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    Senior Member Latitude918's Avatar
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    First, HOLY CRAP you are huge for a 13 year old. 6'2 and 200. Wow.

    Moving on...

    I started with an ENO and still have it. It is incredibly comfortable. I take it car camping with me when weight won't be an issue.
    I solemnly swear that I am up to no good...

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    As a beginner to the hang lifestyle, this thread has been very informative! Congrats on the ENO!
    There are two rules for success:
    1. Never tell everything you know.

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    Thanks pace! I'm glad I could help out another newbie.
    Also granny, I would go but I don't have anyone that would stay the weekend with me so I don't think I can go unless I could find someone to stick with for the weekend. Thanks for replying everyone! The hammock should be here Thursday/Friday so I'll give an update then.

    Will

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    i have 2 hammocks, and i love mt doublenest. i too am a "noob" but have spent several nights in my hammock now, i hope to get a underquilt soon. i use a g.i. sleeping pad, and have slept in my hammock at 19 degrees f. i was very comfortable

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    Quote Originally Posted by superstr8edge View Post
    i have 2 hammocks, and i love mt doublenest. i too am a "noob" but have spent several nights in my hammock now, i hope to get a underquilt soon. i use a g.i. sleeping pad, and have slept in my hammock at 19 degrees f. i was very comfortable
    If you guys are looking for an DIY underquilt and want an easy and cheap project, here is a gread thread. It uses 2 $14 (on end of season sale) JC Penny puffer jackets. you can make it a quick and easy project or get a little crazy (like mine) and go all out. fun project non the less. :-)

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=66458
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    That's pretty cool Honey. What is the reason for an underquilt if you have a sleeping bag? Do you still need one if you have a sleeping bag?

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    You will need either a pad or an underquilt. For starters, a blue pad from wally world is the cheapest, lightest option. What have you been using as a ground pad on your campouts in the past?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoop Soup View Post
    That's pretty cool Honey. What is the reason for an underquilt if you have a sleeping bag? Do you still need one if you have a sleeping bag?
    Your body compresses the insulation under you, making it ineffective. You gotta have something, pad or quilt.
    Dave

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    New Member Honey Badger!'s Avatar
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    So how did it go Zoop?

    HB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catavarie View Post
    check out Shug's Hammock How-To for Noobs on youtube.
    +1 on this, they have really great information, and Shug's as entertaining as they come. In fact, watch all of Shug's videos, they're all great!
    ...To wander on in a huge forest without thought of return...

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