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    Senior Member Cannibal's Avatar
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    I'd like to see that diamond fly over a hammock.
    You want to borrow one of my Blackbirds so you can take a picture?
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    i think you might have more than me

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    Now you attach the doors lol, That's Ok the removable doors still rock thanks Brandon

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    i think you might have more than me
    Doubt it.
    A certain somebody posted something on Facebook about being homeless. Said her house has been taken over by Warbonnet Outdoors.
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    Anyone have experience with the travel net during bug season or especially during times and in places when the blood suckers are out in force?

    Reason I'm asking is - it seems to me that with the net hanging below the hammock with a bit of air space, it would be a superior system, compared to an attached bug net, to prevent them from biting you through the hammock fabric. So - just wondering if that is actually the case in practice. Or if you still end up against the net and they still make a meal of you.

    This is more of a concern during hot weather, not so much when bugs are out and it's cool enough to require bottom insulation.

    I'll have to be saving some bucks too for the new tarp. I have a SWT that I like, this tarp seems a worthy successor.

    d

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    that pic is a bit deceiving, once the hammock is occupied with a diagonal user, there's not nearly as much room underneath, but there still should be enough room for a uq to loft, i'd say there is still a few inches under you at least, exactly how much will depend on body weight, hammock stretch, and how much sag you hang with, but i designed it with enough fabric to have somewhat of a gap between netting and hammock

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    Excellent door design on the net! Entry and exit should be very easy.

    Great work!
    If God had meant for us to sleep on the ground,
    He wouldn't have created trees....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peg-Leg View Post
    Excellent door design on the net! Entry and exit should be very easy.

    Great work!
    yes, it's alot better than the old horizontal zipper. much easier entry and exit. my favorite part is how open it feels when fully unzipped, zipper basically opens it from head to feet and it feels as if the whole side falls away. of course if the bugs aren't out maybe you don't need the net at all and such things don't matter so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    Doubt it.
    A certain somebody posted something on Facebook about being homeless. Said her house has been taken over by Warbonnet Outdoors.
    yes, i have taken over most of the house, and am reminded of this all too often

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    yes, i have taken over most of the house, and am reminded of this all too often
    I'm lucky to keep everything upstairs - the first time I haven't had fabric in my living space in 8 years!
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