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    Another hanging tent

    Here is another variation on the "hammock tent".
    I don't have any other information on it yet.
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    Ha - interesting idea. Imitation IS the sincerest form of flattery right?
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    Great looking location!!

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    Looks like it needs three trees. That might make things difficult at times.
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    Looks like a bridge hammock on one end,,and a flat lay, guy looks comfy,,,neat concept. Just think,,no tarp to mess with, plenty of ventiation. wonder if they could put a clear window on top?

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    I wonder if that much headroom is necessary but the view looks good out the window!
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    funny... I never experienced this intermediate step while converting from tenting to hammocking. Looks like I missed out!

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    Very neat. I must say though....must be a lot of stress on the connections for the tree tieouts. And 3 trees at that.
    Ah heck, I'll say it....why not just get a "hammock"?
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    I'm noticing two backpack hanging on the lines. Think there is room for two inside? If so, I could see some merit to this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artjrk View Post
    I'm noticing two backpack hanging on the lines. Think there is room for two inside? If so, I could see some merit to this.
    Nah, couln't be. Maybe this is a picture of Twotents with his rig
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