What our Customers are saying
Matt BSan Antonio, TX
Awesome price for what you get. They updated the tree straps, carabiners and stretch guy line for mosquito net. I traveled the whole blue ridge parkway from skyline dr. to the smoky mountains finding any type of campsite along the way (with trees of course) t-storms second night and I stayed mostly dry, rain traveled down my guy line and wet my mosquito net and some drops on my face, I added drip string to that and problem solved. was a 3 night trip and i had no complaints. bought really small carabiners that i added to guy lines for mosquito net for quick installation and for the tarp strings as well (for wrapping around tree) I will add more pockets and more guy lines for mosquito net to open it up more. I am 5'6" and 135 lbs female and i feel that its a perfect fit for me, as you can see in the pictures... you might feel more cramped if you were taller. Plenty of room for diagonal sleeping, which i think is a big plus!
David BHelena, MT
Bought this back in June and did an overnight with it. Was pleased but needed some tweaking. Used a paracord ridgeline for the rain fly instead of the two pieces of string they give you. Do some YouTube research (Dave Canterbury or Corprals Corner) added some better stakes and #36 bank line for the tie out points on it as well. Some thin shockcord attached to the loops on the bug net then hooked to your ridgeline with small “S” biners for quick on and off will help. Some negative comments about those loops ripping. I just got back yesterday from spending the week with my grandson at Boy Scout camp. 5 nights of sleeping in it comfortably and needs no more tweaking. Just the way I want it. Weather was perfect so I can’t comment about water penetration of the rain fly just yet. Will update when I encounter more than moderate precipitation. Hope this helps you out.
Erik BLos Angeles, CA
Took it camping in the north woods of Wisconsin. We added an under quilt. The hammock performed beautifully, even in the rain. Plenty of room, plenty comfortable, plenty sturdy. I'm 5ft 5 inches and 170 pounds and my oldest son is 6ft 1inch and 210 pounds. These hammocks were easy to set up and take down. The straps acted as drip lines during rainy weather. The tarp worked great. The only improvements I'd like to see would be 1) to be able to remove (zip off) the mosquito netting, which would ideally also allow for zip access on both sides of the hammock (get in and out from either side, as well as adjust the under quilt) , and 2) possible built in loops (interior and exterior) for adding optional pockets. (exterior for shoes and rain gear you don't want to sleep with, interior for electronics/map/keys, etc that you don't want on the outside) The rain we experienced was pretty gentle, so we aren't sure how well it would hold up in a true storm. But all in all it was a VERY positive experience! I would definitely buy it again and recommend it to friends.
Mike RHuntsville, AL
This is my first ultra light camping hammock and I must say I'm impressed. I bought one for myself and my wife and we couldn't be happier. Easy set up and extremely comfortable. We've used them on an overnight, 3 day and 4 day trips. The material seems tough a d hopefully they'll last a long time, we're planning a 97 mile hike and camp in a few weeks. My one suggestion for anyone is to get an under quilt if you're going to be in cold weather even if you have a good sleeping bag because being suspended in the air causes your body weight to compress the sleeping bag and you will get cold. We didn't have an under quilt but we lined our bags with mylar blankets and that worked pretty well.