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    Senior Member watertones's Avatar
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    Any other hammocks like a WBBB?

    Anyone know if there are any other hammocks out there similar to a WBBB? I'm looking for a double layer hammock with a bug net built in.

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    Cant help but yell DangerBird.
    You'll get a bugnet and more.
    I was in the DangerBird two weeks ago, will be in one this coming weekend; and have been in Blackbirds/Travelers for a long time, and before that in Hennesseys for years.
    After this coming weekend I will have a definitive differential between the two.

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    Grand Trunk: SB or ES

    http://store.grandtrunkgoods.com/hammocks

    Hennessy Hammocks:

    http://hennessyhammock.com/catalog/#hammock

    TtTG Switchback:

    http://stores.tttrailgear.com/-strse...Categories.bok

    Pappasmurf Dangerbird (mentioned):

    http://www.dream-hammock.com/dangerbird-2/

    There are lots of integrated netting hammocks, and we all have our favorites. One thing I miss about my WBBB is the shelf, **** was that ever handy. My favorite thing about my Hennessy Hammock Deep Jungle is the length, I find you don't get any pressure against your calf while sleeping. The switchback seems to avoid this as well.

    Choices choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dant8ro View Post
    Grand Trunk: SB or ES

    http://store.grandtrunkgoods.com/hammocks

    Hennessy Hammocks:

    http://hennessyhammock.com/catalog/#hammock

    TtTG Switchback:

    http://stores.tttrailgear.com/-strse...Categories.bok

    Pappasmurf Dangerbird (mentioned):

    http://www.dream-hammock.com/dangerbird-2/

    There are lots of integrated netting hammocks, and we all have our favorites. One thing I miss about my WBBB is the shelf, **** was that ever handy. My favorite thing about my Hennessy Hammock Deep Jungle is the length, I find you don't get any pressure against your calf while sleeping. The switchback seems to avoid this as well.

    Choices choices.
    and

    DDHammocks.com and
    mosquitohammock.com

    both offer double layer hammocks with integrated bug/mozzy netting.

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    Senior Member watertones's Avatar
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    Hey thanks!

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    Your welcome. We were all new here once.

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    Senior Member watertones's Avatar
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    It's actually for a friend of mine. I convinced him to try hammock camping, but he was skeptical about throwing down the money for a Dangerbird or WBBB, although that's basically what he wants.

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