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#116985 - 06/07/09 09:20 PM hex 3 vs shangri- la 3
rockraven Offline
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Registered: 06/06/09
Posts: 15
Loc: tennessee
Ive been doin a little research and want to here a little more opinions..

I will either be finishing up the middle of the AT or do some of the PC with my largish dog..

And then maybe vagabond europe if I can

I like the 4 extra inches of headroom and extra ground space of the hex. But can get a good deal on a Shangrli.
Ive been thinking about useing a blue tarp for a pyramid,,,I can do my yoga swaying tree in it.. any other options

can the mesh be attached to the ceiling of the hex without a pole?

Any quick answers would be great cuz I have to jump on one of them directly?

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#117229 - 06/13/09 08:18 AM Re: hex 3 vs shangri- la 3 [Re: rockraven]
rambler Offline
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Registered: 02/04/03
Posts: 46
At the peak of the Hex 3 both on the outside and inside there is a webbing loop. The outside loop is there so the peak can be held up by a line.

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