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  1. #21
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    Jan 2013
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    Northern VA
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    Northwoods Wolf
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    HH Hexfly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotone View Post
    Looks nice, they appear to be a brand new company. I don't see any tarps on their site. What did you decide to do for a tarp?
    I haven't selected a tarp yet. Researching my options now. Being new to this I am trying to be smart... of course I impulse bought the hammock so that will probably happen with a tarp to now.

  2. #22
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    Jan 2013
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    Northwoods Wolf
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    Well, I ended up "buying" a the HH Hex Rainfly via Amazon because I had credit enough to more than cover the cost there. In this case free won out over the additional weight. So far the hammock plus tarp combo is roughly 2.8 lbs.

    I think I still need a ridgeline for the hammock and then insulation...

  3. #23

    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Location
    Toronto, Canada
    Hammock
    WBBB 1.1DL / HH Exped
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    Superfly Big daddy
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    Incubator/Jarbidge
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    Whoopie slings
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    88
    Quote Originally Posted by cvitter View Post
    I think I still need a ridgeline for the hammock and then insulation...
    Free is always good.

    I ordered a jarbige Uq from arrowhead-equipment Though it is 20oz got good reviews and is relatively inexpensive. New River full length one looks nice as well.

    The have a dutched tarp ridgeline which a lot of people seem to like. Looks pretty quick and easy to set up.

  4. #24
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    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Bowmanville, ON
    Hammock
    WB Blackbird 1.7dbl,Dangerbird 65
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    Speer WinterTarp
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    UGQ,JRB,MM
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    WB, Whoopie Slings
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    336
    I have a HH Exped Zip...great hammock. Similar to WBBB for comfort.

  5. #25
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    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Location
    West Michigan
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    Northwoods Hammock
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    Zpacks Cuben wdoor
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    Hammock gear incub
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    I really like that northwoods, its nice hammock makers are doing the good suspensions out the gate these days. The only niggle i have with the hammock that i noticed right away is that the fabric will potentially lay on you a bit and in the summer thats a no go. If only they had side tie outs like my henessy and the war bonnets. The price is nice. The weight is too. Do you guys have experience with the 1.9 nylon? I heard the heavier ones sleep flatter and don't flex much so maybe a comfort issue.

  6. #26
    That Wolf Hammock comes with a ridge Line BTW. That looks like a nice starter hammock, and for only $50.

    After perusing the site, who wants that hammock toilet?
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