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    SOLD: Hennessy UL Explorer w/ Snake Skins

    HH Ultralight Explorer (MSRP $219) plus Snakeskins (MSRP $20); Will sell for $170 including UPS CONUS shipping... you buy insurance if you want.

    Used only twice (6 nights), so almost new condition... I purchased two months ago and love it except that in the frozen tundra in MN here, I almost always need insulation underneath me which to me defeats the lightweight-ness of it... especially since most of my trek's are in northern MN.

    I'm going to use this cash to go back to the ground where it's warmer and get a poncho/tarp and bivy instead and in an attempt to go ultralight.

    Thanks for considering!!

    jeremygus (at) gmail (dot) com
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    HH UL Explorer sold, but snakeskins (#3) are still available

    Anybody interested in snakeskins size 3, let me know. $10 plus $5 shipping continental U.S.

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    I might be. What size are they. I'm looking for snake skins for my 11 x 10 JRB tarp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustafsj View Post
    HH Ultralight Explorer (MSRP $219) plus Snakeskins (MSRP $20); Will sell for $170 including UPS CONUS shipping... you buy insurance if you want.

    Used only twice (6 nights), so almost new condition... I purchased two months ago and love it except that in the frozen tundra in MN here, I almost always need insulation underneath me which to me defeats the lightweight-ness of it... especially since most of my trek's are in northern MN.

    I'm going to use this cash to go back to the ground where it's warmer and get a poncho/tarp and bivy instead and in an attempt to go ultralight.

    Thanks for considering!!

    jeremygus (at) gmail (dot) com
    Hmm. I bet you don't sleep on the frozen ground...so part of your on-the-ground rig you have a sleeping pad. An HF member named Cannibal (on the AT right now) went below zero using an underquilt that weighs less than 1 lb. That, and what you wear to bed (same as on the ground), an overquilt (like what you use on the ground)....

    A commercial hammock-based rig can't out-lightweight the gear of folks who snuggle up against a log with a whisp of a tarp over them. But you can hammock and go light. In Minnesota.

    Good luck on selling the Explorer. I have one already.

    grew up in Bemidji,
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    There's a member here (Shug) from Minn. who has the winter hammock camping thing
    going on.
    "Every day above ground is a good day"

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    snakeskins sold

    hammock and snakeskins gone.

    Thank you

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    oh well, cant win 'em all. hope you enjoy your ground tarp.

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