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    Quote Originally Posted by Theo View Post
    Aren't those things open in back?
    yes they are like a rectangler blanket,but with 2 arms and 2 pockets.neo
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger1dd View Post
    Well, if it's camo/od green, just call it a "man-robe" and we'll let you off.
    more like a wearable man blanket than a man robe,but man robe in camo is cool lolneo
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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    more like a wearable man blanket than a man robe,but man robe in camo is cool lolneo
    That works too. It has the word "man" in the name, so all is well.
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    looks like my cat loves my camo snuggieneo
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    cute kitter kat and a fugly snuggly :P

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    I never thought of using a snuggie for hammock camping it with be a perfect layering piece under my hudsson river for winter use or just as it is for summer use.

    I would be interested in how it works for you.

    I assume it is pretty light and packs up smallish.

    i agree hammockers are a strange bunch already and then when we start talking about snuggies we just got stranger. Plus just to add that some of us Hammock campers are Geocachers as well (using billion dollar military sateillites to hunt for tupperware in the woods) that makes some of use very strange.

    anyway i would stil like to know how that works for you in the hammock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefftrex View Post
    I never thought of using a snuggie for hammock camping it with be a perfect layering piece under my hudsson river for winter use or just as it is for summer use.

    I would be interested in how it works for you.

    I assume it is pretty light and packs up smallish.

    i agree hammockers are a strange bunch already and then when we start talking about snuggies we just got stranger. Plus just to add that some of us Hammock campers are Geocachers as well (using billion dollar military sateillites to hunt for tupperware in the woods) that makes some of use very strange.

    anyway i would stil like to know how that works for you in the hammock.
    Hmm, that reminds me...I need to find a free Geocaching software for my new android phone.

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    I just want to know how much it weighs
    I miss my 4.8Lb base weight as a ground dweller...But I sure DON'T MISS the ground.

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    The words "man" and "Snuggie" totally don't belong in the same sentence together.
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    There are Geocachers here as well, oh no!!

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