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    Flipping the JH over.

    On their site it says you can flip the hammock over and sleep on the underside and let the netting hang down. Anyone try this out?

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    what do you do with the netting?

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    I do this with my GT SBP. Netting just hangs close to the underside of the hammock.

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    I have a Claytor but haven't tried that yet thanks I'll have to flip it over

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    Usually done in cooler weather when bugs aren't a problem. Zip the net and let it hang.
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