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    Thanks for that, it does look very nice.
    I wish I could buy that fabric it is just so nice and soft.
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    I like it! if this weren't so expensive, I think I'd get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    Yep! It was an impulse.
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    Glad to see HH is being responsive to market trends. The Trail Days price is great, but even the regular price is cheaper than buying one of their hammocks plus a Super Shelter.
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    Looking forward to what people say once they have some time in one of these
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    How sturdy is the Hyperlite fabric?

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    I noticed that the word "Patented" was significantly noticeable on the tag. I'm surprised he doesn't work that into the fabric pattern somehow.

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    18" opening for a pad? What pad fits? Or, folded lengthwise then unfolded?

    Wonder if TH is thinking double use for the SS OCF pad. Hmmm.

    I like the Grey color better than my Coyote Brown.

    The one sided zipper for the bugnet flopped over the ridgeline seems unsophisticated compared to my ZQ mod.

    Great report but so far,

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    I received a reply from HH regarding the pricing of the two models. The smaller one will be $260 and the large $290.
    Out of my price range. Way out. If they were the same price as the regular HH, I might have bought one.

    Guess I'll jump in the line for a BB and Yeti...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wentworth View Post
    I received a reply from HH regarding the pricing of the two models. The smaller one will be $260 and the large $290.
    Out of my price range. Way out. If they were the same price as the regular HH, I might have bought one.

    Guess I'll jump in the line for a BB and Yeti...
    Yes, methinks our man in Colorado may never catch his breath. He's going to have to do some sort of shutdown like the guy at ULA packs to ever get time to hike.

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