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    New Member patrickbdunlap's Avatar
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    ENO underbelly gear sling?

    Has anyone bought/reviewed the new ENO underbelly gear sling? Was thinking of getting something just like this to fulfill this need and bamb, they have it on their site.

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    I haven't seen any reviews. Not even on youtube. Lot's of people make gear hammocks though, and love them. Molly Mac Gear sells a nice one.

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    I made one myself using some paracord and a $5 pack cover from Walmart. The pack cover has cord locks on the top and bottom so I just tie cord to each end of the pack cover and then attach it to the hammock suspension with a tautline hitch. This was very inexpensive and works great. It also packs up very small.

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    Any pics of this conversion of your Walmart pack cover? I saw that Just Jeff has plans for his DIY pack cover/gear sling at http://tothewoods.net/HomemadeGearPa...arHammock.html. If I could do this with some simple mods to the Walmart pack cover that would be great since my Wife's thread injector needs to visit the shop.

    Sorry if I am hijacking the thread from the ENO gear sling. Can move this to a new thread if preferred.

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    I used one on my last outing--hung it inside the bug net instead of under--worked great and was inside where I needed it--stretch it tight and it does not get in the way if you move it toward your feet--

    Also easier to work out of when outside as it is up higher--

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