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    Quote Originally Posted by stuie88 View Post
    Just been checking out dutchware, thanks for the hot tip! Finally, somewhere to get silnylon at a decent price without hassle

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    if you want really light weight, email them about sil-argon. They don't list it, but it is available. Awesome stuff, super light and waterproof. I cant remember the exact weight of my fly, but it is less than 250gm including paracord guy ropes
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudgudgeon View Post
    if you want really light weight, email them about sil-argon. They don't list it, but it is available. Awesome stuff, super light and waterproof. I cant remember the exact weight of my fly, but it is less than 250gm including paracord guy ropes
    Check ou tiergear.com.au, an Australian distributor for lightweight outdoor materials and all things DIY hammocking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeMc View Post
    Check ou tiergear.com.au, an Australian distributor for lightweight outdoor materials and all things DIY hammocking.
    cheers, its good to know there's an aussie supplier. Lots of the stuff on tiergear is from DutchWare
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    This thread has been a goldmine. I spent ages trying to find sil nylon suppliers and didn't stumble onto dutchware or tiergear. Thanks fellas

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    stuie, also check out "ripstop by the roll"

    US based, but both Ripstop by the roll and Dutchware have developed lightweight silnylon specifically for ultralight camping gear and hammocks
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    Having a hard time working out whether it's worth constructing a tarp when I can buy the dd hammocks tarp for $60 shipped? I was set on making my own but after doing the maths I don't think it's worth it. The US suppliers are dirt cheap but then they ask $30 shipping (which must be US $) and then the aussie suppliers want $20 a metre.

    Anyone used dd hammocks stuff?

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