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  1. #11

    Join Date
    Jan 2017
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    Dutch Chameleon, DIY
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    Pics of the custom length catch-all sack. Fits perfect....exactly what I wanted with “loop to loop” coverage.
    Jared/SLD = SIMPLY AMAZING!
    I can GUARANTEE I will be ordering additional items from SLD for any upcoming needs.

    First Pic is my Chameleon. With 40 degree HG full length TQ & full length UQ, SLD Apex pillow, bugnet, big ridgeline gear hammock, etc, all

    Second pic is with the 40 degree set swapped out for a huge fluffy UGQ Zero degree set

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  2. #12
    Senior Member
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    Jan 2015
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    Tampa, FL
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    Chameleon Hexon 1.6
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    KC Cat Tangle 12
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    Whoopie & shackle
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    This guy is jealous.

    If I didn't already iterate three times on catch-all sack orders with Jared, I'd order another one.

    Maybe I will anyway.

  3. #13
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    Sarasota Florida
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    Quote Originally Posted by 100 Ton View Post
    Pics of the custom length catch-all sack. Fits perfect....exactly what I wanted with “loop to loop” coverage.
    Jared/SLD = SIMPLY AMAZING!
    I can GUARANTEE I will be ordering additional items from SLD for any upcoming needs.

    First Pic is my Chameleon. With 40 degree HG full length TQ & full length UQ, SLD Apex pillow, bugnet, big ridgeline gear hammock, etc, all

    Second pic is with the 40 degree set swapped out for a huge fluffy UGQ Zero degree set

    3493A333-E9B4-4A97-A42C-31B7F591D970.jpg

    92250D74-AF4E-465A-AB57-DCDA07A77DB5.jpg
    Is that the winter width or standard? I have a standard on the way. Just trying to get an idea of size.


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  4. #14
    michigandave's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
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    Clarkston, MI
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    SLD Voyageur and Trail Lair
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    4 SLD's and HG CF
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    HG, JRB, EE
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    straps - whoopies
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    Here's a first generation Jared (no mesh air reliever) winter tube, 11 foot SLD Voyageur hammock, 0 degree HG Econ Incubator UG and 0 degree Enlightened Equipment Enigma TQ. Pic was taken while packing for a winter trip. I would pack the whole thing in a big drybag to speed up my setup in camp.

  5. #15

    Join Date
    Jan 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltfly View Post
    Is that the winter width or standard? I have a standard on the way. Just trying to get an idea of size.


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    Mine is the vented winter version (Picture below) This is thing is nice (as evidenced by the huge smiley face it makes in the photo below ), and the vented strip makes a huge difference in stuffing it in my pack. My DIY silnylon version was not vented, and was much narrower and both of those characteristics made it a little difficult stuff into my pack. This one swallows all my gear easily, and is a breeze to stuff into my pack.

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    Last edited by 100 Ton; 08-20-2019 at 05:26.

  6. #16
    michigandave's Avatar
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    Clarkston, MI
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    The venting was a huge improvement with the sleeve. There was no way I would have even been able to stuff that monster in a pack. I bought mine from his clearance section knowing that it's tough to get it all compacted. I only use it for winter trips when I'm using my hot tent and wanted an easy way to protect my hammock and quilts, since I would take them down and just toss it in the corner so I have room for entertaining the crew.

  7. #17

    Join Date
    Feb 2016
    Location
    Long beach, NY not cali
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    Dutch Wide 11', H.H.
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    Superfly, Noah 12'
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    So just used mine for the first time today
    Love it, should have tried it sooner
    I left my hammock gear 40* under and 40* top quilt in place as well as my Dutch wide hammock with fronkey style bugnet and gear hammock and pillow....
    Went on just like my snake skins for.my tarp...
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  8. #18
    Senior Member coachhahn's Avatar
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    Aug 2014
    Location
    Sewell, NJ
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    Just did a test fit today and it's awesome. I have a 10.5' Bearded Hanger wide body hammock, 20 deg LLG underquilt, 40 deg topquilt, pillow, and winter sock in there. Takes seconds to get everything in there and so easy to just stuff in my pack. So much easier then packing everything individually. So happy I found this. Jared shiped in one day and had it a few days later.

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