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    Zilla's Avatar
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    Exclamation Woot

    Woot is at it again, both with and without net and the double has a green only option this time, they go fast, great spare hammock!...

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    Ah, yes, I saw as well. What I really had my eye on was the peacoat, but they were sold out of medium by the time I checked
    I may be dumb, but at least I'm ugly!

    I've done so much, with so little, for so long, now I can do anything with nothing.

    It's not peer pressure, it's just your turn.

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    8'9"?

    Wow thats short.

    I've heard a lot about these hammocks but never knew they were under 9'.

    Must not matter. Wide enough for a good diagonal lay?
    You got your cold dog soup and rainbow pie
    It's all it takes to get me by
    Fool my belly to the day I die
    With cold dog soup and rainbow pie

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    And I just bought three........

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    I didn't need another hammock, but grabbed one any way. Price was to good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbait View Post
    I didn't need another hammock, but grabbed one any way. Price was to good.


    Thats just the gut reaction of a true hammocker..

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    Just grabbed one myself!
    Might use the material in my next DIY project.

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    I did a review on the Yukon net version here....https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=78039

    If you are around 5ft 5 then this would be a great hammock. At 6ft 2 and 275 I was very confined in it ( and yes, I am over the weight limit for it but it held me ).
    Merchants Mill Pond SP Swamp Hang

    www.neusioktrail.org ..................... Free Hammock Classes

    Hammock Gear Time Line ..............Hammock Friendly Sites in NC

    I am 18 with 42 years of experience.

    Hammock Hangers...taking over the world..2 trees at a time !

    Warbonnet BB 1.7 and a whole lot of other great gear from the vendors on HF

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    Member jacob8806's Avatar
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    Got my 3 double hammocks yesterday After stringing it up in my basement I am pleasantly surprised in the comfort of their double hammock. I am not a big guy by any means (5'9" 145 lbs) but they seem to be well worth the cost of $20. Wouldn't hesitate in recommending to a beginner who wants to get a fresh elevated perspective.

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    Thanks. I saw 'em, but the dbl is too fat and the bugnet is too short for me (my luck, btw). Decent deal, though.

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