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This is my version of a summer sock. It is made from ARGON 90 and Nanoseeum so it is breathable but has a quality DWR for quilt protection.

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This is my version of a summer sock. It is made from ARGON 90 and Nanoseeum so it is breathable but has a quality DWR for quilt protection.  I have 11 foot and 10 foot versions. It is designed to work with a hammock with a ridgeline.  Tapered on one end and drawstring on the other. The Summer sock has a panel nanoseeum the full length of the sock and can be turned to vary the amount of venting.  This will come in a medium mesh stuff sack.  Comes in black and of course it is made in the USA.

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SKU DUT119

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  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

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    gavainm

    I have an 11′ hammock with a structural ridgeline set to 110″ (~9′). Would the 11′ or 10′ sock work best for me?

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  2. One person found this helpful

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    daniellatimer

    How does this work if you don’t choose the zipper version? How do you get in and how do you seal it so bugs can’t get in?

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      Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      You will seal up the foot end and then once you are in you will pull it over your head and then draw it shut. Please see the following video:
      https://youtu.be/GnpiAzvY6vw

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    lesliekgreen

    so the zipper is horizontal between the Argon and Nanoseemum?? How wide is the zipper?

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    • 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
      Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      The zipper on a summer sock will be 105″ as we will be able to utilize the full length of the zipper. Yes it is a horizontal zipper.

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  4. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    joshualeeyates

    5 out of 5 I know, I know... it’s kinda expensive.

    joshualeeyates (verified owner)

    I effed around and tried a cheap bugnet, and it would definitely work… but that summer sock tho. I’m here to say: this is the right choice, boys and girls. The quality is a 10, the customer service is a 10, the shipping time is a 10. A product like this shows just how much DutchWare puts into innovation and quality. It’s smart, it’s effective, and it’s worth every penny. This place is the kind of company you wish every company was like: completely customer focused.

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  5. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    greg placides

    5 out of 5 SUMMER SOCK

    greg placides (verified owner)

    I really do not know how iv’e overlooked this amazing piece of gear! Iv’e went bonkers with modular hammock set ups & i really missed the simplicity of a netless hammock. This sweet piece of gear plays a couple of important roles & advantages .

    Half of the sock is made with argon 90 , the same material as the winter sock & the other half bugnet. Yes you take more pack weight with this system but its not with any regrets. Rather than deciding what piece to bring on a modular setup , its all here for you ..all the time.

    Yesterday i camped & in the day it was a breezy 60 degrees, by night it dipped into the high 30s. No getting out to unzip a net to replace with a top cover…just steer the summer sock as a lean to , top cover or net option. Amazing functional piece of gear!

    The wide mouth opening is on one end so you can easily manage & set up under quilt & the side zip makes entrance & exit a breeze! Great thing about this is there is NO proprietary top cover or bugnet, this will fit over any of your favorite 10′-11′ gathered end hammocks for winter or summer.

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  6. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    James Hulin

    5 out of 5 Summer Sock Solved my Backpacking Problems

    James Hulin (verified owner)

    I had a conflict in simultaneously meeting 4 criteria for backpacking: low weight for backpacking, no chemical treatment for bugs (permetherine), use of under/top quilts when cold, no bug bights through hammock in summer–in my area only a double hammock will stop bights with a regular bug net since bug nets touch sides of hammock (elbows, feet, etc exposed). Then I discovered the summer sock and all my problems were solved: It is a lightweight bug net, the argon bottom acts as very lightweight “second layer” to prevent bug bights such that I can now use a lightweight single layer hammock versus heavier double-layer to stop bug bights and all without chemical treatment. It has the added bonus then when a strong breeze blows and/or it is cold (no mosquitoes around), I can roll it over to block wind and it will fit over my under-quilt. What a fabulous product…just what I have been looking for. Few products meet such a wide range of needs and this product does it with top quality! Cheers to Dutch

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  7. One person found this helpful

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    Josh

    If used on a Chameleon… will this fit around the Sidecar so its contents are still available from inside the hammock?

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  8. Question

    Josh Bartlett

    Does the tapered end have a loop or anything to keep it attached, so it doesn’t pull away from the end of the hammock?

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  9. Question

    Greg Redekop

    I have watched the video, and seen it being rotated to have the Argon 90 on top, and bug mesh on the bottom… I was wondering how “stable” it is… for instance, if I have the Argon on the bottom, does it tend to “stay” that way, assuming I don’t actively rotate it ( such as in the video )

    Thanks

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      Yes it will stay that was as that is the actual intended use for it.

