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  1. #11
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  2. #12
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    Aug 2020
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    Nomadic, US SW at moment
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    one wind 11' wide
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    one wind 12'
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottS View Post
    Which one is that?

  3. #13
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    HG Journey

  4. #14

    Join Date
    Jun 2021
    Location
    Georgia
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    SLD Trail Lair
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    MyersTech+whoopie
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    The HG Journey is looking super tempting. Great price, center tie-outs, line locs & RR spacing panel pulls.

    I also want to upgrade my trail winder to jared's modular system; the journey would free up some funds for that as well 🤔

    One of my big appeals with the Winter Haven is getting coverage closer to the ground for a more enclosed feel. I imagine that most of the time I wouldn't need it but my mind's already excited about it, so hard to walk that back, hah.

  5. #15
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    WBBB XLC, WBRR,Dutch Argon1.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneClick View Post
    Here's my Superfly (green, 21.15oz) and Winter Haven (gray, 31.20oz). Weights include bag, mesh sleeve, zingit, and tarp flyz.

    The haven is a biggun, I only used it on a few winter trip when I was pulling the sled. And now that I hot tent in the winter I'll probably never use it again. I should sell it, but it's just so darn nice! Anyone considering one, I recommend the 2-pole setup. 3 is overkill IMO. Once I only used one center pole and it was still roomy inside.

    What are you using as a hot tent / hot hammock tarp?

  6. #16
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    IN
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    DIY 10.5' HyperD 1.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick2world View Post
    What are you using as a hot tent / hot hammock tarp?
    Smokehouse Outfitter I. I absolutely love it! Just the right amount of space without being too much to heat.

  7. #17

    Join Date
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    Thanks for the discussion everyone - your shared experiences and pics helped me visualize and narrow down what I was after.

    I set up my existing gear to get a better sense of what the options might look like and I think the XL fabric from SLD and door snaps tugged on me. So in the end:

    Winter Haven
    Silpoly XL, Dark Olive
    Ridge Runner Spacing panel pulls
    Door Snaps
    Line Locs
    Single interior pole


    Just pulled the trigger and before I even posted this, Jared's emailed me to give me notice about shipping expectations from RSBTR.
    be still my beating heart

  8. #18
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    Pictures or it didnt happen.

  9. #19
    New Member
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    Mar 2021
    Location
    North Alabama
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    Warbonnet Blackbird xlc
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    WB Super Fly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twistytee View Post
    I just took my Superfly and hammock kit down to 24 degrees for a back yard test drive. Very versatile tarp and enjoy the full door coverage.

    Untitled by Twistytee, on Flickr
    The Super Fly is fantastic in rain storms. IMO: You buy the one you want. Don't depend on my good taste...

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