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    Quote Originally Posted by goobie View Post
    I have one that weighs a whopping 17 grams!! I'd cross it off the father's day list at that hefty weight penalty, definitely WAY too heavy
    Okay, read this a little too late for Fathers' Day, but it'll either go on a birthday/christmas list or be bought outright.

    Thanks Folks!

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    XLC shelf for me

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    2QZQ make an excellent peak bag. I use one of their shock-corded bags in the foot end of my hammock to keep lightweight, bulky items within easy reach when I need them, things like a fleece pullover, shemagh, or beanie cap. With careful stuffing, I can actually squeeze my entire summer top quilt into it! (YMMV...) I prefer to use the peak bag in a hammock with an integrated bug net; the mesh helps to keep the full bag wrangled inside the hammock, where it could possibly roll out and dangle from a netless one.

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    How are they attached to the RL? My RL on the XLC is permanent and not removable as far as I know.
    “The word hammockable (Meaning: two trees that are the perfect distance apart between which a hammock can be hung) is not in the dictionary, but it should be.”

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    RL is permanent, but I bet it's removable. I undo my suspension and run the loop on the bags shock cord onto one leg of the suspension and reattach. If you don't want to do that, just prusik that loop onto the RL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burg54 View Post
    How are they attached to the RL? My RL on the XLC is permanent and not removable as far as I know.
    I use prussics and mitten hooks. Allows me to easily switch hammocks. Also, in the winter my peakbag usually has extra socks, gloves, hat. Nice to have it accessible in my pack to get to that stuff, just in case. Then I just clip it on when I get the hammock set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMushroom View Post
    I use prussics and mitten hooks. Allows me to easily switch hammocks. Also, in the winter my peakbag usually has extra socks, gloves, hat. Nice to have it accessible in my pack to get to that stuff, just in case. Then I just clip it on when I get the hammock set up.
    Smart. I like it.
    “The word hammockable (Meaning: two trees that are the perfect distance apart between which a hammock can be hung) is not in the dictionary, but it should be.”

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