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  1. #11
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    Couldn’t help but laugh when I read this, the same thing happened to me just about 30 minutes ago when I got home and unpacked it.

    I’m laying in it right now and I can’t believe that I didn’t get this earlier. Unbelievably comfortable! Good bye calf-ridge. Dare I say maybe even more comfortable than the amok?

    Thanks for sharing that link Trailslug- one more thing for me to buy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnspenn View Post
    Any chance either of you have some closer-up pictures than what is shown on Arrowhead's site, of all the different features of the bag (or a link to a DIY build)? I might attempt a DIY on this.



    So you use a sap sack on both ends?



    I don't have a Spindrift (yet) but thanks for trying to get me to buy one haha!



    How did you attach them? Pics are good =)

    Thanks guys!
    It's just a long slender single sided stuff sack. Not much to it. If you're competent with a sewing machine it's not difficult at all.

    Mine is a little too long as it was made to work with the first generation ridge runner poles, not the newer shorter ones.

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    I also removed the triangle piece and replaced it with a Dutch biner, way easier to install the spindrift this way

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    Yep...stock stuffsack and a little homebuilt bag for the poles when I'm hiking. For paddling or car camping trips I got the prototype Lazy Slug Tube that will swallow my TQ, UQ, pillow, and about anything else I want to cram inside. The suspension stays outside and the whole thing stays crammed a drybag until I'm ready to retire for the evening.

    http://wildernesslogics.com/BRIDGE-H...-SLUG-BLST.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by zukiguy View Post
    Yep...stock stuffsack and a little homebuilt bag for the poles when I'm hiking. For paddling or car camping trips I got the prototype Lazy Slug Tube that will swallow my TQ, UQ, pillow, and about anything else I want to cram inside. The suspension stays outside and the whole thing stays crammed a drybag until I'm ready to retire for the evening.

    http://wildernesslogics.com/BRIDGE-H...-SLUG-BLST.htm
    Thanks for the reminder, I completely forgot about the lazy slug

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    After dozens of outings with my RR over the last couple of yrs I've settled with simply rolling up the RR from one end to the end when I break camp (no stuff sack) and simply stuffing the RR in my backpack.
    My spreader bars break into 7 total pieces and they nest down to just 4 equal length pieces, about a foot long each which fits nicely inside my pack.

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    I had Simply light designs make me a pole sack with reinforced bottom ( around $11 shipped) it also holds the nano light poles from my cloudburst pole mod . I removed my stock buckles at the triangle and larks headed a continuous loop in ( One grey one at the foot end and a red one at the head end) . I use dutch’s beetle buckles which I love. I store the straps and buckles in a mesh bag with my mud mat and tent stakes. The rr body itself stays in warbonnets two-sided stuff sack with the continuous loop’s poking out of each end.

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    I made a stuff sack for The Terminator's poles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravitythief76 View Post
    I had Simply light designs make me a pole sack with reinforced bottom ( around $11 shipped) it also holds the nano light poles from my cloudburst pole mod . I removed my stock buckles at the triangle and larks headed a continuous loop in ( One grey one at the foot end and a red one at the head end) . I use dutch’s beetle buckles which I love. I store the straps and buckles in a mesh bag with my mud mat and tent stakes. The rr body itself stays in warbonnets two-sided stuff sack with the continuous loop’s poking out of each end.
    Sounds similar to what I use. I also have a Simply Light Designs pole bag with reinforced bottom I use to store the spreader bars. I use Beetle Buckles and dyneema straps as well. Store those in a gallon zip loc freezer bag. Much of where I hang is coniferous forest, pine, spruce, and fir, so sappy trees. The ziploc keeps the sap off everything else. The hammock itself I stuff into the double ended stuff sack. Thought about just stuffing the hammock into the pack, but am a little concerned about the bugnet tearing on something. I guess if the netting were rolled to the inside it would be protected. I'll have to look into this more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnspenn View Post
    Any chance either of you have some closer-up pictures than what is shown on Arrowhead's site, of all the different features of the bag (or a link to a DIY build)?
    Here are a couple of pictures of the Arrowhead bag. At the time of this picture, the main pocket contained the poles for my Cloudburst tarp pull-out and the small pocket had about 8 aluminum tent stakes. Both pockets have a velcro enclosure. If you have any specific questions, let me know.

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