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The Explorer Deluxe ZIP is a foot longer than the Expedition ZIP and was designed for anyone up to 300 lbs. (136 kg) and 7' (213 cm) tall. It has our patented asymmetrical shape and structural ridge line to ensure exceptional comfort and a perfect set up every time. It also has the same high performance materials, proportions and protection as the smaller Expedition ZIP. If you are really close to 6 feet (183 cm) tall and you want the luxury of extra space, this would be a good choice.
Height Limit: 7' tall (213 cm)
Weight Limit: 300 lbs (136 kg)
Packed Weight: 3 lb 9 oz (1596 g)
Packed Size: 5" x 8" x 12" (13 cm x 20 cm x 30 cm)
Hammock Fabric: 140 D oxford nylon
Bottom Fabric Dimensions: 130" x 59" (330 cm x 150 cm)
Zipper: Heavy duty black double slider YKK zipper
Mesh: 30D No-See-Um netting
Suspending Ropes: 10' (305 g) long 2100 lb. (954 kg) test low-stretch polyester core ropes with polyester cover
Webbing Straps: 2" (4.5 cm) wide x 42" (107 cm) long nylon webbing straps called "tree huggers"
Rainfly Weight: 14.4 oz (403g)
Rainfly Fabric: 70D Polyeurethane coated Rip-stop polyester
Rainfly Dimensions: A parallelogram short side 70" (178 cm), long side 110" (280 g) , short diagonal 128" (325 g) , long diagonal 140" (355 g)
Color: Bark (Greyish, Brownish Green)
Stuff Sack: Logo and set up instructions printed on ripstop polyester bag 0.7 oz (20 g)
All Hennessy Hammocks come complete with attached mosquito netting, detachable rain fly, support ropes, and stuff sack with set up instructions on back. Hennessy Hammock also provides complimentary standard 42" (107 g) long "Tree Hugger" webbing straps to protect the bark of trees. Because these accessory webbing straps are complimentary, they are weighed separately from the hammock.
Hennessy Hammocks are dedicated to making sure you are sleeping in comfort wherever your imagination takes you in the outdoors. Their Industrial Designer founder, Tom Hennessy, combines a life-long love of hammocks with a passion for innovation. In the more than 60 years that Tom has been sleeping in hammocks, he has experienced some very extreme situations that have driven his new hammock designs and features. Tom never knows when the design light bulb will go on, the lid will come off the box and another breakthrough idea will pop out to amaze the hammock-loving public.