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    claytor hammock link

    here is the link to tom claytor hammocks neo


    http://www.mosquitohammock.com/

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    I bought one of these and it is not a bad hammock. It could use some more sag in the fabric off the centerline though. I found it hard to find a spot to lay flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I bought one of these and it is not a bad hammock. It could use some more sag in the fabric off the centerline though. I found it hard to find a spot to lay flat.

    which model you get,the jungle camo or the mosquitto or expedition
    i prefer the jungle model its almost 2 feet longer,i did not like the expedition
    if you hang the jungle just right i have no problem laying flat neo

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    I got the mosquito version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I got the mosquito version.
    the mosqitto and the expedition are great,but the longer camo jungle model is awesome neo
    Last edited by neo; 10-28-2006 at 11:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    the mosqitto and the expedition suck,but the longer camo jungle model is awesome neo
    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder....the Jungle Hammock costs twice as much as the Mosqiuto....Worse, the JH weighs a lot more...

    Camo is cool, but if stealth is important, it is best to actually be out of site of the trail anyway...

    At 5-11 I don't have any problem laying slightly asym and almost flat in the mosquito model...It is not as roomy as a HH or the larger JH

    Remember, I may be biased, since JRB carries the Mosquito.

    Pan
    Ounces to Grams.

    www.jacksrbetter.com ... Largest supplier of camping quilts and under quilts...Home of the Original Nest Under Quilt, and Bear Mountain Bridge Hammock. 800 595 0413

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    My wife who is 5'2" originally bought the Expedition model but after trying my JH she returned it and ordered a JH. We both like the extra space in the JH. At 5'2" she'll have enough room to store everything she brings right at the foot of the hammock with room to spare. We found both hammocks to be very comfortable but the extra space was the deciding factor. (I'm a bit claustrophobic too) Keep in mind we're not doing extended trail hikes where weight is very critical. We mainly do overnighters and weekenders. Space and comfort rule....at least for now.

    Miguel

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    I keep looking at one of the jungle models. I look at the weight and think, "That's a little to heavy." (3 lbs with hammock and stock fly) and then I see the way that it sets up on the ground and I have second thoughts about the weight.

    It's always nice to find a piece of gear that can fulfill more than one purpose and we all know the Achilles heal of hammock camping is being somewhere where you can't hang your hammock. Then you must go to the ground and I think that the TC hammock does that better than any other hammock out there. I know that you can use a HH as a tent, and although I have never tried using my HH as a tent, it would seem that the innovative womb-like entry of a HH would become very awkward when trying to use it on the ground.

    The TC hammock also has the double layer thing going on and eliminating the struggle with keeping a pad situated inside the hammock also makes me a little less worried about the weight.

    I wonder if you can buy the hammock without the fly?

    Neo,

    Have you ever weighed the stock TC fly against the Gear Guide tarp you use with yours? I am thinking that one way to reduce the overall weight is to change to a lighter fly, perhaps silnylon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headchange4u View Post
    I keep looking at one of the jungle models. I look at the weight and think, "That's a little to heavy." (3 lbs with hammock and stock fly) and then I see the way that it sets up on the ground and I have second thoughts about the weight.

    It's always nice to find a piece of gear that can fulfill more than one purpose and we all know the Achilles heal of hammock camping is being somewhere where you can't hang your hammock. Then you must go to the ground and I think that the TC hammock does that better than any other hammock out there. I know that you can use a HH as a tent, and although I have never tried using my HH as a tent, it would seem that the innovative womb-like entry of a HH would become very awkward when trying to use it on the ground.

    The TC hammock also has the double layer thing going on and eliminating the struggle with keeping a pad situated inside the hammock also makes me a little less worried about the weight.

    I wonder if you can buy the hammock without the fly?

    Neo,

    Have you ever weighed the stock TC fly against the Gear Guide tarp you use with yours? I am thinking that one way to reduce the overall weight is to change to a lighter fly, perhaps silnylon.
    tom cut me a deal i got 2 jungle hammocks without the fly for 140.00 bucks,thats 70.00 bucks each neo

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    tom cut me a deal i got 2 jungle hammocks without the fly for 140.00 bucks,thats 70.00 bucks each neo
    You need to sell me one!

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