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rated 5 of 5 stars A True Flat-Lie Hammock System. I have spent decades looking for a perfect camping hammock, ordered my first "jungle hammock" from an ad in the back of a comic book. A disaster of course. Tried the mesh cargo net types in the '70s. Bought an original Hennessy. This one is the real deal.  I'd second all the features mentioned by other reviewers. The mosquito netting is easy to use. The side pockets are roomy and make it easy to keep your nightly needs organized. There is also a shallow pocket at… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Why do you want a Warbonnet Ridgerunner? It lays flat, like a bed. It also lays flat, like a bed. Then there is how it lays flat. I just got my RidgeRunner today. YAY! Had to run it out and find two trees. I found two that were about 20 feet apart. I put up straps and connected whoopies. They said to have the RR sag close to the ground, it will lift when you put the Spreader bars in. It lifted. I went over, laid into it, and ended up on the ground. I had it hanging way too low. I tightened, and… Full review

Traveler Double Layer 1.1

rated 4 of 5 stars Good hiking hammock. I bought my Warbonnet Double Layer 1.1 Traveler to use in chilly and cold weather because of its light weight, pad insert openings between the layers, and lack of integrated bug net. I ended up using it more than I thought I would, in all seasons, but not using the pad inserts. Purchased with whoopie sling suspension it weighs in at about 17 ounces, is very easy to set up, and its simple design lends itself well to a variety of insulation types. Here the hammock is shown without… Full review


rated 2.5 of 5 stars Umm it leaks?? Really? I see the price has gone up since 2011. I paid $140 from their webby. It's a good tarp except for one thing.  Umm it leaked first time I used it in ADK (that's kinda the point of it is to stay dry) from the stitching for the pullouts just below the ridgeline. So I emailed. Brandon responded right away. A for customer service. He told me to put some sylicone on the stitching. (WHAT? Not a mistake which would have been acceptable...but they know?) Again...Umm  at $140 I assume… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars If you're a stomach sleeper then this is the hammock you've been looking for. The advantage to hammocks is that they get you off the ground, and that here in New Hampshire you can set up anywhere. It has two side storage compartments (one each side) that will hold whatever you will need during the night and you don't feel them while laying in the hammock. It has a zippered bug net that unzips from foot to foot and can be rolled out of the way if not needed. A hammock is very easy to set up, just… Full review

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