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    Nano 7

    Looking for my first hammock to start some multi-day adventures. I plan to cover a lot of ground and will be doing quite a bit of trail running so I need my pack to be as small and as light as possible.

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    amazon has it for $56. bout as cheap as you'll find...well worth it

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    how big are you ?? the Nano 7 is a narrow hammock .. and tuff to get a good lay in if your over 5'7'' or so .. Sgt'Rock put's a foot box in his... I have a sewn on bug net .. comfort is paramount in this area .. any single layer will be light weight .. suspension is where you'll save weight as well ..
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    Check out the Butt In A Sling Micro.
    http://www.buttinasling.com/wewemi.html

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    While I like the Nano, I'll add my +1 to the BIAS hammock. The extra length is very nice. A cozy hammock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dejoha View Post
    While I like the Nano, I'll add my +1 to the BIAS hammock. The extra length is very nice. A cozy hammock.
    Thanks, spaceweasel, dejoha... For about $65.50 you can get it in a kit (price includes shipping) which includes suspension. Total weight with suspension is less than 11 oz.

    http://www.buttinasling.com/wewemikit.html
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    I posted a link for the BIAS WWM yesterday, but mine was deleted.

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    + a bunch on the BIAS. The extra room is incredible for comfort.
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