X

EU Visitor Notice: This Website Uses Cookies

This website uses cookies to improve user experience, to provide analytical data to better serve our visitors, and to serve advertising to fund our operations. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy.

Your preference will be saved for 90 days, or until you clear your browser cookies.


I AGREE
I DISAGREE
Learn More

Hammocks

Tammock Hammock Tent

Tammock Hammock Tent
$299+  Pledge Comment

Lit Outdoors combined a freestanding hammock with a single-pole tent, so you can relax just about anywhere. It’s made of ripstop nylon, has two zippered openings, a rainfly and lots of pockets. You can also use the hammock without the tent.

Mantis All-in-One Hammock Tent

Mantis All-in-One Hammock Tent
$189+  Pledge Comment

Kammok’s Mantis is a hammock that weighs just over 2lb yet comes with an insect net and a rainfly. You can set it up in under a minute. The insect net and rainfly can be removed to pack even lighter or customize your setup.

Advertisement

Nauset Pack

Nauset Pack
$235+  Pledge Comment

Nauset Goods’ backpack is an all-in-one adventure kit that’s designed for folks who don’t want to carry a bunch of camping gear. The waterproof bag comes with four chairs, two tables, two blankets, and two hammocks, all packable and can fit inside the bag.

Crua Hybrid Hammock Tent MkII

Crua Hybrid Hammock Tent MkII
$300  Buy Link Comment

Crua Outdoors‘ latest hammock can be turned into a single-person tent. It’s water-resistant, has a mesh layer for ventilation, and a ground sheet for insulation, and weighs less than the original. It also comes with a customized sleeping bag and a self-inflating mattress.

Clark Vertex Double Hammock

Clark Vertex Double Hammock
$449  Buy Link Comment

Clark Outdoor’s Vertex double hammock houses two independent hammocks in one breathable enclosure. It also has a storage compartment large enough to store backpacks. If you want an insulated two-person hammock, check out Clark’s VX Ultra.

Nomad Backpack & Hammock

Nomad Backpack & Hammock
~$240+  Pledge Comment

The Nomad is a 20L backpack with a built-in hammock. It uses an intuitive system of straps and Velcro patches to guide you in unfolding and folding the hammock back with the rest of the bag. It’s made of Cordura 1000 nylon and nylon mesh.

Ultimate Hammock Straps

Ultimate Hammock Straps
$20  Buy Link Comment

Ultimate Hammocks’ Ultimate Straps with Nano Weave are slim, light and up to 60% thinner than other hammock straps, yet don’t sacrifice strength or durability. They have no traditional stitches, eliminating weak points. Available in 800lb and 1600lb capacities.

Sunda Tent Hammock

Sunda Tent Hammock
$399  Buy Comment

Kammok’s highly versatile camping accessory can be used as a 2-person tent, a sheltered hammock, a lightweight sun shelter, or a solo hammock. Its ventilated interior is surprisingly spacious at 35 square feet, along with a 40″ peak height.

Treeo 3-in-1 Hammock

Treeo 3-in-1 Hammock
$75+  Pledge Comment

The Treeo is a waterproof ripstop nylon hammock that can also be used as a blanket and a rain fly. Transitioning between its forms is simple thanks to its drawstring. It comes with carabiners, stakes, guy lines and tree straps.

ENO Nomad Hammock Stand

ENO Nomad Hammock Stand
$250  Buy Link Comment

No trees, no problem. Eagles Nest Outfitters‘ Nomad lets you enjoy your hammock on any site that has a stable surface. It’s made of aluminum alloy and comes with a carrying case as well as cargo loops. It’s also available from Amazon.

Flying Squirrel Adjustable Hammock

Flying Squirrel Adjustable Hammock
$45-$60  Buy Link Comment

Flying Squirrel Outfitters‘ handmade hammocks have a unique double-ended pouch. You can slide the pouch along the hammock to adjust the tension, so you can create a stiff hanging chair or a loose hammock. Available as 22oz two-person or 11oz one-person hammock.

TrailNest Rooftop Hammock Stands

TrailNest Rooftop Hammock Stands
$469-$929  Buy Link Comment

TrailNest’s foldable hammock stands are meant to be attached to vehicle roof bars, but can also be used on the ground. They have their own floors so you won’t step on your roof. There’s also a kit that comes with a ladder. Available in single or double stands.

M.C. Hammie Multipurpose Hammock

M.C. Hammie Multipurpose Hammock
$99+  Pledge Comment

Wildish’s packable outdoor gear turnsĀ into a blanket, a tent or a hammock in seconds. It’s made of water-repellent ripstop nylon and has reinforced stitching, ballistic webbing straps and nylon loops. Comes with eight carabiners and ground stakes.

Advertisement

Driftsun Portable Hammock

Driftsun Portable Hammock
$120  Buy Comment

Most portable hammocks require that you string them up between trees. But this one comes with a folding frame, making it perfect for the beach and open fields. It has a movable canopy for sun protection, a 9-can drink cooler, and packs up into the included carrying bag.

REI Quarter Dome Air Hammock

REI Quarter Dome Air Hammock
$219  Buy Comment

REI’s first hanging tent aka bridge hammock. It’s a one-person hammock that weighs a little over 3lb, a ripstop nylon body with shockcorded poles, all the cords and clips you need to hang it, as well as a removable bug net and a rainfly.

The MelloShip

The MelloShip
$2500+  Pledge Link Comment

We can think of few more relaxing ways to spend a day than floating on a quiet lake, or in a lazy hammock. The MelloShip combines both of these “activities” into one. Lie back, relax, and steer the solar-powered vessel via remote control. Holds two hammocks, so bring a friend!

Tentsile T-mini Double Hammock

Tentsile T-mini Double Hammock
$150  Buy Comment

Tentsile claims its T-mini is the smallest two-person hammock you can find. The best part about it is that its two halves are segmented, so you and your buddy don’t have to be lumped in the middle. It measures 8’x 10’x 10′ and holds up to 485 lb.

ADVERTISEMENT

Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation | Keyboard Shortcuts: OnOff

Home | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | Disclosure | Advertise | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Sites We Like

Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Cool Cars: 95Octane
Site Design & Content © 2008-2019 Awesomer Media / The Awesomer™
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right