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    This sale is insane! I have a 0 degree Wooki and...

    This sale is insane! I have a 0 degree Wooki and a 50 degree Wooki and figured that *at some point* I would get a 20 degree Wooki - well apparently that day is today! I have to go custom because I...
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    Wow, that is some sale! I'm already scaling up my...

    Wow, that is some sale! I'm already scaling up my plans for what I'm getting.

    For anyone who hasn't gotten the email yet:

    Sale will start Saturday, May 29th and run through Monday, May 31st
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  3. Thanks, hutzelbein. That's a very helpful...

    Thanks, hutzelbein. That's a very helpful response. I hadn't thought about how the degree of sag would affect this.
  4. Use Chinook top cover/UQP configuration on a non-Warbonnet hammock?

    Has anyone ever tried using a Chinook set-up (top cover zippered to underquilt protector so that the hammock floats freely within) with a non-Warbonnet hammock? I was lying in my XLC this past...
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    I sure hope so! I've been waiting for Memorial...

    I sure hope so! I've been waiting for Memorial Day to buy a top cover and underquilt protector.
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    Okay, thank you.

    Okay, thank you.
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    Stuff sack colors?

    For the smaller stuff sacks which don't have color options, do you get a random color, or do you get the color in the picture?

    Thanks.
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    I just tried out out my new 0 degree Wooki this...

    I just tried out out my new 0 degree Wooki this weekend (first time with a Wooki rather than an Incubator). It got down to 31. I'm a cold sleeper, so that's the kind of temp I wanted a 0 degree for....
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    Also, if you are car camping at a campground...

    Also, if you are car camping at a campground site, you may not have good options for trees. When I camp with friends/family, they are strictly car campers, so I've been trying to find a...
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    I think a lot of it does have to do with personal...

    I think a lot of it does have to do with personal preferences (removing terrain factors, like desert, above treeline, etc.). For me, I just can't sleep comfortably on the ground, so a hammock is...
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    I've tried the lazy slug tube, but had a really...

    I've tried the lazy slug tube, but had a really hard time compressing it to fit in my pack, while individual components fit no problem. Which tube do you use? Do you use it in winter as well, with...
  12. Huh, weird! I had heard that charcoal gray was...

    Huh, weird! I had heard that charcoal gray was somewhat brownish, but sharkskin gray I thought would be more like the RBTR charcoal gray on my Dream hammock. I love that gray by the way - I wish WB...
  13. Okay, that's good information, thanks. I tried...

    Okay, that's good information, thanks. I tried removing the bug-netting just to test things out, and it turns out I actually find it more comfortable without the footbox! Getting rid of the footbox...
  14. New light ocean blue and sharkskin gray colors?

    I was messing around recently on the Ridgerunner page, and I saw a couple of new color options - light ocean blue and sharkskin gray. They are available for the BB hammocks too. Does anyone know...
  15. What side of your BB/XLC do you get in on? Footbox side or non-footbox side?

    Hi, I have an XLC that's fairly new to me - I've only had it out a few times. I'm a left lay, so head right/feet left, and my preferred side to get in on is the left side. That way I get into the...
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    I use a hammock stand when sleeping over at my...

    I use a hammock stand when sleeping over at my parents' house. Luckily they don't mind me partially taking over the upstairs because that thing is bulky. At my house I use the adjustable wall anchors...
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    I have a hammock in my bedroom. The only reason I...

    I have a hammock in my bedroom. The only reason I ever sleep in my bed is to sleep with my old cat.
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    Sure, although it's probably going to be a while...

    Sure, although it's probably going to be a while before it arrives.
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    Excellent, thanks! I purchased a 0 degree custom...

    Excellent, thanks! I purchased a 0 degree custom Wooki a few days ago. I also ponied up for the reverse lay. I've always been a left layer, but when I bought my XLC last year I had decided to try a...
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    Nice looking tarp!

    Nice looking tarp!
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    I have both a double-layer Ridgerunner and a...

    I have both a double-layer Ridgerunner and a single-layer XLC. Here is how they compare in my experience. Note, I don't own a Wooki (yet! I'm ordering one today!), so I've used an Incubator on my...
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    I hang mine in my basement, with bricks holding...

    I hang mine in my basement, with bricks holding down the guylines so that there is tension. Then I put the seamsealer on using a cheap foam brush. I use Permatex 81730 Flowable Silicone Windshield...
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    Here are some pics of my purple Dreamtex...

    Here are some pics of my purple Dreamtex Blackbird XLC. It's a great color!

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    Is this tarp actually evergreen?

    This is a tarp I bought in last year's sale. I had ordered evergreen, but was surprised at how dark the tarp was when it arrived. The color of the stuff sac is actually how I imagined evergreen to be...
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    I'd really been crossing my fingers for a sale on...

    I'd really been crossing my fingers for a sale on underquilts, but heck, I'll take it! I know it's been a tough year (plus they still have that message up on their site), so I was wondering whether...
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    I thought I'd add my thoughts to reznix's points....

