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    HangingKayaker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    Thanks for the video! Nice review. Nice design too. How do you think it would fit a hammock with a 108" ridgeline?

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    Thats about 8 inches longer than the BB. I don't know if you can get an extra 8 inches out of it. You might be able to but I think it would be difficult. I dont have my rig set up right now but I'll check and let you know in the next few days. I'm hoping to get out Saturday night for an overnight test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.D. Cakes View Post
    Bill, I have the bug net also from warbonnet (it's the same design) and I have leaned out many times and made a hot beverage. You can tuck the flap in if you are concerned but it's never been an issue for me.
    Also when it goes on my rig it stays on and is stuffed in a larger bishop bag I made and is deployed like MM has suggested.
    I'm hoping the heavier weight rip stop will maybe be a hair warmer than the lighter one but in any case I am REALLY loving this Multicam pattern.

    Thanks LDC; So you have your UQ and TQ on as well and all of it into the larger Bishop??
    I'm making a TED sock in the next little while for my Lite Owl. Once that's made i'll see if it works for the shorter BB,,,if not i might purchase the WBTSock

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Thanks LDC; So you have your UQ and TQ on as well and all of it into the larger Bishop??
    I'm making a TED sock in the next little while for my Lite Owl. Once that's made i'll see if it works for the shorter BB,,,if not i might purchase the WBTSock

    bill
    Well no, I just have the sock and my hammock in the Bishop Bag. But when I paddle/camp I include all my insulation and use one of Marty's Lazy Slug Tubes. Then stuff it all in a large dry bag. I could prob do the same in a backpack. And I guess the sock IS a type of containment in it's self and it could be used as such too. Is that what you meant MM?
    I'd like to add for the WB Travel Net/Sock's for them to fit well on Wilderness Logic's or any other 11' hammock it works best if you use the LDC Travel Extenders sold by 2QZQ. It solved the issue of having a longer hammock and it also helps with making the ends of the sock water resistant because they are made of silnylon. There is a vid at the bottom of the page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.D. Cakes View Post
    OK, Brandon's olive-brown is a 1.7 oz. fabric for the Traveler hammock so I will guess that is the fabric weight of that color sock as well. Thanks
    no, the 1.7 is olive green, the socks are 1.1 olive brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    Thanks for the video! Nice review. Nice design too. How do you think it would fit a hammock with a 108" ridgeline?

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    would work if you got the travel net/sock extenders from ZQ

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