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    Voyaguer complete at 15.7 oz

    Very happy with my UL Simply Light Designs hammock. It is an 11 foot Voyaguer using 1.2 MTN XL. It has peak shelves at each end, tie outs and UQ loops.

    Total weight of the hammock, cordage, and tree straps is 15.7 oz. A great component of an UL hammock set. Addition of a Yeti 40 degree UQ a 20 degree TQ and a rain fly come in at 59 oz total.

    I use the netless hammock for fall and spring backpacking when bugs are not a problem. I used it last spring on a 9 day Ozark Highlands Trail thru hike and it worked wonderfully.

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    Glad you enjoy your Voyageur! It's an awesome hammock and I was involved in the development of it. I wanted a dedicated winter (non bug season) hammock that was as comfortable as my Trail Lair. Peak shelves were created to help keep stray winter gear like hats and gloves plus personal protection devices close by.

    Post some pics when you can!

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    Sounds pretty sweet! I have yet to sample this highly rated brand of hammocks, sounds like I am missing something!

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    No photos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by runners_low View Post
    Very happy with my UL Simply Light Designs hammock. It is an 11 foot Voyaguer using 1.2 MTN XL. It has peak shelves at each end, tie outs and UQ loops.

    Total weight of the hammock, cordage, and tree straps is 15.7 oz. A great component of an UL hammock set. Addition of a Yeti 40 degree UQ a 20 degree TQ and a rain fly come in at 59 oz total.

    I use the netless hammock for fall and spring backpacking when bugs are not a problem. I used it last spring on a 9 day Ozark Highlands Trail thru hike and it worked wonderfully.
    I'm located about an hour or so east of Mtn. Home. We should plan a hike sometime!
    Hammock Tourist / Hammock Fiend / Hammock Therapist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppy View Post
    I'm located about an hour or so east of Mtn. Home. We should plan a hike sometime!
    I'll be completing a section hike of the TOT this fall by hiking from Wollum to OT Western TH. Perhaps you can join me somewhere along the line.

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