Warbonnet Ridgerunner

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  • Great for backpacking
  • Very comfortable
  • Easy to set up and take down
  • Lightweight and compact design
  • Durable material


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Best Hammock of 2022 - GearLab
Hammocks are fantastic for back sleepers and can be decent for side sleepers, but, for the most part, you can forget about sleeping on your stomach. Until now, anyway. Enter the Warbonnet Ridgerunner, our choice for ultimate comfort. It has spreader bars that help create the flattest lay possible, s...
5 months ago
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Sleeping in a hammock is uncomfortable
As others have said, ENO hammocks really aren't for sleeping in. If you care to try again, I suggest you try out a bridge hammock like a Warbonnet Ridgerunner. They have spreader bars so the material doesn't surround you, which might alleviate your concerns.
Has anyone every slept in one of these style bridge hammocks? It looks a bit more comfortable than a standard gathered end.
Yep. After lots of hammocks and hundreds of night I'm currently using the warbonnet Ridgerunner. Love it
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Double layered hammock vs single layered
If you are set on the double layer, I recommend considering Warbonnet Blackbird XLC or Warbonnet Ridgerunner (bridge) instead of the Hennessy. I own a Hammock Gear Circadian, and when I purchased it the salesman (Harry) told me that he uses one himself all the time and he weighs 280 lbs and is 6 ft 4. Hammock Gear has a good reputation and I believe Harry.
Decisions on Kit to lighten what I have or swap to Cicadian/Blackbird XLC light double/Chameleon 1.2 double
Double layer is unneeded weight if you will always (or nearly always) use an UQ and leave the pad home. If you like the lay of your heavy car-camping hammock, consider the Warbonnet Ridgerunner. You can get custom carbon poles for it that significantly reduce total weight, but it will still be heavier than a GE.
Warbonnet Ridgerunner Hammock Insulation
Its a very solid, innovative, easy to setup, and functional shelter system. I have a warbonnet Ridgerunner double layer, and I use a neoair xtherm pad (size large for a snug fit in the pocket of the warbonnet).
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I need help deciding on a hammock
I've done many hundreds of nights in hammocks and owned dozens. Recently got the Warbonnet Ridgerunner, it's significantly more comfortable than any other hammock I've used.
I'm on the road in Australia for context.
Gear Talk: Warbonnet Ridgerunner. Is This Goodbye?
They'Re, okay, the banning is just too new for me to put my my time and effort into so i'm sticking with warbonnet ridge runner, it's just too damn good of a hammock to let go. This is the deep red one double layer. This is an awesome hammock
rob pelton
4 months ago
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Best hammocking setups
I'd look at a Warbonnet RidgeRunner too. I just got into hammock camping as well and have found a bridge hammock to be an easier transition, and the RidgeRunner is the gold standard. You can get the double layer and it will allow you to slide your current camping pad between the two and use a sleeping bag even if you want.
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Hammock with place for a sleeping mat but without a mosquitonet
You can get a double layer Warbonnet Ridgerunner with no bug net for about $115. Alternately, you could buy a Blackbird XLC and leave the removable bug net home. My Wanderlust has a permanently attached bug net, but it can easily be stuffed into a sack at the foot end of the hammock.