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    Quote Originally Posted by cevans View Post
    what I want to try out is the lite owl...anybody tried one of those yet?
    I have a Lite Owl and it is a really nice hammock. Im gonna take it on a AT section hike soon to break it in.

    Here is a link to a video I did for WildernessLogics and it has the Lite Owl in it. The guy laying in it is around 6'2'' and 250lbs. No problems with the material sagging. I think it would hold much more.
    Last edited by Backtrack; 10-06-2011 at 20:22. Reason: added link

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    Ouch! Can you give that video link again? I get this when I click to see the video.




    The URL contained a malformed video ID.

    Sorry about that.


    glad to hear you have a lite owl,,and your enjoying it,,I am sold, and have to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cevans View Post
    Ouch! Can you give that video link again? I get this when I click to see the video.




    The URL contained a malformed video ID.

    Sorry about that.


    glad to hear you have a lite owl,,and your enjoying it,,I am sold, and have to try it.
    chec this thread

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    Cevans, sorry about the bad link!
    Flatline, thanks for the backup brother!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backtrack View Post
    Cevans, sorry about the bad link!
    Flatline, thanks for the backup brother!
    i've got your back track

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    Is the fleece patch attached with regular velcro or the no-snag type?

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    i believe it is regular velcro. loop side on the quilt and hook side on the fleece.
    so if you opt not to use the fleece the loop side will not catch in clothes.
    the fleece patch is a really cool addition to any TQ.

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    Thanks for the info - that was my concern.

    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    i believe it is regular velcro. loop side on the quilt and hook side on the fleece.
    so if you opt not to use the fleece the loop side will not catch in clothes.
    the fleece patch is a really cool addition to any TQ.

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