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  1. #11
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    I have an 11' Thunderbird. Haven't had it out in the woods yet. I did get it up in the yard. Very comfortable!



    Sorry it isn't that much of a close up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadgets View Post
    I have an 11' Thunderbird. Haven't had it out in the woods yet. I did get it up in the yard. Very comfortable!



    Sorry it isn't that much of a close up.
    Thanks! Now we're gettin some pics. I know with all the people that have these, somebody has some in depth pics of them, I just know it. Keep'm comin.....

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    I like that camo color. Mine is the Night Grid camo outside with coyote inside layer. Sorry no pics, I have no way to upload them.
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    Mine is A-tac AU with a black 1.1 inner.

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    Swwweeeeet!!!
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    Do you guys ever have issues finding trees that were far enough apart for an eleven foot hammock versus a ten foot?

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    I haven't had mine in the woods yet but the 11' T-bird comes standard with a 110" ridgeline. I don't think it will be an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabbyDaddy View Post
    Do you guys ever have issues finding trees that were far enough apart for an eleven foot hammock versus a ten foot?

    South Carolina, USA, no issues, plenty of trees.
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    I've usually have had more issues not finding trees close enough here in Ohio. Having laid in all of Paul's hammocks at the Michigan hang and a couple of them "other" birds I have am saving up for a Thunder Bird. I found that the shelf is not my thing and is a little claustrophobic and the pullouts in the way being part of the cover. I'm a lean 5'6" and was able to reach up for the zippers but would recommend the extra zipper pulls if you like a mid zip option. I did almost drift off testing out that 11' TB but was never comfortable in the xlc bb I tried.

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    Also ask about the pocket option for the double layer that Paul does.

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