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    who are the most extreme hangers on hammock forums

    who would you consider the top extreme hangers on hammock forums.
    i nominate shug and turk.turk pack rafts on rivers in canada in the winter
    time with ice hang off his gear paddling down the river,and shug camps at 30 below
    zero and i love both of these guys great videosneo
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    Cannibal comes to mind. Extreme amount of gear. But if you meant extreme weather Shug fo sho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekul View Post
    Cannibal comes to mind. Extreme amount of gear. But if you meant extreme weather Shug fo sho.
    i have extreme amounts of gear lolneo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekul View Post
    Cannibal comes to mind. Extreme amount of gear. But if you meant extreme weather Shug fo sho.

    my record is minus 5 below zero so i dont qualify as an extreme hangerneo
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    I would put myself on the border of extreme when it comes to cold weather. I've been at recorded temps of -14F and winds from 10-20ish mph. I think I can call myself an extreme cold weather hanger, but I don't hike in it like those two do. But, I am going to be building myself a pulk this summer so next year I intend on joining the ranks.

    Better go get another hammock neo, somebody sold me their DD this morning.
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    Well, there's extreme cold and also extreme locations. I love to see pictures of people hanging in places you couldn't even think about going to ground on. Just off cliff faces, across streams, etc. Maybe people could submit photos, and this group could vote on the most extreme hanger? More pictures of that would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    I would put myself on the border of extreme when it comes to cold weather. I've been at recorded temps of -14F and winds from 10-20ish mph. I think I can call myself an extreme cold weather hanger, but I don't hike in it like those two do. But, I am going to be building myself a pulk this summer so next year I intend on joining the ranks.

    Better go get another hammock neo, somebody sold me their DD this morning.
    you sound extreme to me dudeneo
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    Thanks for calling me extreme .... but I have no choice up here if I want to go backpacking. For me extreme would be hanging in 110 heat with no wind and abundant sunshine!!!!!! Gaaahhhh, give me shade, wind and cold!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Thanks for calling me extreme .... but I have no choice up here if I want to go backpacking. For me extreme would be hanging in 110 heat with no wind and abundant sunshine!!!!!! Gaaahhhh, give me shade, wind and cold!
    Shug of the Shade and Gloom
    your right dude,i can handle cold much better than heat lolneo
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    cool, that makes us AZ hangers extreme

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