Re: [Hammock Camping] Little Help From The HH Pros!
- Hello Randal, and welcome to the forum.
I must apologize, I have been off the board for a
couple of weeks, so I am sorry this is late getting to
you, but I might be able to offer a bit of help. I
too am from AZ, the Arrowhead section of Phoenix to be
precise, and own a pair of Hennessy's. One is the
biggest, the Safari Model with the stock (2lb) Hex
fly. The other is an Explorer model, though I don't
recall if the ultralight version was out when I
ordered it. In any case though, I would be happy to
get together so that you can try them out in person.
Heck, I am always looking for local people to camp
with and would even be up for a weekend overnighter if
schedules could be worked out. Just let me know if
you are interested and we can go from there!
--- Randal <azman3us@...> wrote:
> Just joined as I am researching the HH products inThough I may die tomorrow, at least I can do it with the knowledge that once I did know true love -unknown
> an effort to rise
> above ground sleeping. Some background avid
> backpacker from AZ,
> have PK'ed most of the Apostle Islands in WI, most
> of AZ, explored
> the Boundary Waters in MN and the wild in So PA.
> Consider myself a
> lightweight mid-weight hiker. With this said would
> like some
> opinions on what HH product would work for me as
> planning to go to
> Isle Royle next May.
> Physical Stats
> Height 6'1"
> Weight 220
> Side Sleeper
> Current sleep system BA 15% Encampment long size
> with aircore matt
> yes I have many other bags but use this one for my
> more serious
> Currently looking at these HH products
> Explorer Untralight Asym 2.7 Lbs
> Explorer Deluxe Asym 3.4 Lbs
> Questions due the BA products utilization of the
> aircore matt for
> insulation can this be used in the HH products? Came
> up with the idea
> of cutting an emergency blanket to fit between the
> bottom aircore
> matt and the sleeve (or pocket) to reflect the heat
> through the matt
> upwards. Also personally love this system as I never
> slip and slide
> off the matt and the bag volume gives me enough room
> to turn over
> With the great offer on the HH Scout ($79 with 2
> flys) considering
> purchasing one for wife/kids just to review the
> product or should I
> choose another?
> Any help and opinions are greatly appreciated
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