Maybe I could make a net fit LOL.
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Looks like a great hammock! Thanks for the review.
Rock--another very very professional video. You did a great job showing all the plusses of this hammock. Too bad Dixiecritter would not appear
I do have issues with this 'line' of hammocks but it's not PC to discuss them here. If anyone wants another opinion PM me.
Nice review. I did one on my Explorer. I'm apparently not a camera person. Or a review person...Well done!
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Good morning Top and good review, thanks. I am considering a HH (misspent youth and now titanium knees) and doing the home work. The Deep Jungle sounds good especially with the reflective pad coupled with a closed cell one. My big consideration is can both pads be left in place and still use Snake Skins?
I am also thinking about the HH Explorer Deluxe with a Supershelter add on. Between the DJ and ED (with SS) hammocks (cold camp being the factor) which way would you go? Bulk is more of a factor than weight as the Hammock will be used on motorcycle trips and a few extra ounces will mean nothing.
Last edited by Law Dawg (ret); 09-13-2010 at 16:20.
The reflective pad does not pack or roll small. You would not be able to roll up the hammock and reflective pad and cc pad + tarp into a roll that a #4 snakeskin could fit over.
Last edited by jtbradyl; 09-13-2010 at 21:40.
You will have to remove the pad for the snake skins to work. I'm personally not a big fan of the Supershelter. I't is probably just me, some people like them. If I were looking at the two options you are I would do a Deep Jungle. But the Super Shelter's pads do pack down small.