Single Person Camping Hammock
What makes our camping hammock different? What makes swimming in a waterfall-fed watering hole better than your community pool? What makes a great pair of wool socks better than cotton gym socks? What makes your Aunt Jen better than your Uncle Barry? In short, superior raw materials. We’ve improved our camping hammock three times in the last two years, while lowering the price. You get that kind of value from a company with a commitment to quality, putting our customers first, and a love of great gear.
The durable diamond lock rip-stop nylon resists mildew, can be easily cleaned, and won’t stretch. This is the strongest material for a portable hammock. You will love it.
Ultralight construction means that it only weighs 21.5 ounces and most of that weight is the steel, spring-gate carabiners. We include strong climbing paracord cables [cordage] & carabiners so you can hang your hammock right out of the bag.
The highly portable hammock stuffs into a compression bag that is only slightly larger than a softball and easily packs in a day pack. So, we might call it a camping hammock, but we would be remiss if we didn’t humbly suggest that it is also perfect for hiking, road tripping, cross country travel, international vacations, back-woods adventuring, backpacking, on campus lounging, boating, beach going, park dates, picnicking [perhaps skip the messy snacks], dog snuggling, and backyard relaxation.
- Best Uses: camping, hiking, road trips, college campus relaxing, backpacking, boating, backyard relaxing
- Weight: 21.5 oz
- Material: Diamond Lock Rip-Stop Nylon
- Included: attached stuff sack, steel spring gate carabiners and lashing cables
- Opened Dimensions: 10ft of fabric
- Stuffed Dimensions: 8.5″ x 6″ x 3″
- Weight Limit: Supports up to 400 lbs. This is a single person hammock.
- Compatible with: Adventure Tree Straps II & Adventure Hammock Mosquito Net
Clean your hammock with a damp cloth and gentle soap. Hang to dry…because, well, because hanging is a hammock’s natural state. Still, you don’t want to weather it beyond its years: keep your hammock in the attached stuff sack when not in use.
We know these pesky instructions tend to get lost. In the unlikely event you’ve forgotten how to hang your hammock, we did you a favor and uploaded them below.Download Manual