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Yes I do I just forgot to put it in the ad...whoops!!
Great condition Matte Black frames with warm grey lenses only worn about 3-4 times $80 shipped
Patagonia Nano puff pullover Large and forge grey in color it's in great condition. It's about 3 years old but very rarely worn. $75 shipped...
Patagonia down sweater, Large in size, black in color, about 3 years old but it may have been worn 10 times but probably less. I couldn't find any imperfections in it and it's in great condition. ...
It's 78" long
Black on the outside and green on the inside
It's in great condition, and has only been used a few times. It has been stored uncompressed and has been well takin care of. Was bought in late spring of this year. $200 shipped
hey ncgirl, my buddy has an eno doublenest and he is about 300lbs too. he really enjoys it and i think its designed to hold up to 400lbs. i dont really know anything about the mayan vs brazilian...
like a dark forest green
Lots of folks from NC
Crazy stories, i didnt see the thread on Spaceweaseal, but it looks like a pretty close call.
how about $145 shipped
Im going to lighten my load up a little
WWM weighs in at weighs in at about 10.5 ounces, my WBBB weighs in at 28 ounces, over a pound is worth the switch to me, YMMV
It has only been hung in about 5 times, and is in great condition. Comes with adjustable web suspension. Its really comfy but i wanna go lighter so im ditching the bug net. Price is $145 shipped...
I have never owned a cuben fiber tarp but i have seen one made by HG, and they are really cool and super light, congrats on the new purchase!
sounds like it was a fun trip thanks for sharing
sounds like another great hang!
nice photos and hike...looked fun
I love the smokies!
that is one weird boob statue
i didnt know you could go to the last post by clicking the arrows on the right, good info thanks
I have been looking at both of these hammocks...thanks for the review
I have had a thermarest neoair trekker for sometime now its very comfy and no leaks.
i had the same problem with mine trying to fold up, but it did work.
actually they just replaced it with the neoair xlite, the regular version is only 12 ounces!
I leaning toward the WWM but i would like someone with or has had a WB traveler, to see how it is and if they like it
LOL i dont think so but it wouldnt surprise me if they did
Looks like the suit the kid from Christmas Story was wearing:)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j96yFJP0FzI outdoor gear lab tested the sierra designs dri down...kind of intresting although i dont think that is how they meant for them to use it.
looks very comfy:D
i have always been a stuffer, i used silnet to seal my pullouts
nice...it looks alot larger than i imagined they would be.
I would love to try this, i have only been down to 23 degrees in a tent. My only concern is the bags i have, one is 20 degree and the other is a 40. anyone use two bags before?
Nicely done...my buddy is looking to do the same thing with a cheap bag, i will show him these pics thanks
I have the HG incubator and i really like it, very nicely built, but i have no experience with JRB, im sure they are just as good.
Whiskey + hammock = me getting hurt...lol
That happens to me all the time, get some cool new toys and then out the door for work:(
nevermind i found it:D
does the WWM come with any kind of suspension? I didnt see it on their website
Hmmm...i have never looked at these before i will have to check it out thanks
I tried the CCF pad and i couldnt keep it in place then i go a hammockgear incubator and its so much better, as far as not having to adjust it all the time.
Hey all, i think im going to sell WBBB hammock and get one that doesnt have a bug net. I dont really like it in the way all the time, i wanna cut some pack weight and i think i can live without it in...