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    Quote Originally Posted by SquirrelGirl View Post
    We snagged two of the bugnet ones last time for our kids (age 10 & 4) and they are great! No fancy frills (well except a bugnet!) but they certainly do the job and can easily be mod'd suspension-wise.


    Hey squirllgirl, my wife has 3 of the netted ones, cheaper than a bug net itself,,They did not offer the dbl in green before so i picked on up for a spare, i think i have gotten 1 or 2 everytime it has come up in the last year, I really need to let it go by next time, we have atleast 7 of these now.
    Just cant pass up a good deal i guess?,,. Always have one in the bottum of my pack for emergancy, or to lend if someone needs one..

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    I didn't need another hammock, but grabbed one any way. Price was to good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbait View Post
    I didn't need another hammock, but grabbed one any way. Price was to good.


    Thats just the gut reaction of a true hammocker..

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    Just grabbed one myself!
    Might use the material in my next DIY project.

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    I did a review on the Yukon net version here....https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=78039

    If you are around 5ft 5 then this would be a great hammock. At 6ft 2 and 275 I was very confined in it ( and yes, I am over the weight limit for it but it held me ).
    Hunger / Halloween Hang Oct 2015

    I am 18 with 45 years of experience !

    Hike the Neusiok Trail !

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    Got my 3 double hammocks yesterday After stringing it up in my basement I am pleasantly surprised in the comfort of their double hammock. I am not a big guy by any means (5'9" 145 lbs) but they seem to be well worth the cost of $20. Wouldn't hesitate in recommending to a beginner who wants to get a fresh elevated perspective.

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