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    Senior Member rigidpsycho's Avatar
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    May 2007
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    Lexington, Ky
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    dbl layer SBPro & GT Nano 7
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    Funky Forest Tarp
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    no sew SPE/ Sb Uq
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    tree sling/huggers
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    I have the Skeeter Beeter Pro and I love it. As Cavscout said iit is very roomy. I actually just modified mine to a double layer hammock by sewing my old Skeeter Beeter Pro where the netting ripped to the bottom of my new one. You can check out my video in the video section and I pics of my setup in my gallery.
    Last edited by rigidpsycho; 02-02-2010 at 10:58.
    Chris

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    Doctari's Avatar
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    Oct 2006
    Location
    Cincinnati, Oh
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    WBBB
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    Custom OES
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    DIM UQ NoSniv TQ
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    JRB Triglide/strap
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    I have the skeeter beeter, but it is no longer skeeter proof. Even so, it is still my primary hammock.
    At 5' 7" I feel I am as tall as the SB fits. Someone 6' 1" spent Saturday, night at the 09 Mt Rogers hang & was comfy, so taller can fit, but I think much taller than me would be tough long term, ie: more than one night.
    since I bought mine, the zipper now has two pulls so opens in each direction. Mine has no net now due to a ill advised mod I made that put too much stress on the zipper & finally wore it out.
    The hammock is well made, mine has seen near constant use for over 4 years & is still functional.
    When you have a backpack on, no matter where you are, you’re home.
    PAIN is INEVITABLE. MISERY is OPTIONAL.

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