Subscribe Contribute Advertise Facebook Twitter Instagram Forums Newsletter
FS: Warbonnet Hammock, Tarp and underquilt
Display Avatars Sort By:
Timo Rajala
FS: Warbonnet Hammock, Tarp and underquilt on 03/17/2011 09:57:43 MDT Print View

Edited 27 April 2011, lowered prices.

I have a package for sale consisting of:

Hammock: Blackbird Double Layer 1.1oz - $135 incl. shipping to US -SOLD
Tarp: Big Mamajamba (silnylon) - $70 incl. shipping to US -SOLD
Quilt: 3-Season Yeti - $140 incl. shipping to US -SOLD

Or a total price for the complete package: only $310, including shipping to US.

Payment or questions to my Paypal email timo at fullcontrol dot se.

All of the items are in top condition and they were bought from warbonnetoutdoors around May/June 2010.
I have used them only around 1 week.

This year I plan to do some hiking in the swedish mountains, so I want to fund some new gear suitable for those surroundings (no trees so a hammock will not work...).

I have some photos here:

For more info, see:


Edited by swedishbackpacker on 04/27/2011 13:17:33 MDT.

Matt DeWitt
(tritan) - F

Locale: Midwest
stuff on 03/17/2011 20:34:23 MDT Print View

I just bought this hammock. dang, this is a great setup. any pics of the accessories would you sell some stuff separate?

Backpack Jack
(jumpbackjack) - F

Locale: Armpit of California
re wbbb on 03/18/2011 00:28:10 MDT Print View

I'm interested, in the hammock, and tarp, if you would sell it seperate, and how much does it all weigh?

Backpack Jack
(jumpbackjack) - F

Locale: Armpit of California
re wbbb on 03/18/2011 06:40:05 MDT Print View

Out hiking, be back late Sun. night pacific time.

Jason Kloeker
(jkloeker) - F
Yeti on 03/18/2011 09:25:27 MDT Print View

I may be interested in the UQ if you decide to split up.

Hu Ai
(huai1) - F
hammock, tarp and uq on 04/05/2011 12:44:24 MDT Print View

I may be interested in the whole package. You didn't specify an email for PMs so I cannot pm you. Drop me a line via PM if this is still available.

Mark Hudson
(vesteroid) - MLife

Locale: Eastern Sierras
entire setup on 04/05/2011 19:55:00 MDT Print View

if you will ship for the stated price plus the stated price of the merchandise I will take it all.

pm me with the details since I cant pm you.

Timo Rajala
Re: stuff on 04/14/2011 03:01:11 MDT Print View

I want to sell all the items as a package, so I rather not sell them separately. You can see some pics, just copy and paste the flickr link to your web browser.


Timo Rajala
Re: FS: Warbonnet Hammock, Tarp and underquilt on 04/14/2011 03:07:36 MDT Print View

Sorry that it has not been possible to pm me, I missed to write my pm address in my profile. That's fixed now!

All of the items are still available for sale.

Pm sent to Andrei, he is first in queue to buy the package.


Evan McCarthy
(evanrussia) - MLife

Locale: Mid-Atlantic
Hammocks on 04/14/2011 08:05:14 MDT Print View

Based on several of the people I've backpacked with over the years who prefered hammocks at some point, many of them later sold or gave up on their hammock ways. I know some of you are die-hard hangers but I'm kind of curious about the atrition rate and return to the ground for many of you.

Edit: Didn't intend to hijack the thread. Think of this as a rhetorical question/insight.

Edited by evanrussia on 04/14/2011 08:34:56 MDT.

todd h
(funnymoney) - MLife

Locale: SE
Re: Hammocks on 04/14/2011 08:29:02 MDT Print View


Edited by funnymoney on 04/14/2011 08:29:42 MDT.

Timo Rajala
Re: Hammocks on 04/15/2011 00:49:59 MDT Print View

Well, for me the biggest reason is that I like to have gear which can also be used above the tree-line (in the swedish mountains mainly, since I live in Sweden). Another reason is that I am trying out different ways of lightweight backpacking and now I am leaning to getting versatile gear. For example, a shaped tarp without floor, which can be combined with a bug bivy/bug net or a bivy, if I arrive to a shelter at the trail I can just use the bivy and leave the tarp in the pack. In the mountains both the tarp and the bivy can be used for extra wind protection and added warmth. In the forest early spring/late autumn (almost no bugs) I can leave the bivy at home and take just the tarp. There is a lot of combinations.

Evan McCarthy
(evanrussia) - MLife

Locale: Mid-Atlantic
Re: Hammocks on 04/15/2011 06:49:19 MDT Print View

Timo, the versatility you talk about here is exactly why I love the tarp/bivy combo. I'm excited to get out to backpack in Sweden. I move to the general area next year and will be keen on finding the right trails.

Timo Rajala
Re: entire setup on 04/15/2011 08:52:53 MDT Print View

Andrei passed, pm sent to you Mark.

Timo Rajala
Re: FS: Warbonnet Hammock, Tarp and underquilt on 04/26/2011 23:53:29 MDT Print View

Updating this thread, all items still available for sale.
I lowered the price for the complete package to only $310, shipping costs included (to US from Sweden).


Kristopher Dunn
(linuxhack) - F
I'll take it on 04/27/2011 06:13:14 MDT Print View

PM sent. I'll take the set.

Timo Rajala
Re: Re: Hammocks on 04/27/2011 13:47:22 MDT Print View


Edited by swedishbackpacker on 04/27/2011 13:48:12 MDT.