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18525Re: Tree Spirit down sleeping bag hammock

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  • Jamie D.
    Dec 18, 2007
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      Hi Robert,

      I don't know anything about this particular hammock but the least
      expensive solution I have found for staying warm in my hammock is to
      use a couple of blue foam pads under me with a nice lower temp range
      than needed sleeping bag on top. Sythetic is cheaper than down of

      Now, if you are concerned about weight then down is better.

      Jamie in AZ

      --- In hammockcamping@yahoogroups.com, Blake Robert
      <xflagstaff9@...> wrote:
      > I am trying to get into winter hammocking ranging
      > from the elevations of the Superstitions to the high
      > country with a huge temperature range.
      > Rather than spend a few hundred here, a few there
      > until I hit what I want (on a fixed retirement
      > annuity) I am trying economical ways first.
      > I have just had the winning ebay bid on a Tree
      > Spirit down sleeping bag hammock.
      > http://www.ebay.com Item nos. 170167714995 for his
      > better description and item no. 170174967597 for my
      > win-more photographs.
      > Does anyone know anything about this sleeping
      > bag/hammock combination?
      > Even the Tree Spirit website has nothing about it.
      > http://funhammocks.com/
      > Any info would be appreciated.
      > I would still like to know if anyone has tried the
      > top zipper Panda sleeping bag/hammock inside a regular
      > hammock?
      > R Blake, Flagstaff, AZ
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