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  1. #41
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    How does it compare to the WBB?

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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HangFan View Post
    How does it compare to the WBB?
    It is a totally different hammock....no bug net, no shelf, no staking out. But I like the lay of it a bit better. I think it is the length that makes it more comfortable for me.
    My WBBB will still be my go-to in buggy weather.
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    I've been in mine for about two weeks now ... made the Fronkey design bug net..4.2 ozs. .. awesome hammock without a doubt ..I'm running about 105 RL right now . math wise ..83% is 109.5.. . I started at 110.. was to long for the area I use out back .. I'll try it longer this coming week on my hike .. .. this is one Happy Wolf ... Howl at ya later ...

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  4. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    I think it is the length that makes it more comfortable for me..
    Holy Moly Shug. After reading everyone's review and watching your video I decided to make one of my own. Got 138" of ripstop hemmed up and gathered WB style.

    Wow! This thing is nearly 2' longer than my other hammocks and I feel like I've moved into the penthouse! I almost feel guilty, like driving an empty suburban, with the huge expanse of fabric from my feet and head to the end of the hammock.

    It's got a huge sweet spot, thanks for the review.

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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Whoooooooo Buddy))))))
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Booni View Post
    Holy Moly Shug. After reading everyone's review and watching your video I decided to make one of my own. Got 138" of ripstop hemmed up and gathered WB style.

    Wow! This thing is nearly 2' longer than my other hammocks and I feel like I've moved into the penthouse! I almost feel guilty, like driving an empty suburban, with the huge expanse of fabric from my feet and head to the end of the hammock.

    It's got a huge sweet spot, thanks for the review.
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Secure in Sector Seven

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    I just sewed a set of Dutch's quilt hooks on my Snipe for my quilts,,and I must say this is by far the best setup of hammock hanging and sleeping I have ever experienced..The Snipe totally rocks and is sooooo comfy,,love sleeping in it, and it definitely gives me the best lay ever with NO leg hot spots, calf problems, or hyper knee feelings whatsoever. I love this hammock.
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