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    rhjanes's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenman View Post
    I put white tape on the headend carabiner and I also have Snakeskins for my Blackbird that work sooooooo nice. I also have mesh snakeskins for my tarp. If you look on the left side of the hammock you can see I still use the stuff sack.
    where did you get the mesh snake skins?
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    You can make your own or get some from mountaingoat
    http://www.outdoortrailgear.com/cott...ntaingoatgear/

    With head and foot end..I just used a sharpie to mark H for head F for foot..on the biners

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    Senior Member shumway's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    When stuffing my BB back in it bag I close off one end of the stuff bag leaving the webbing out and just "stuff" the hammock and webbing into the open end of the bag. Then I open up the other end and stuff the webbing into the bag. Takes longer to stuff the hammock back into the back than it does to take it out and hang it.

    I changed out the one the cord locks and put a a different colored cord line on the stuff bag with a different colored cord lock to ID the head end of the hammock when taking it out the bag.
    This is the exact method I use (substitute whoopies for webbing). I tied a little piece of surveyors tape to the drawstring on the head end on my stuff sack. Very simple and works great.

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    Senior Member Greenman's Avatar
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    I had Mountain goat make them. All you have to do is give her the measurements you want and she will also put pockets on them. She does exellent work and I love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenman View Post
    I had Mountain goat make them. All you have to do is give her the measurements you want and she will also put pockets on them. She does exellent work and I love them.
    no "wear" issues with them? And does she just need the length?
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    I also bought the Mountain Goat Snakeskins...I love the! Very well made and priced fairly. A great product and vendor. I would buy another set in a heartbeat. When I have another tarp, I will.

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