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    Junior Member Land's Avatar
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    Anybody else carry a hammock when out and about on your T-Dub?



    I took a little break while exploring some local dirt yesterday.









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    I used to take my travel hammock with me until it broke. I'm in the market to find another at the moment. Theres nothing like stopping to lay down and take in the scenery. I like to bring a cigar and "hang" down by the river.
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    I carry a Clark NX-250 Jungle Hammock when my go motocamping. I carry a ENO hammock when I expect to hangout to relax/nap on long back country rides.
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    I've got a Hennessy Hammock and I love it.
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    Hennesy Hammock here too. Worked Great on the TAT. Minimalist touring and the TW.
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    Anyone looking for light weight, compact, camping gear for motorcycling, just check out what ultra light back packers use. I can recommend these companies as I have used products from all of them and they are top notch. I have no connection to any of them, other than I bought their stuff and love it.



    http://hennessyhammock.com/



    http://www.outdoorequipmentsupplier.com/



    http://www.jacksrbetter.com/
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    I've heard awesome things about jacksrbetter, but you certainly do pay for the quality I don't own any of their stuff [yet].
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    Quote Originally Posted by jontow View Post
    I've heard awesome things about jacksrbetter, but you certainly do pay for the quality I don't own any of their stuff [yet].


    I have one of their tarps. The quality is great. Here it is at Blue Ridge Motorcycle Campground in Cruso, NC, during the Labor Day weekend last year.









    It was a wet, wet weekend, and the Jacks R Better tarp kept my rig (Warbonnet Blackbird hammock with Hammock Gear Winter Incubator underquilt, old sleeping bag, etc.) nice 'n' dry.



    I wasn't on the T-Dub that trip, though.



    Chris
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    Junior Member Land's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kankujoe View Post
    I carry a Clark NX-250 Jungle Hammock when my go motocamping. I carry a ENO hammock when I expect to hangout to relax/nap on long back country rides.
    I hardly ever ride without an ENO Doublenest or my Warbonnet Traveler on the bike for those little breaks I like to take. (I usually camp in a Warbonnet Blackbird, though.)



    On the T-Dub, I have a Cycleracks rear rack that I strap either a Kriega US10 or US20 or a Kermit Largemouth Duffle onto to carry a hammock and a few other things.



    (I recognize your username from another forum or two, Kankujoe. You , too, N2O2diver. )



    I haven't done an overnight trip on the T-Dub yet, but I'm gonna.



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