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Ridgerunner Accessories

4.7 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

$75.00$135.00

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Product Description

Current Estimated Lead time to ship is about 1 week.

Spindrift:

The Spindrift is a hammock sock specifically designed for our Ridgerunner series of hammocks. It’s essentially a large sack of breathable fabric that the hammock hangs inside of.  It’s used mainly in cool to cold weather to block extra wind, and to increase inside temperatures by about 15° F.  It also adds alot of extra protection to the hammock allowing the use of a smaller tarp than otherwise would be needed.  The Spindrift itself is not a replacement for a tarp, but being made of lightweight breathable fabric (DWR) it will shed light rain and dry snow with ease, but for more moderate rain or wet snow you’d still need at least a small tarp.  The Spindrift is our most popular accessory for the Ridgerunner in all seasons other than summer.

Underover/Poncho:

The UCP is a fully waterproof under-cover for the bottom of the Ridgerunner.  It fits loosely,  hanging several inches below your underquilt.  This allows moisture to evaporate or pool in the bottom where it can be easily drained in the morning. Comes stock with a hood and does double-duty as your poncho. Made of our NeverMist(TM) Silnylon tarp fabric, the UCP provides alot of extra protection to the bottom and ends of the RR and is appropriate for 3-season use, the Spindrift is much better suited for winter conditions being less susceptible to condensation in sub-freezing conditions while providing a temperature boost while only 3oz heavier.

10 reviews for Ridgerunner Accessories

  1. 5 out of 5

    I rcvd the two door multicam Spindrift for use with my Ridgerunner. l like the fact that Brandon listens to his customers and made the two door version an option. Installed on the Ridgerunner — it works brilliantly. Instead of removing the shock cord from the mosquito netting to use on the Spindrift, I just made add’l shockcords for the Spindrift which will stay there permanently.

    Brandon has a very good video on the site as to how to install the Spindrift on the Ridgerunner. I did replace the Apex buckles with Dutch biners and that makes removing the suspension to install the Spindrift easier.

    As I sometimes use a pad in my DL Ridgerunner, I am having a seamstress put in a 30 inch zippered opening in the Spindrift sock below the spreader bar on the head end. This will allow me to keep the Spindrift on when I pack up the hammock but be able to slide the pad in when I hang it the next time without having to take the Spindrift off (or partially off). I might bug screen the doors eventually as well.

    Warbonnet is probably thinking that the Spindrift is a cold weather accessory for the Ridgerunner but I am thinking of using it year ’round and just keeping it installed all the time. The addition of the zipper for the pad and mosquito netting for each of the two doors would make this possible. It would be nice if Warbonnet could make these two options available in addition to the two door option but I don’t know if the demand is there to justify those add’l options.

    The Spindrift is an excellent addition to the Ridgerunner and would allow the use of a somewhat smaller tarp as well.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I have to be honest when I bought the Spindrift I did not think I was going to like it as much as I do now. It kept me very warm inside a very windy cold snowy night, during the 2deg polar vortex. I don’t think that I will be taking it off until it gets hot outside. This company is solid!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    My wife thinks I’m nuts cause I often sleep in my ridge runner on the patio, the spindrift is an excellent touch to break the wind and retain heat, the lynx quilt is cozy for sure……I’m really enjoying my warbonnet stuff!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Fits great and does a great job of adding protection form wind, cold and light precipitation. As I primarily camp to rock climb, the weather tends to be dry and this allows me to mostly avoid dealing with digging out a tarp at all. This is a great addition to the Ridgerunner and a great purchase for anyone with one.

  5. 5 out of 5

    The spindrift is fits like a glove. Once installed over the ridge runner, it fits within the provided stuff sack of the ridge runner. The double zipper provide plenty of options for venting. Hope to update the performance when temperatures approach 10 F. Made last season without it, 5 nights 12-15 F with a three season Warbonnet under-quilt and two old light sleeping bags, and oh a down vest helped. This year a new top quilt with the spindrift will lighten my load. Currently my sleep and shelter system is around 6 lbs. Feel confident I will find comfort down to 0 F. I will follow up after hunting season on why warbonnet is setting standards for others to follow when seeking value, quality, comfort and functionality at a respectable price.

  6. 5 out of 5

    I debated getting a Spindrift for a long time, tried a DIY experiment that did not work well and so ordered it. Construction is great and the shipping was quick. Tested it outside last night in the low thirties and had a nice comfortable sleep, without any condensation, which was a problem with my Clark. i ordered the Spindrift with the 2 doors. Zippers all work well and it fits easily. I can see using this as a year round item, especially being able to use it without a tarp. I would hope that Brandon would consider putting a zipper in the foot end to make it easier to install the underquilt and removable bugnet for the doors.

  7. 5 out of 5

    I ordered the spindrift just in time for my winter backpacking adventure. The plans went awry, but I still ended up at campsite covered in snow. I was so excited to use it. Once I got settled into it, all nice and toasty warm, when I woke up in the night I found the air inside comfortable with no condensation and since it wasn’t going to rain or snow overnight, I enjoyed not having to use a tarp. My only regret is not springing the extra door.

    Thanks again for yet another great product.

  8. 3 out of 5

    After the second time of use, two of the four grommets pulled through, I talked a buddy into buying the samething with the same problem. Don

  9. 4 out of 5

    The spindrift is an outstanding addition to any ridge runner! It was easy to install, and provided an additional layer of protection between myself and the elements. It definitely lives up the the high standards Warbonnet Outdoors has become well known for

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bought the 2 door model for the wife’s RR and she loves it. Only bad thing is I had to buy her another RR ( no net version ) to leave in the sock so she still has her netted RR for when it is warmer out and she does not need the sock as it is a bit of a PITA to change out and put the RR back to stock. I like the idea of adding a zipper to the foot end to make it easier to attach/detach adjust the UQ.

    Excellent product and if you own a RR you should get the sock.

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