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    FYI peapod deal at speer hammocks sale items

    I just noticed on Ed Speers site he has 2 peapods for sale (on the sale page) they are around 200 dollers each----something about both sides being made out of kelly green. Its a heck of a deal-------kind of wish they had been on sale when I bought my peapod last month----------but oh well, maybe some one will be able to take advantage of this--------good luck!
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    Thanks I just purchased one of them pea pods

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    Looks like someone beat me to the other peapod. It's gone also.

    Anyone want to sell a peapod?

    OR . . . Has ever tried using a Feathered Friends Rock Wren (or Winter Wren) as a peapod. Anyone ? ? ? Anyone ? ? ?
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    Yeah, I also plan to combine the Pea Pod with the Claytor no net Hammock in order to maximize the warmth. It is a simple sleep system which should save time and save weight. I hope to use it on top of Hunter Mountain in the Catskill Mountains. It should be cold windy and snowy out and with the help of a hammock sock and a tarp the set up should be windproof.

    Thanks for spotting the sale on Ed's site. I got a great deal on the Pea Pod.

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    Yeah, the Claytor no net hammock when combined with the Speer PeaPod works great as a system , especially when you surround yourself with a hammock sock in order to deflect the wind. Thanks for reporting the peapod sale on Ed Speer's online store.

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    FF wren series bags .... while arguably the most uber awesomest multifunction, top quilt, top bag / underquilt ever to rock the hammock scene....

    are just plain too short and too narrow to use as a peapod. Unless you are about 4ft tall.
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    Thanks Turk.
    Last summer I squeezed an REI Travel Sac (55*) over a Grand Trunk Travel Hammock. Except for the 40* weather it wasn't to bad. I was thinking all it needed was more insulation. From what you are saying the peapod is hard to beat for an all out overlap.
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    The pea pod works great because it engulfs your entire hammock and body in down feathers. I stayed real warm with it surrounded by a hammock sock which covered the pea pod. It functions like a giant sleeping bag.

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