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  1. #11
    New Member
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Location
    Northern Virginia
    Hammock
    Nano 7 w/BugSock
    Tarp
    OES MacCat Std
    Insulation
    IX UQ, XP TQ.
    Suspension
    Whoopie Slings
    Posts
    34
    I can only speak for the tarp I have, the OES MadCat Standard. I love it so far. Enough room underneath and coverage overall.

  2. #12
    Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Canada
    Hammock
    HH Asym Side Zip
    Tarp
    Siltarp II/HH Hex
    Insulation
    Window reflector
    Suspension
    Whoopie Slings
    Posts
    66
    I have the HH Hex tarp, it was only $20 more when buying the system and was well worth the upgrade. I absolutely love the side pockets for tucking in the ropes, I actually like the tarp better than my $130 SilTarp II because of that. For your budgeted amount you could get the Silnylon hex tarp and get the best of both worlds.

  3. #13
    Senior Member enoorange's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    Cincinnati, OH
    Hammock
    ENO Singlenest
    Tarp
    WL-Tad Pole -Black
    Insulation
    DIY IX UQ
    Suspension
    Straps/MSH/Whoopie
    Posts
    156
    Save some $ and get an excellent Wildernesslogics Big Daddy 1.2 Silnylon, 130" x 115". Cat Cut Shape, Web Ties, Total Pack Weight: 13.9 oz.

    Plenty of coverage and packs up small.
    TRIUMPH
    Go Your Own Way

  4. #14
    hikingdad's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
    Location
    New Richmond, WI
    Hammock
    Any Bridge Hammock
    Tarp
    Big Daddy or OMW
    Insulation
    Burrow & Phoenix
    Suspension
    Whoopie Slings
    Posts
    1,538
    I love my wilderness logics oldman winter tarp. And it's right in your budget and has free shipping... Not to mention his customer service is second to none!

  5. #15
    SilvrSurfr's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Jersey Shore, NJ
    Hammock
    BIAS Hiker Lite
    Tarp
    HG Winter Palace
    Insulation
    HG!
    Suspension
    Whoopie/Dutchbling
    Posts
    5,052
    Images
    1
    While I ultimately want a Winter Cuben fiber tarp, I've been thinking about the HH Monsoon or Typhoon as an interim solution. I saw Headcracker's Monsoon at the Fall MAHHA 2011, and it provides a lot of coverage for such a low price ($79.95 for poly, $109.95 for SilNylon). And the doors/blast panels are removeable.

  6. #16
    New Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
    Location
    springfield, ma
    Hammock
    wbbb1.7 dl
    Tarp
    wl oldman winter
    Insulation
    gtpdy custom 20 oz
    Suspension
    whoops n buckles
    Posts
    37
    I have to vote for Marty's wilderness logics old man winter .....huge coverage built-in doors and all the tie Downs and pull outs needed at no extra charge as well as free seam sealer and super fast shipping

  7. #17
    Mountain Gout's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    Michigan
    Hammock
    Wbbb 1.1dbl.- Traveler multicam 1.9
    Tarp
    Superfly- Edge
    Insulation
    Phinc-burrow- H.R.
    Posts
    1,260
    Don't forget about Gargoyle gear.. My favorite!!
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    We would be one step closer to world peace, if everyone slept in a hammock..

  8. #18
    Senior Member lazy river road's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Baltimore, MD
    Hammock
    Warbonnet
    Tarp
    HG/BWWD/Z-Packs
    Insulation
    Hammock Gear
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    Woopies & Straps
    Posts
    3,240
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    152
    Hammock Gear or Z-Packs Cuben. Both excellent choices.
    Sometimes I like to hike and think, And sometimes I just like to hike.

    Hiking is'ent about waiting for the storm to pass its about learning to hike in the rain.

  9. #19
    Senior Member uncle_ray_ray's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Location
    Baltimore MD
    Hammock
    WB DL 1.1
    Tarp
    WB superfly
    Insulation
    DIY-900 down UQ-TQ
    Suspension
    DIY Whoopie-
    Posts
    260
    Images
    53
    I LOVE my Superfly! For the minimal increase in weight, I get so many more possibilities! There also is a certain amount of heat retention when staking it close to the ground and closing the doors also. There have been a few times the wind has shifted late at night and the doors were there to assist in draft control.

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