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    Lightest Hammock option with bug netting

    As stated I'm looking for lightest options for a hammock with an incorporated bug net. Not looking for weight savings in TG or BQ but rather the hammock itself.

    I'm currently using a HH Hyper light w/out any mods.

    Thanks in advance for your help.


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    Dream Hammock Darien or Simply Light Designs Trail Lair or a netless with a fronkey style net.

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    I mostly go netless, but I do carry a 1oz sea to summit head net. Figure the rest of me is covered, same as hanging in the Halfwit. I very rarely need to use it, though. Depends on where you are, I guess, I'm mostly in the mountains.

    I would look at the Weight-Weenie Micro from BIAS.
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    I would go with the half-wit over the dream darien. AFAIK dutch will allow you to select 1.0oz Hexon where Dream only does 1.6oz fabrics. You can save about 4oz there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter21 View Post
    I would go with the half-wit over the dream darien. AFAIK dutch will allow you to select 1.0oz Hexon where Dream only does 1.6oz fabrics. You can save about 4oz there
    The Dream also has a zipper on one side, where the Half-Wit has none.
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