    I thought I'd add my thoughts to reznix's points.

    I agree about the silpoly. My tarps are both silnylon, but they sag horribly in rain, and I've heard that silpoly is better with that (and people...
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    That's the same set-up I have (except I had 2qzq...

    That's the same set-up I have (except I had 2qzq add a center pole pocket because Warbonnet didn't used to offer them), and it has worked well. I've used it with a Ridgerunner, a Dreamhammock...
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    Thanks. I hadn't realized they weren't produced...

    Thanks. I hadn't realized they weren't produced by Dutch. I just tried googling 'puffer pouch' and found the original manufacturer, who is still selling them. I won't post a link on this forum, but...
  29. I have them in my bedroom, and I sleep in my...

    I have them in my bedroom, and I sleep in my hammock probably 3/4 of the time. The only time I sleep in the bed is if I want to cuddle with my kitties, who so far are not very excited about getting...
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    Puffer pouches discontinued?

    I have a couple of the puffer pouches and think they are awesome. I've been eagerly waiting for more colors/sizes to come back into stock, but now I can't find the puffer pouches listed on the...
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    Wow, that is one interesting tent. It would be...

    Wow, that is one interesting tent. It would be too flat for me and my weird back, but it's cool to see a suspended tent.

    Also, nice landscaping job, Shug! I wish my front yard looked like that....
  32. I'm really not a tent fan. If I have to go to...

    I'm really not a tent fan. If I have to go to ground, I prefer a mid. Even four-man tents give me a closed-in feeling, and I prefer floorless. That being said, I have a very tough time sleeping on...
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    Great info! Thanks so much!

    Great info! Thanks so much!
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    I had to go looking for this - I'd never seen it...

    I had to go looking for this - I'd never seen it on the site before! Truth be told I couldn't find it even now by exploring menus - I had to do a search for 'ridgeline'. It does look pretty nifty - I...
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    Thanks! Yeah, I'd probably get two, one for the...

    Thanks! Yeah, I'd probably get two, one for the actual ridgeline to hold my CPAP (this is obviously a car-camping rig - I can't take my CPAP backpacking anyway as I don't have a battery for it), and...
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    My camp shoes are cloth and rubber water shoes...

    My camp shoes are cloth and rubber water shoes (so a bit more substantial than flip-flops but still flexible in the same way). My CPAP machine is 9.5" X 5.5" and 4.5" tall. About the size of a loaf...
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    Thanks. Yeah, that is a problem I run into with...

    Thanks. Yeah, that is a problem I run into with my Incubator. I grabbed a Warbonnet pillow in the last sale and that helps.
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    Yeti drawbacks?

    I've been looking at new underquilts for my XLC. I definitely want to get a 20 degree Wooki, and probably a 0 degree Wooki as well. The 20 would be perfect for up to probably 80 degrees, but for...
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    :D

    :D
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    I'm not really surprised. I don't think it would...

    I'm not really surprised. I don't think it would be a minor mod - it would be something where they'd really have to put in some design time.
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    Specifically what I'm looking for is partial...

    Specifically what I'm looking for is partial doors. Unfortunately I haven't seen anyone but Warbonnet offering partial doors. Maybe Warbonnet will offer end pole mods someday...
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    Here is the review from my mom: "I can't...

    Here is the review from my mom:

    "I can't believe how compact and light everything is. It's really amazing. I really like my waterproof skirt." (she and my dad both got rainskirts)
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    I also had a chat with her about it, back when I...

    I also had a chat with her about it, back when I got my center pole mod (because the end pole mod was what I actually wanted), but they hadn't done that before, and told me I needed to figure out...
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    Thing is that I already have a Superfly, so it's...

    Thing is that I already have a Superfly, so it's hard for me to justify buying another tarp with the same "body" (if you get what I mean) - so basically any standard winter tarp. If Jared offered...
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    This is my dream set-up actually. I'd love to...

    This is my dream set-up actually. I'd love to have the end pole mod especially, but I would probably get both center + end. I really hope Warbonnet adds the end-pole mod as an option. Also, I'm...
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    Thanks, Shug, but the gear sling is actually a...

    Thanks, Shug, but the gear sling is actually a different product from the ridgeline sling, which seems to be newer (there is a link in my original post if you are curious). I haven't been able to...
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    Ridgeline sling?

    Does anyone have one of these? They look pretty cool. Does anyone know whether you could fit camp shoes in there? I kind of like the idea of having a ridgeline sling attached to the pull-outs with my...
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    Though I wouldn't describe it as hilarious, I've...

    Though I wouldn't describe it as hilarious, I've come to find the repeated postings of some on this thread to be pretty amusing, as I enjoy speculating on people's motives for their posts. I'm no...
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    Some people enjoy being haters. I also suspect...

    Some people enjoy being haters. I also suspect that there is a healthy dose of jealousy involved when people have this kind of antipathy towards people making money with their hobby. As you said, if...
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