“Things are as they are. Looking out into the universe at night, we make no comparisons between right and wrong stars, nor between well and badly arranged constellations.”
― Alan W. Watts
I tend to hank but have found that skins do help a great deal.
The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering. - St. Augustine
Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.
- Bob Marley
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Figure eight video demo. Simple, fast! Figure eights rock. Throwing them out to uncoil makes me happy in that fiddly, geeky, perfect solution kind of way that makes me suited well to hanging.
I've only deployed my new Darth Hanger Snakeskins twice now, but it is true, my Zing-it comes out the same way it went in, very smooth.
Nothing new that the other folks havent said, but I did get to say "Darth Hanger Snakeskins"!
if none of this appeals to you I have used old hotel key cards as winders just cut a "v" in either end
I use zing-it with line locks. Grab a corner, toss the lines into it, and start rolling. If a line falls out, just toss it back in, slide the skin over, repeat for the other end. When setting up, slide the skins off and everything just drops. If the lines do get tangled, a quick pull and they come apart easy.......RR
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Hanking plus using Z-line which is somewhat stiff.
"As a well spent day brings happy sleep, a well spent life brings happy death." -Da Vinci
Hank each line and stuff it into a small "hennessy style" pouch. My Hennessy tarps already have the pouches and I added pouches to my Clark Hammock Tarp.
I use Speers no tangle line and a python tube. Works great. Sometimes I use the figure eight on the lines still, but mainly for storage and when I know I will be just leaving the tarp in the tube for a few days. I only deploy the tarp when necessary.