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    Bought one of these years ago at Sportsmens Warehouse. 10 oz luxury item I wont go without.

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    I see I had responded to this thread right after getting the Z-Packs reversible stuff sack. I've been using it for a while and have no intentions of changing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikekiM View Post
    I see I had responded to this thread right after getting the Z-Packs reversible stuff sack. I've been using it for a while and have no intentions of changing.
    I have one of those and like the concept a lot. It just ends up being too lumpy for me no matter how I stuff it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reznix View Post
    I have one of those and like the concept a lot. It just ends up being too lumpy for me no matter how I stuff it.
    Indeed, that can be a problem. I am almost at the point that I need no pillow at all, so I don't stuff more than a clean shirt and maybe a fleece hat..
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    I have the 'bear' from Arrowhead Equipment. It has a little rope with a hook that can attach to your ridge line, is super light weight, comes with a stuff sack so packs nicely, and provides decent support although it works better for me if I wrap it in a fleece or some other clothing to bulk it up a bit. I like it.

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    I have a HG pillow that I've used for a while and like, I did somehow manage to lose the cord that attached to my ridgeline so I just rigged up another one. I like it and it works for me on all but the hottest of nights.

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    HG down pillow. Packable, extremely light and loop allows it to be teathered to any hammock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brohawk View Post
    HG down pillow. Packable, extremely light and loop allows it to be teathered to any hammock.
    I just got an XL pillow from HG. Speaking of that loop, what exactly is it used for? Why does a pillow need to be tethered to a hammock? It's pretty long, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke68 View Post
    I just got an XL pillow from HG. Speaking of that loop, what exactly is it used for? Why does a pillow need to be tethered to a hammock? It's pretty long, too.
    Just to keep it somewhat in place, but mostly off the ground if it does fall out of the hammock. Nemo Fillo has one, but he's not a leaper and likes it in his Freebird as much as I do, so he goes sans leash
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    Another for sea to summit. With me on vacation right now in case of hotel pillow issues


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