I don't think I'd ever try that sliding-to-one-end thing. With Dutch Whoopie hooks, deploying the bug net when I need it is not that hard.
HF SHOULD come with a warning, join at own risk!!!! Meet great people than get talked into spending lots of money on gear. Just ordered a bug net for my boy. PS love my look new flashlights
"Every good marine has at least one artical 15" Chesty
I just ordered one after JaxHikers demo, cant wait!!
Will the buginator work on a Ridgerunner bridge?
I just ordered one too
As always, Will
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“The most common form of terrorism in the U.S.A. is that carried on by bulldozers and chain saws.”
― Edward Abbey
Have you guys ever, or would you ever, consider making a version that has a larger opening on one end that cinches shut, like a bug sock, so that it can be slid back for lounging? An opening large enough to slide over a hammock and UQ. Keep the bottom opening for entry and exit but have the large end opening for lounging and setting up your rig. It's something I had planned on making one until I got a Darien UL.
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