I picked up a Walhalla netless monolite hammock at Fall Sprawl this year. Living in Florida a bug net is a must for most of the year so I picked up some bug net material from RSBTR and made a Fronkey style bug net for it. The hammock itself with stuff sack, endless loops and whoopies weighed in at 292g and the new bug net just added an additional 205g to it. I may have to get a wheelbarrow to haul this thing around.

I was talking to Jason from Walhalla about using it as a summer hammock but he tells me that, because of it's lightweight nature it actually makes a great winter shelter because the under quilt has less material to warm up. Makes sense. I plan to put it to the test the day after Christmas on a weeklong camping trip where the temps are forecast to be in the 20's.