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    Quote Originally Posted by TominMN View Post
    Look at those "tails" on the asym. I'm thinking that is the answer to be able to use the same zipper half. But that also indicates that the asym "bulges" are set in a bit further from the ends as compared to the symmetrical one. It also means that the "ridgeline length" is longer and the asym will be looser on the SRL, assuming the "bulges" are the same width.

    Am I "reading" that correctly?
    Lol I really don't know... they don't *appear* to be interchangeable. There must be elves involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmoulder View Post
    Lol I really don't know... they don't *appear* to be interchangeable. There must be elves involved.
    Glad I'm not the only one who is perplexed.

    No mention of the asym bugnet coming with a zipper stretcher...
    Last edited by TominMN; 09-30-2022 at 04:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oyster View Post
    Dutch has a brand new spreader bar type bug net. Might be worth looking into? Looks pretty cool IMO.
    I finally got a chance this weekend to try out my spreader bar bug net and I really like it. It not only kept the bug net off my face when laying in the hammock but it made getting in and out of my hammock easier because it lifted the bugnet up and out of the way when I unzipped it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyhiker View Post
    I finally got a chance this weekend to try out my spreader bar bug net and I really like it. It not only kept the bug net off my face when laying in the hammock but it made getting in and out of my hammock easier because it lifted the bugnet up and out of the way when I unzipped it

    Good to know. At some point I'll be adding another hammock to my arsenal and the Chameleon with that net is high on the list.

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