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  10. Question

    jessie.christian7

    How many zippers does the zippered version have? I am interested to know if the zipper(s) can stop in the middle of the sock.

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      There will only be a zipper on one side and you will be able to choose where your opening is as it has the vision zipper on it. (same style as the chameleon)

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  11. Question

    bkavdz

    In description it say there is a DWR but in questions below you’re say it is not water resistant. I just want to clarify this.

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      It is not water proof as the DWR will only make it water resistant.

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  12. Question

    khaomoo

    What are the dimensions of this thing? I’m specifically interested in knowing the width.

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      The width is 48″

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  13. Question

    Dan Ray

    Is the argon portion water repellent or can it be sprayed to make it water repellent?

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    • One person found this helpful
      DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      Argon is not water resistant as it is a breathable fabric. You can spray it if you desire to.

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  14. Question

    briggdon

    I have an 11ft hammock with a 104″ ridgeline ( I like a lot of sag) Will this item still work and fit an underquilt in there and everything? Thanks in advance for your help.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      yes they are made to fit over your underquilt

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  15. Question

    Admin ChristianMundt

    Can this be machine washed and dried?

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    • admin

      Yes, gentle cycle in cold water.

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  16. Brian

    5 out of 5

    Brian (verified owner)

    NO MORE BUGS!

    An essential addition to any hammock when camping or hanging out by the water. Without an underquilt, I used the summer sock to keep warm throughout a brisk spring night by simply rotating the net side down. I’ll be picking up the winter version when the weather gets colder.

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  17. Question

    Admin RaymondBailey

    What does 11′ version weigh?

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    • admin

      10 ft = 220 grams
      11 ft = 255 grams

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  18. Tony

    5 out of 5

    Tony

    I got the summer version and find it to be quite well made.

    I got the summer version and find it to be quite well made. It fits 72″ wide hammocks just fine and slips on and over with ease. Very breathable, yet it’s nice to be able to twist the bottom towards the wind to create a blast shield. I’ll probably order the winter version once fall comes around.

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  19. John

    5 out of 5

    John

    I purchased the summer version.

    I purchased the summer version. In initial backyard testing I was able to rotate it so the argon solid side was to windward and screen side was to leeward. Perfect to take the bite out of a spring breeze. Also easily fit over my Jarbridge underquilt.

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  20. Question

    Admin BrentBond

    What size stuff sack do you recommend for the summer sock?

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    • admin

      It should be about the size of a Nerf football I think 1.5 liter.

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  21. Cheerio

    5 out of 5

    Cheerio (verified owner)

    Dual Purpose

    Very well made and worked much better than I expected. I got this to protect me from the bugs but it turned out to be quite cold on the nights I was hiking so I twisted it around and made myself a hammock/tent and stayed really warm. I recommend this as a dual purpose item.

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  22. Barbara

    5 out of 5

    Barbara (verified owner)

    Quality product. Easy to use.

    First off, DWG website is so attractive, informative and user friendly. A few hrs after I placed order, it was shipped. Got it two days later. What service! Also liked that after I placed order, I was informed I would be notified when shipped. Some websites leave you guessing.
    Love the Summer Sock. The materials are flawless and the net especially seems really sturdy. It is very easy to get on the hammock and to use. I have a winter sock but still may buy Dutch’s

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  23. Question

    Admin PaulCory

    Does this also make a good bug net replacement? Something that is good for the bugs that are out in the evening, but also good for when it cools off at night?

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    • admin

      Yes, it will help retain heat and keep bugs out. You can rotate it around putting the fabric on top which makes it more of a heat retaining sock. With the bugnet on top it will be more of a splash guard and quilt protector while blocking a lot of wind.

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  24. Clive Powner

    5 out of 5 Clive

    Clive Powner (verified owner)

    Got the summer sock I ordered in Woodland camo with zip for my sea to summit solo.
    Fit’s great, it all fit’s into my double ended stuff sack from Dutch without having to take it off.
    Next order is the winter sock with zip Woodland camo.
    Thank’s Dutch & your team.

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  25. Question

    mark.taniwha

    Hi there
    Paired to one of your 11′ wide hammocks, could the zipped summer net support circa 20oz of 2 season insulation in place on its own, rather than using a tailored UQ? Would it end up hanging too gappy to be effective? Thanks, Mark

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      It would gap to much to be affective for you.

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