Check out this link bukkit, maybe it will work for you.
Nice deal... depending the definition of a "nice two man tent."
I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.
"Bless you child, when you set out to thread a needle don't hold the thread still and fetch the needle up to it; hold the needle still and poke the thread at it; that's the way a woman most always does, but a man always does t'other way."
Mrs. Loftus to Huck Finn
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Bobbin Tension - A Personal Viewpoint
ENO singlenest: 101"(8.41')X53"(4.41'), 18oz.
Kalisto travel hammock: 116"(9'6")X61"(5.08'), 23.5oz. $19
I use and prefer the ENO singlenest to any other, but i just bought the Kalisto yesterday. I have yet to sleep in it. I did put the ENO guardian bug net over the Kalisto, and it fit perfect. Oh yeah, i'm 6'3"(190lb).
And to those Wally world anti's, america sold it's soul long ago, don't blame wally world, just save some loot.
So, locorogue - have you had a chance to hang out in the Kalisto? 0.o
re read my post 4 answer
I got a Kalisto - Travel Hammock for father's day. I've not been able to find any place local with the right fabric anyway. I slung it up and hung out in it a little and it was comfortable. I didn't sleep in it yet. But it was easy to get in/out of of and I fit just fine at 6 feet tall.
Not nearly as nice as some of the cool ones here, but it's a start.
I bought 2 kallistos for my sons. I hang them together, and the will hold me( 6'1", 350 lbs). I am taking them this weekend on an overnight in the sierras. will finally try hammocking with a pad.
I've always been crazy, but it's kept me from going insane. - Waylon Jennings
Just found a Kalisto @ a discount store for $8 will check it out @ summer camp next week.
I just picked one up on fathers day to hang around the back yard. Not too bad for $18. Spent the night in it and slept well. Could be a little wider, got some shoulder squeeze on my back but was fine on my side, oh well. The weight isn't bad if you remove the steel eye bolts on the suspension, i think they probably weigh more than the hammock. I like the attached stuff sack right in center edge..makes for a great spare beer holder.