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    Arrow SOLD: Hennessy Expedition Asym Hammock

    Asking $80 picked up or $93 shipped(price includes PayPal fees if shipped)

    Like new condition ! Used only 6 or so times and always dried before storing. Only selling because I bought a WBBB.

    Includes: Attached mosquito netting, detachable rain fly, snake skins, support ropes, 2 sets of tree huggers (long and short) to protect the of the bark of trees, and stuff sack.

    Color: Hunter green hammock with hunter green fly and black trim
    Weight: 2 lbs. 12oz., 1175 grams .
    Weight limit: 250 lbs.
    Height limit: Up to 6'0"
    Suspension system: 10' long 1600 lb. test polyester rope - 42" & 72" long x 2" wide nylon webbing straps called "tree huggers"
    Hammock dimensions: 100" x 48"'
    Hammock fabric: 210 D oxford nylon
    Canopy dimensions:
    * a parallelogram with - short side - 58" -
    * long side - 87" -
    * short diagonal - 85"
    * long diagonal -130"
    Canopy fabric: 1.9 ounce polyurethane coated nylon or polyester ripstop
    Mesh: 1 ounce 20 D polyester No-See-Um netting
    Stuff sack: Logo and set up instructions printed on ripstop nylon bag with drawstring
    Set-up-time: 2.5 minutes
    Packed size: 7" x 10"
    Suggested retail price: $139.95


    Full List Of Features: http://hennessyhammock.com/features.html


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    With the extra set of tree huggers and snakeskins, this is a good deal.
    For someone setting on the fence, that doesn't want to invest alot to start, this is where you can get off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swampfox View Post
    With the extra set of tree huggers and snakeskins, this is a good deal.
    For someone setting on the fence, that doesn't want to invest alot to start, this is where you can get off.
    $93 is a good deal considering the Exped retails for $130+ shipping and the extra set of hugger go for $15 or $20 depending on the lenght. I would just make sure that your hieght and wieght falls with-in the hammock specs.
    I own three and they are a real nice setup.

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    Thanks fellas.

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    Hey, what are all those large orange and black and yellow things on the ground under your hammock? They look somewhat familiar, but I can't place them. They look large enough to house people, albeit very uncomfortably.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    Hey, what are all those large orange and black and yellow things on the ground under your hammock? They look somewhat familiar, but I can't place them. They look large enough to house people, albeit very uncomfortably.
    HaHa ! Not sure. I do know I just bought a nice Marmot one (not pictured) right before I got the HH Expedition and have only used it once. I will get plenty of use out of it. I still enjoy tent camping, but hammocks are awesome
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    It looks like the giant slugs are circling for the attack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KerMegan View Post
    It looks like the giant slugs are circling for the attack!
    LOL !
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