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  1. #1311
    New Member billzngillz's Avatar
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    Cove City, NC
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    tired of sleeping on the ground and the quick and easy setup!

  2. #1312
    New Member SM_Shawn's Avatar
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    May 2012
    Location
    Wisconsin
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    WBBB 1.9
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    Superfly
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    No more hurting...able to swing out my legs, slip on my shoes and go do what I need to do right away, without having to "limber up" to take a constitutional...

  3. #1313
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    Ease of setup, weight advantage, no rocks in my back.

  4. #1314
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    Feb 2013
    Location
    Newcastle, Australia
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    Warbonnet Blackbird multicam DL
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    Warbonnet Edge
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    Warbonnet Yeti
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    Webbing + Rings
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    A good mate set his up when we would go on long, long camp trips with our extended families. We were all in tents with big tarp setups, and extremely comfortable (after half a day of set up). After the ridicule and nicknames stopped (man-bat comes to mind) I was overcome with jealousy after spending lazy afternoons in his hammock. Mine has now happily replaced my swag, even if I'm forced to bring my tent and tarp set up on family trips (my wife is not a hammock fan. I consider myself lucky she is a camping fan at all actually.)

  5. #1315
    New Member trurichez's Avatar
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    Feb 2013
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    Bloomington, Indiana
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    Shug, Shug, Shuggity, Shug! Need I say more?
    Trurichez

  6. #1316
    New Member yakitup's Avatar
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    Mar 2013
    Location
    Borden, Indiana
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    ENO Doublenest
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    Kelty Noah 12x12
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    None yet
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    Whoopie Sling
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    27
    A year and half ago I bought a kayak and started fishing out of it. I decided , wouldn't be nice to take an over night fishing/camping trip. Obviously, with limited space on the kayak, I was in search of something light and doesn't take up much room. Enter my ENO Doublenest. And the rest of the story I'll keep ya hangin...

  7. #1317
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    Mar 2013
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    Springtown,TX
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    Warbonnet blackbird 1.1 SL
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    My dad, caveman, introduced me to hammocks. They are very comfortable and I just love them

  8. #1318
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    I've always liked to camp, but I always woke up with my shoulders and hips hurting. I really enjoy hammocks when I lay in them at other people's houses or wherever but have never gotten one. I am looking into a ENO doublenest right now and I hope to try to sleep in a hammock more than a bed, if it all works out. I am in college now so I will probably need to get a stand to do that during the year, but over the summer I want to go hiking with my hammock and try to get used to sleeping in it.

  9. #1319
    Member Yotey's Avatar
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    Mar 2012
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    Bangor, ME
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    Darien UL, WBBB
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    Tadpole
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    The easy, simple set up. Plus the lack of roots in my back.

  10. #1320
    New Member Grumps's Avatar
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    Jan 2013
    Location
    Minneapolis, MN
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    WBBB DL 1.1
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    WB Mamajamba
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    I've always wanted to go backpacking and suddenly without warning all of my buddies started buy gear and going last spring so I started buying gear getting ready to make a couple trips in the fall. I got a two person tent keeping the thought in mind that my fiance might want to make a few trips. My first trip was just with the guys and I learned quickly that sharing a tent with a guy who has been drinking may not be the best scenario. One of the guys had a WBBB and swears by it so I'm picking one up for the guy's weekends. Can't wait to get my hands on it and for the snow to melt so I can put it to use!

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