Exped Scout Hammock Mosquito Net

Exped Scout Hammock Mosquito Net
Exped Scout Hammock Mosquito Net
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Scout Hammock Mosquito Net by Exped
You're a big fan of all-you-can-eat buffets, but that doesn't mean you have to subject yourself to being one for a gaggle of ravenous bugs. So the next time you head out on a hammock-bound adventure, make sure you pack along the Exped Scout Hammock Mosquito Net. This net fits over Exped's Scout and Travel hammocks and features a no-see-um mesh that keeps even the hungriest of bugs out.

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SKU: XPD0043
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