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    Looking for a store

    I am visiting Southern California and was hoping someone could point me in the direction of a good hammock store. I am hoping I can see a warbonnett, a Clark, and a dream hammock.

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    You won't find one unless a fellow hanger has all of them and can meet up with you.

    These are all cottage businesses, and they sell directly to the customer from their sites. No 'retail outlets' involved, so to speak.
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    REI is a great outdoor store you should try there

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    You won't find one unless a fellow hanger has all of them and can meet up with you.

    These are all cottage businesses, and they sell directly to the customer from their sites. No 'retail outlets' involved, so to speak.
    Even so, if you find an area that a Cottage Vendor is in, the often welcome visitors. I've visited Warbonnet (near Denver) and have heard of others visiting Wilderness Logics, etc.

    Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any in So. California...
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    I'd recommend posting a new thread titled to get the attention of the So Cal crew? There are a number of them. I'll let you test nap my WBBBs, Traveler, and even the wife's RR if you get up to the gate way to paradise...Bakersfield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin1999 View Post
    REI is a great outdoor store you should try there
    REI Only has HH and ENO, none of the other Brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndependentJo View Post
    I am visiting Southern California and was hoping someone could point me in the direction of a good hammock store. I am hoping I can see a warbonnett, a Clark, and a dream hammock.
    If you joined us at the Colorado Winter Hang this weekend you could see and lay in all three of those plus many others. Sorry for such late notice just saw your post.
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    I know warbonnet isn't sold in any stores but how about clark?
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    Nope, Clark also sells their products through the website only.
    Quote Originally Posted by dammfast View Post
    I know warbonnet isn't sold in any stores but how about clark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirkyi View Post
    REI Only has HH and ENO, none of the other Brands.
    My local REI only carries ENO in the store. And usually only have one or two of the SN's on hand. :\
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