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Thread: BB vs. Traveler

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChacMool View Post
    On the Arrowhead Equipment site, I don't see anything about Bear Burrito Oven quilts. Can you give us a link?
    BBO's aren't quilts, they are fabric top covers for Blackbirds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChacMool View Post
    Can you give us a link?
    http://www.arrowhead-equipment.com/a...originals.html
    (about half-way down the page)
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    hey there i have both but i started with the DL T then BB then SL T think if this is your first hammock get the T SL it cheaper and a great way to start out its light and you can sleep both ways in it as against you can only sleep one direction in the BB, also i like the fact that you can use the bug net i bought separately on the T when you need, and use the net with other hammocks as well, youll have an open hammock when you dont need it.. as far as comfort i think there just the same the foot box is a plus as is the shelf but you have to tie it out to get the best out of that feature and i like to swing free t like them all but guess you have to ask yourself what you want out of a hammock budget,weight,function elct.my go to hammock is the T SL hope this helps either way warbonnet make a killer product and you wont be disappointed with either choice....

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    Blackbird for me. I don't own a traveler but I'm sure it's a fine hammock (I do have several other open ones). I like the fact that with the bb I'm not going to kick my quilt out in the middle of the night and also like the protection the net offers for us southern hangers. On more than one occasion I've had a spider repel down on my and I'm not fond of that. It keeps many other creepy crawlers and skeeters out too!

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