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    Spindrift opening left or right

    In setup video of spindrift when you are facing the hammock with the head end on your left it shows the spindrift opening also on your left.

    I just started putting my spindrift on and the opening is on my right side of hammock. If there was a choice I would want the opening on the left side as shown in setup video.

    Does anyone else have this problem?

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    Nope, mines on the left. Maybe it's just inside out? Try taking it off and flopping it inside out to get it "back to normal".
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    Quote Originally Posted by senecio-joe View Post
    ...Does anyone else have this problem?
    I found mine to be the same as yours...door on opposite side from that shown on the WB site. It doesn't take long to get used to getting in and out on (what is to me) the "wrong side".

    I emailed Brandon out of curiosity but have not heard back yet. At least I know now that I'm not the only one with a "special" Spindrift.

    If it was turned inside out the shock cord attachment tabs would be inside and unusable.

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    My first thought was that it was inside out but the zipper and shock cord tabs are on the outside. It could be turned inside out by adding tabs but the material might not be the same on both sides.
    What would be really nice would be a matching zipper on the other side.
    That would create awesome views on both sides and super ventilation.
    Wish I could sew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senecio-joe View Post
    My first thought was that it was inside out but the zipper and shock cord tabs are on the outside. It could be turned inside out by adding tabs but the material might not be the same on both sides.
    What would be really nice would be a matching zipper on the other side.
    That would create awesome views on both sides and super ventilation.
    Wish I could sew.
    That would be nice - I'd like options on both sides, too. The downside is that it'd add more weight/bulk and probably cost a bit more.
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