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    Warbonnet Elderado

    Anyone else think this hammock is the best?

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    I love my Warbonnet BB because of the shelf which the Eldorado doesn't have

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    I like my Ridgerunner because of the flat lay, saddle bags, an ease of setup and quilt attachments.

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    I have an XLC and 3 Eldorados. Like the XLC for car camping (its a heavyweight double layer) but wish I had the new fabric. Love the Eldorado's for backpacking (single layer) and love the new Dream-Tex fabric. There may be a single layer XLC in the new fabric in my future but they are both so good I might be able to live without the shelf. We shall see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahursey530 View Post
    I have an XLC and 3 Eldorados. Like the XLC for car camping (its a heavyweight double layer) but wish I had the new fabric. Love the Eldorado's for backpacking (single layer) and love the new Dream-Tex fabric. There may be a single layer XLC in the new fabric in my future but they are both so good I might be able to live without the shelf. We shall see...
    All that being said above, I am happy to chime in on any topic praising a Warbonnet hammock

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    Best Hammock? That is definitely a personal thing. I think it is a very comfortable, quality hammock, and it is certainly an often used piece of my gear!
    Hammock Tourist / Hammock Fiend / Hammock Therapist

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    I agree 100%. Especially the having a single layer XLC in the Dream-Tex fabric in my future as well.

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    I have a XLC lightweight double layer and love it but just got an Eldorado single layer in the new fabric for my son. Just set it up in the backyard yesterday for a quick trial and I've gotta say it seems more comfortable than my XLC. Will definately have to borrow it from him for some overnight runs.

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    I consider the Eldorado and the XLC to be the same hammock. The only difference is which top you put on them. I have a single layer and double layer that are interchangeable with the four tops I have for them. 1 Eldorado net, 1 Eldorado Topcover, 1 XLC net, and 1 XLC Topcover. I can configure them based on my needs at the time. They both are great and very comfortable.


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    haha I knew posting "best" hammock would get differing opinions. Pretty cool that all replies thus far were just a different W.B. model.

    I wanted the dream tex fabric but swooped a 70D single layer off the forum and love it.

    the top cover zips onto the under quilt protector mind blown . I think a wooki is in my Future. N.F.F.

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