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    6ft 3, 220lbs 1st time hammocker.

    I had a short swing in a dd frontline last weekend, and rather liked it. I'm not keen on spending megabucks, are there any alternatives I've missed? Oh, I'm in the UK btw. Cheers

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    Senior Member olzeke's Avatar
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    UK Hammocks is a great place to start! I have a Woodsman and really like it. I am 6' 1" and 215.

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    I'm 6'3 and I found the DD nice until i went into a 10' hammock. The gain of comfort was such that I went straight on to a 11'.

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    Oh, I forgot, I'm in Scotland, so it needs to be properly, and I mean PROPERLY bug proof.

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    Taffy

    Well i must add my recomendation, 6ft 7 inch 252 pound (18 stone) and this was the best investment i have ever made, yes its a WBB. thanks again branndon you re-invented camping for me.

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    Senior Member olzeke's Avatar
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    UK Hammocks sells models with netting. Since they are very close to the WBBB, they should perform as well, and they are already in the UK, so shipping is easier!

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    close to the dd, but only single layer, and has bugnut similiar to skeeter beeter is the snugpak jungle hammock.. it works for me and im 6'2" and 350 lbs...not the biggest nor the any frills but at 57 bucks a good starter and something to play with till you get on to bigger and better ones
    It's not the boulders that throw us off balance, it's the pebbles beneath our feet

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    New Member patrickbdunlap's Avatar
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    I am 6'5" and started at 270 (loosing weight, I am now down to 228 ) and I use the ENO Double Nest with their Guardian bug net. Never had a problem with my weight or height and the Guardian has enough material (too much really) to keep all the bugs out.

    I like the Double Nest because it allows my tall frame to sleep diagonally.

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    I'm 6'1 and 245lbs and my Hennessy Hammock Explorer Deluxe is exceedingly comfortable!

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    New Member kibakichi37's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickliv View Post
    I had a short swing in a dd frontline last weekend, and rather liked it. I'm not keen on spending megabucks, are there any alternatives I've missed? Oh, I'm in the UK btw. Cheers
    Are you looking for a hammock to camp in, relax in, or sleep in?

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