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    Senior Member te-wa's Avatar
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    i think both of these quilts are too new on the 'market' to give a direct experience type comparison. only about 5 of my quilts are in the population, but more are on the way. it sounds like the Yeti is made for the BB, and my quilts (and suspension) are more generic, meaning they can fit any end-gathered hammock and several of the Bridge styles too.
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    i shaped the yeti specifically for "end gathered hammocks", so it should work the same on any end gathered hammock (except stock hh unless it has a zip mod). that being the case, it will not work as well on bridge hammocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pong View Post
    Can any of you tell me about the set up for the Yeti and mikeinfhaz?
    Setup was quite easy for my mikeinfhaz UQ. Bungees from the corners head and foot--I ran them through a glove hook on one end and on the other end through an extender loop Mike set up for me so the quilt would fit the HH Explorer's length. The quilt hit the right spot perfectly first time. I snugged it up a little on either end to prevent cold spots. Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    i shaped the yeti specifically for "end gathered hammocks", so it should work the same on any end gathered hammock (except stock hh unless it has a zip mod). that being the case, it will not work as well on bridge hammocks.
    sorry, brandon - hoping that my comment wasnt misleading, i did not mean to say your Yeti only fits the BB.. Just so ya'll know.

    is the Yeti a trapezoid or other shape? I have never been priveledged to see one..
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    With the temperature hovering around 80F it wasn't the best day for trying out the new Yeti on my BB. The Yeti is nice and snug and should be fine at night in the mountains.

    Mike...
    I'd describe it as a rectangle, but with slight tapers of the corners at the head end.
    Last edited by Quoddy; 05-23-2009 at 18:00.
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