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    Snake Skins for Warbonnet BB hammock & MJ tarp?

    After decades of backpacking with a tent, I just purchased my first hammock (Blackbird 1.1 dbl layer) and a MamaJamba tarp to go with it. Didn't buy the stuff sacks; thinking of DIY or acquiring snake skins for the BB and/or the MJ.

    Been searching the threads here and learning what I can, but thought I'd solicit some input for my specific set-up. I know there are lots of options and schools of thought, and I hope this thread can be a repository for some of that.

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    They come with a bishop bag and stuff sack respectably.
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    There's also the Lazy Slug Tube. I'm mobile and don't have a link but search for it. Pretty cool idea.
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    Get snakeskins at least for the tarp would be my advice. Ease of set-up is unmatched. I have lazy slug tubes for the rest but haven't been able to test it yet. Hoping it will make it easy to get everything else up and down.

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    After wanting the same things, I just purchased a Lazy Slug from WL (link below). They also have tarp snakeskins, but I got those from Mountain Goat.
    http://wildernesslogics.com/
    http://www.outdoortrailgear.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotaross View Post
    After wanting the same things, I just purchased a Lazy Slug from WL (link below). They also have tarp snakeskins, but I got those from Mountain Goat.
    http://wildernesslogics.com/
    http://www.outdoortrailgear.com/
    Thanks for those links!

    I've inquired about the Mountain Goat mesh sleeve, which looks like what I want for the MamaJamba tarp.

    My initial under insulation will be pads rather underquilt, so the Lazy Slug might not be the best fit for my tarp.

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