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    I was going to make my own. Then I looked at the materials and labor it would take and decided to buy it (Amazon.com ~$48 shipped). I got the ENO because it fits a slightly longer hammock.

    I removed the bag from mine and it weighs 16.22 oz.

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    I too have Warbonnets .....truly nice and light.
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    I've been reading that the ENO bug net can actually hold the weight of a person if they happen to fall out of their hammock, does anyone know if is the same deal with the warbonnet?
    I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind. But I've brought a big bat. I'm all ready you see. Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowan65 View Post
    I've been reading that the ENO bug net can actually hold the weight of a person if they happen to fall out of their hammock, does anyone know if is the same deal with the warbonnet?
    Never fell into my net ....yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowan65 View Post
    I've been reading that the ENO bug net can actually hold the weight of a person if they happen to fall out of their hammock, does anyone know if is the same deal with the warbonnet?
    I don't see how!? My ENO Bugnet drapes all the way to the ground, and that's with it pulled all the way up next to the tarp. I can see the logic in cutting some of it off at the bottom. I've already gotten rid of the compression straps on the stuff sack and am now thinking of removing the sack as well. I wish the zipper was horizontal like the Warbonnet net instead of vertical.
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