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    3 Days With Lawson Blue Ridge Hammock

    Hello, I just spent a few nights in the Lawson Blue Ridge Hammock again to do another review for fun.


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    Thank you for the video review! New to all of this, and its great to see honest opinions for true enthusiasts.

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    Great video with awesome insight/info. Really appreciate you posting. Lawson Hammock (Blue Ridge Camping Hammock) tent hammocks are the best and love that they are so versatile, can be used on the ground and have a "flatter" bed for a more comfortable sleep than other hammocks. If you want to pack it down smaller or have a lighter load, you can remove the spreader bars, but at approx. 4lbs, it's light enough for me considering that weight includes the rain fly and bug netting and the fact that I don't need to carry a ground tarp like I do with a tent. Good stuff BackPackHiker!

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    Thanks, I appreciate your feedback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabond View Post
    Great video with awesome insight/info. Really appreciate you posting. Lawson Hammock (Blue Ridge Camping Hammock) tent hammocks are the best and love that they are so versatile, can be used on the ground and have a "flatter" bed for a more comfortable sleep than other hammocks. If you want to pack it down smaller or have a lighter load, you can remove the spreader bars, but at approx. 4lbs, it's light enough for me considering that weight includes the rain fly and bug netting and the fact that I don't need to carry a ground tarp like I do with a tent. Good stuff BackPackHiker!
    Thanks, I might try taking the bars out to see how comfortable it is without the bars. I actually like it with the bars. Have you used it without the bars in the past?

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