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    Pack-it-lite?

    Manufacturer in Georgia.

    I never heard of 'em till tonight and I saw a couple on Ebay.

    Whaddya think?

    http://camphammocks.com/index.html

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    Made in the USA that's cool, nice pics but a little lacking on specs. 8.6 long seems short for adults and what about width???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilo3 View Post
    ...8.6 long seems short for adults and what about width???
    Unless the listed length is actually the ridgeline length.

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    First time I have ever seen them. Looks interesting.

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    Ditto on it looks short
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    Might be OK if they made a version accessible from both sides instead of just one side.

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    Not cheap either, looks ok though.

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    Good looking design but I agree, 8'6 seems a bit shot. I hope they are referencing the ridge line length. I would love to see somethin' like this tarp/sock put together by one of our cottage guys in breathable cuben. Oh wait, I think Hangnout already did that...lol. Still, nice design that I would be happy to try.

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    Not terribly bad at $140 for just the hammock. Lots of cool extras. I like the bundle option. I'm digging the window in the door. Good post.
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    I saw this a while back, but it was when he still had a slightly different prototype version. This new version looks more solid. I talked to him and he seems like a nice guy too and he has been hammock camping for 30 years. He said that it was short but wide to still allow for a flat lay. He also says that he uses a ccf pad down to almost 0* with the 4 season setup. That being said, I have never seen his gear personally. Looks neat though.

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