as a house hammock, but also plan to take it on trips.
I can't say enough about the speed of shipping, and great customer service! Overall, very pleased with this purchase, and will definitely be doing more...
Awesome! Thanks so much for the review Patrick. We love this 1.2 oz MTN XL Hybrid Ripstop for making hammocks and we're glad it turned out well! Happy Hammocking!
The 1.3 MTN seems to be the perfect balance between light weight and strength. I love that it is very wide.The strength is comparable to a much heavier fabric, probably at least a typical 1.6 oz/y^2 fabric.
Thanks for the review Frederic! This is a great choice for a hammock fabric- Enjoy!