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    Snake skins

    Just ordered a WBBB 1.7 DL. This is my first real hammock, I was wondering if you can fit it inside of snake skins or is the bag it comes in just as easy? Thanks

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    New Member savagesicslayer's Avatar
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    The included stuff sack fits the hammock very well.
    "The forest is my chapel.The trees are the pillars and walls of an endless cathedral.The wind in the trees is my choir.The land gives me water for my thirst and food for my famine.My blades grant me safe passage,give me food and make my shelter.Survival is my religion and I am it's disciple"

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    Member joefbtg28's Avatar
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    The stuff sack it comes with is actually a bishop bag. This means it has openings at each end with draw strings. It works really well to allow you to get your straps out on one side, then tighten the draw strings to protect your hammock until you have the tree straps set up. I want snake skins for my tarp, but like the bishop bag for the hammock. Have a good one!

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