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I’ll be bringing two hammock setups on my winter camping trip to Temagami. One set I’ll be using the other I’m lending to a friend to use. The setup I’m using personally is from @hammockgear . The Wanderlust includes an eleven foot long Zippered Bug Net Hammock, which allows you to achieve a flatter lay. This hammock is "ready to hang", featuring spectra continuous loops and ridgeline, carabiners, and a ten foot pair of ultralight daisy chains. I’ve gone with a silpoly tarp called the Journey. It has a 12 foot ridgeline and this durable tarp system with doors is both water and windproof. You can also use tarp poles creating more internal space to move around under the tarp. For insulation, and based on the cold conditions I’m using the @hammockgear Economy series quilts. The under quilt called the Incubator, and top quilt called the Burrow. They are standard length 800 down fill rated for -20C.
For a luxury item I’m also using a hang time hook for my cellphone for some bed time entertainment . If you hammock what setup do you use?
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Semi-final model of the updated side pouch for the @meandering_maker 3 Day Pack 2020 Redesign ✔️
Final dimensions: 5”W x 5”D x 12”H. I did another prototype yesterday that was 6x6x12 and it was just too gigantic. Remember that the structural dimensions of a pack or not the rigid dimensions, meaning the pack will bulge and give to accommodate its contents. I’ve tested this pouch with every piece of kitchen kit I have and it all fits with room to spare (video on the subject coming soon 🎥)
Other subtle but substantial updates: the distance between the strap and the buckle is much greater than on the current 3DP, allowing you to close a less-than-full pouch more securely and with less dead space; just a hair of slack in the button pocket to make it easier to get things in and out when the pouch is stuffed full; 3/4” strap and buckle replaces the current 1”, making for easier manipulation of the strap and saving a bit of weight; and obviously a new fitted lid that comes down 3” over the front and 3 to .25” on the sides effectively enclosing the contents of the pouch in a warm waxed canvas hug ❤️
I debated on whether or not a draw string was still necessary now that the fitted lid keeps the opening contained. But I’ve always found it really nice to be able to tighten down the opening of the side pouches to keep them extra secure and to tame the unruly amount of gear I’ve crammed into it. And with a fitted lid it can actually be more trying to get the opening to fit nicely under the lid. So the draw string stays. You’re welcome.
I have one or two tweaks that will find their way into the final production model but this part of the new design is pretty much fully baked 🎂
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