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    SOLD: Bug Net

    Please note: This item is DIY. I tried to the best of my ability to make sure that the stitching was good and sturdy, but please don't expect it to be perfect.

    I went back to the drawing board and worked some on the bug net that I had for sale last week. I've decided just to make another one after trying some things out and learning what I prefer.
    --->This net was designed to fit a long hammock with a ridgeline between 110" and 120". You could use it with a shorter hammock and rig it up differently or just be prepared for it to be a little floppy.
    --->Single entry is the vertical zipper in the side. There are reflective/glow in the dark zipper pulls on the zipper.
    --->Ends are cinch closure, no velcro to snag on your hammock.
    --->Weighs ~10 oz.

    Asking $42 shipped CONUS. Open to reasonable offers.

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    Last edited by lymphocytosis; 06-22-2012 at 10:09.
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    What's the material?

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    Sorry, its 0.9 oz no see um.
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    I'm thinking this would be a decent fit for the ENO DN. What would you think?

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    Would this fit the WW Micro or HH expedition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blessedoneness View Post
    Would this fit the WW Micro or HH expedition?
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but the HH Expedition should already have an integrated bugnet.

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    Lol, you are right! No need double netting.What about WWM or Grand Trunk Nano?

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    The Nano is 9' x 4' so will fit with more than enough space. I'm not sure what a WWM is but if it's 10' long it should be ok when you consider sag.

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    Would it be too floppy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blessedoneness View Post
    Would it be too floppy?
    You could always sew in a couple tie outs on the sides. But when you consider the GT Mosquito Net is 144" long this is comfy by comparison.

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