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    Budget 11 ft wide options

    So I have a bear butt that I sleep very well in. From some previous conversations Iím not sure if this is meant to be a camping Hammy or not. I seem to be sleeping way better in budget than high-end these days.

    I am looking to spend less than $100 on an 11 foot and wide hammy that has a very easy suspension system. Iím not going on super long trips so I donít care as much about the weight of the Kodiak straps. I believe my current hammy is 6 feet wide which seems to be making a big difference in my ability to get a diagonal lay. Not sure which brands out there maybe even better quality at a decent price point or if there is someplace on this forum I can buy them at a discount

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    Senior Member Smckinney0031's Avatar
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    Check out some of the dutch netless options. For around 100 you could have a good system

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    For a few months, I have had a Dutch wide netless, which is very comfortable and versatile. This is my every night hammock at home. It is low cost but not cheap. The knotty mod makes a very nice foot box. I'm not sure of your definition of a camping hammock, but this is light enough for backpacking and it can be combined with a bottom entry net for bug protection.

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    Just bought a wild horn outpost 2 complete set up off amazon came in at £35

    Gonna try it tomorrow

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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Get this....$99...add your own suspension.....https://dutchwaregear.com/product/fl...rd/#suspension
    Great vendor.
    I have Hexon 1.6 hammocks from dutch and they are super comfortable.
    I'm 6' 195 pounds.
    Shug
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Secure in Sector Seven

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