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    Question for Arkwater

    Is this hammock one of those Trek Light hammocks from the Extreme Hammock web site? It has their distinctive two tone color pattern. I've thought about buying their two person version just for lounging in the backyard. If it is....any opinions? For that matter...anyone else have any experience with their hammocks?

    Thanks, Miguel

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    Here's the Trek Light

    http://www.treklightonline.com/gallery/target15.html

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    Senior Member headchange4u's Avatar
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    That looks like a Eagle's Nest Outfitter's SingleNest hammock to me. I could be wrong.

    The hammocks look very similar.

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    Senior Member Arkwater's Avatar
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    This is it. It was my first fabric hammock. I have 5 diffrent hammocks from 4 mfgs. now and I still think the bliss is the most comfortable! Even More than my MYOG hammocks.

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    So what's it like having all that extra width? I've never been in one that wide.

    Miguel

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    With that width you can lay sideways.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
    The hanger formly known as "hammock engineer".

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    Senior Member Arkwater's Avatar
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    Hard to tell from the pic. but I am laying about 45deg off center. I think this is why its so comfortable. I hang it with a lot of sag. I have hung it between trees that were only 6' apart and lay at 90deg. or across the hammock. This makes you completly flat! Extreemly comfy, but hard to tarp over.

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