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    Color choice

    Do you guys notice a difference in temperature solely based off of light or dark color in the hammock...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute1100 View Post
    Do you guys notice a difference in temperature solely based off of light or dark color in the hammock...
    I was wondering the same thing. With the plethora of choices on the DangerBird I was wondering whether a light or a dark color might make some difference on a hot (or cold) day.
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    I've never personally seen any difference, but some people report that dark colors help a great deal in drying out things like overcovers, tarps, quilts, etc.

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    I know they say darker colors attract mosquitoes more that lighter colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doogie View Post
    I know they say darker colors attract mosquitoes more that lighter colors.
    I had not thought about that... That in and of itself makes a white hammock almost seem doable... But i am thinking silver...
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