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Old 12-21-2012, 09:26 PM   #44
roostar
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Originally Posted by Maxyb View Post
I just happened to stumble upon DD hammocks at a local MC shop, when i was shopping for a helmet

for $80, i couldn't go wrong. I was actually considering a Hennessey hammock, but these seem just as good for less than half the price. double walled bottom for insert of a mattress and a mosquito net with zips both sides. bloody comfortable (if you set it up properly) and easy to put up.

best of all it only weighs 900 odd grams (just under 2 lb for the old world) and with a tarp it packs half the size of my 1 man swag.

If there's no trees around i can use it as a bivvy if needs be, and with the sleeve it takes even less time to put up

http://www.ddhammocks.com/

and for any aussies looking at them - the importer is based in ballina, i love supporting the local blokes

http://www.amtcgear.com.au/products_...ductCategoryID[]=6
Looks like you scored a great deal. I dropped $150 for a Warbonnet Black Bird. It hasn't landed on my doorstep yet but it's my last shot at finding real comfort out on the road (or trails). I figure two nights in motel expenses covered the price and if I don't like it, I can sell it pretty easy on the hammock forums.
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