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    Xlc

    Look what I got today, this thing is very comfortable and roomy, can't wait to test it out this weekend.
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    Last edited by Crowell392; 04-04-2013 at 19:00.

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    Sweet looker.... Congrats!!
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    Hammock envy!

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    i have a second one ordered ,my wife laid in this one and is claiming it for herself and told me to buy me one so i ordered one in camo ,now the wait begins...

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    I got mine a few days ago and set it up in the basement for a nap... WOW I found the extra length to be great for comfort.

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    Really nice - congrats!
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    any condensation issues with the weathershield?
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    I was about to ask what type of tarp that was, then realized that was the topcover. Wow that thing looks so cool.
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    Re: Xlc

    No condensation this past weekend, but it was only in the upper 40's. And the temperature inside was 5*warmer

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    I tried my winter cover for the first time this past weekend. Overnight lows was low 40s high 30s. The cover up by the head, mainly up at the top part of the cover that makes up the the storage pocket was a little damp to touch the next morning. No visable condensation accumulation and nothing in the pocket was wet. After I got out of the hammock, I simply unzipped the cover a little past the the bottom corner, and flipped it over to let it dry a little. Ate some breakfast and started tearing down camp. I'm guessing about 20-30 minutes later when I checked again it was bone dry. The cover worked pretty good and I'll be using it every time when its cool outside. Awesome product!!!

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