- Epitome of comfort
- Great space for single flyers to chill out
- Lightweight and compact design
The one major drawback to this lightweight hammock is how light and thin it actually is. While users haven’t had issues with the quality of the stitching or degradation of the fabric, they have, however, complained of how cold it can be sleeping in this hammock.
Strength: In addition to being an all-around well-made hammock, you’ve got a super strong suspension system to ensure that you’ll never drop to the ground or get tipped out of your hammock in the middle of the night with one wrong move.
Capacity: If you’re under 6’ in height and 250 pounds in weight, this single camping hammock will be the perfect fit for you.
Use: This is a pretty versatile hammock, so you should be able to use this wherever and whenever you want, so long as you’re not planning to share your sleeping space. And since it doubles as a ground lounger, you can find even more uses for it if you come prepared with camping poles.
Price: Okay, okay… This is an expensive camping hammock, but you’re getting (nearly) everything you need here. In addition to the hammock, there’s a bug net, rainfly, pocket storage, suspension system with ropes, and polyester webbing straps. The only thing it doesn’t come with is a sleeping pad.
- Rated #4 in 9 Best Camping Hammocks