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    antigravity gear partial bugnet?

    anybody try to hang one of these from a ridge line? seems like a comfortable step up from a head net if it would work, and i like the weight...

    (i would be thinking about next year's bugs early, i guess!)

    http://www.antigravitygear.com/prodd...=UBG300&cat=73

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    Looks like a great idea! I like the multi-purpose use too, in case you need to go to the ground. The price and weight are both good.

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    I just received mine in the mail and have tried it twice. I think it works great! I tried hanging it from a fixed ridge line on my hammock but it was a little cramped for me. Hanging it from the tarp ridge line worked great.

    The bug net is fully adjustable from inside the netting and the design is well thought out. I'll post photos once I can get a suitable hanging spot.

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    We need pictures! LOL!!!

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