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The BoneFire Gear Whisper Hammock is a 120" x 58 gathered-end, double layer hammock with built-in insulation.

BoneFire Gear Insulated Hammocks

If you’ve ever been cold at night in a hammock or tried using a underquilt and still been cold, you’ll be interested in a new hammock manufacturer named BoneFire Gear. Founded in 2014 by Jeremy Puskas, BoneFire Gear makes hammocks that have built-in down or synthetic insulation sewn to the bottom, eliminating all of fiddling and experimentation […]

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An insulated underquilt can be used to provide bottom insulation for a hammock sleeper in cold weather

How to Sleep Warm in a Camping Hammock

Staying warm in a hammock in cool weather can be a challenge. While everyone’s metabolism is different, most people begin to feel cool in a hammock when the outside temperature reaches 65-70 degrees. At this point, the addition of bottom insulation is usually required to augment whatever sleeping bag or quilt you use to cover […]

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The Big Agnes Bitter Springs UL1 Tent

Big Agnes Bitter Springs UL1 Tent Review

The Big Agnes Bitter Springs UL1 Tent is a double-walled tent with a very large front vestibule that is useful for gear storage or for your dog to sleep in if you backpack with a canine friend. Weighing just 2 pounds 5.5 ounces, this tent is amazingly lightweight and well-ventilated for a double-walled shelter, but can […]

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