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    joggerjohn check out stormcrows site http://www.theperfecttrees.com/workshop.html. He is also a HF member. He makes his 2/3 UQ at 52" long by 45" wide. So it gives us broad shoulder guys a bit more coverage.
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    I just bought a 3 season from dstenberg1. Oh yeh.
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    Yeah, stormcrows site looks pretty cool.. I especially like the incubator. It looks like what I always wanted. I wonder how well it fits on a Blackbird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joggerjohn View Post
    Yeah, stormcrows site looks pretty cool.. I especially like the incubator. It looks like what I always wanted. I wonder how well it fits on a Blackbird?
    I want to know the answer to that too. I know that the Snugfit fit it with a few tweaks, and I am also possibly going to alter my SF once I see how the Yeti is suspended. They are within one ounce of one another.
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    I should have the winter ptarmigan at my door step any day now so ill let you know .
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    Quote Originally Posted by joggerjohn View Post
    I am six foot three. Is the Yeti too small for me to use. My shoulders are wide too. The Yeti looks like it was made for shorter people.
    you should be ok, should cover shoulders to a few inches from your knees, you may need a leg pad a few inches longer than a shorter user, but that will be the case with any quilt. i don't think the shoulder width should be a problem either, i've got normal shoulders and have a few inches to spare in width, the asym cut excels in that area, makes it feel a little wider through the shoulders than it otherwise would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joggerjohn View Post
    Yeah, stormcrows site looks pretty cool.. I especially like the incubator. It looks like what I always wanted. I wonder how well it fits on a Blackbird?
    It fits it great. Look at the photos on his website on the incubator page. http://www.theperfecttrees.com/products.html#Incubator All of the hammocks in the photos to the left are blackbirds.

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    i slept to 18 with my winter yeti and a half inch of landau foa under my legs. was toasty and could definetely have gone lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mule View Post
    I want to know the answer to that too. I know that the Snugfit fit it with a few tweaks, and I am also possibly going to alter my SF once I see how the Yeti is suspended. They are within one ounce of one another.
    3-season Yeti is 12.5 oz. SnugFit is 28+ oz. Or were you talking about the suspension systems?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jeff View Post
    3-season Yeti is 12.5 oz. SnugFit is 28+ oz. Or were you talking about the suspension systems?
    they changed products on you Jeff...
    Comparing the weight of the SF and Stormcrow's new one, the Incubator
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