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Close your eyes and picture yourself swinging in a hammock. A tropical breeze through your hair, warm, white sand underfoot, cocktail in hand.... no, stop. This is a different kind of hammock-ing (yes, that's a word we made up). Have you ever camped in a hammock? We're talking the top of a mountain, expedition-style, hot tea in hand hammock experience. Proper adventure.

Many campers are turning to hammocks as an alternative to a tent. It’s easy to see why. A hammock is generally lighter, quicker to set up and keeps you off the hard, damp ground. It's a nice middle ground between using a bivvy bag and a tent.

It's not simply a case of picking the nicest stripy one out there, however. Camping hammocks are a different ball game and some technical know -how is required.  Choose the wrong set-up and you could be in for an uncomfortable and chilly night. Luckily we’ve done the work for you, so read on for the low down (or should that be high up?) on the best camping hammocks.

Best Camping Hammocks: Our Top Picks

Best for: summer camping – Sea to Summit Pro Double Camping Hammock

Best for: couples – ENO Doublenest Camping Hammock

Best for: comfort – Kammok Roo Camping Hammock

Best for: remote backpacking trips – Hennessey Expedition Classic Camping Hammock

Best for: long-distance walkers – ENO OneLink Shelter System

Best for: those on a budget – Naturefun Ultralight Camping Hammock

Best for: car camping – ETROL 3-in-1 Camping Hammock

Best for: bikepacking – Tentsile UNA Hammock Tent

Best for: ultralight backpacking – Ticket to the Moon Single Camping Hammock

Camping Hammock Buying Guide: Where to Start?

There are several different types of hammocks available, but here we’re concentrating mainly on camping hammocks.

The best camping hammock will be lightweight and easy to transport, comfortable and roomy, yet strong and long-lasting.  You’ll need to check what’s included with the hammock. Some hammocks are sold as a kit with everything you need, others give you the basic hammock and everything else needs to be bought separately, which can bump up the price and the weight.

If you just want to chill or only intend to sleep out when the weather’s hot, you may get away with just the hammock. For general camping in the UK, you’ll need at the very least;

  • A rain fly or tarp. These are usually removable but chances are you’ll get some rain at some point, unless you only try hammock camping during a heatwave.
  • A mosquito net or bug net. Depending on what time of year you go, you’ll be pestered by the little blighters. And if you’re heading to Scotland it’s most definitely an essential piece of kit. Most bug nets can be unzipped and rolled back if not needed.
  • Wide suspension tree straps. Ropes are fine for indoors or attaching the hammock to other supports but they can cause a lot of damage to trees. We want to cause as little damage as possible out there.
camping in a hammock or camping in a tent

Hammocks vs Tents

More people are choosing a hammock over a traditional tent and these days it’s hard to find an outdoor enthusiast who doesn’t own at least one hammock.

Pros

The benefits of hammock camping are many. They’re quick and easy to set up - providing there are a couple of anchor points available - they keep you off the damp grass and you can hang a hammock on sloping or rough ground where it would be difficult to pitch a tent. As long as you can find two trees 12-18 feet apart and have a good suspension system you can sleep anywhere!

With so many people choosing a staycation this year, a hammock gives you the flexibility to avoid some of the more crowded campsites.

Hammocks give a more consistent set up, unlike a tent where different terrain affects how it feels every night. As they don’t crush vegetation underneath, they do less damage so you truly can camp without a trace.

Hammocks are versatile – they’re not just for sleeping. They’re great for just chilling for the day outdoors or even in your own garden with a few beers.

Cons

The most obvious disadvantage of hammock camping is that a hammock gives you less room to store your stuff. You’ll need to be more creative to make sure your gear stays dry. Some hammocks get around this by fitting storage areas or hooks for hanging gear.

Sleeping in a hammock can take some getting used to. Some people find the bend uncomfortable but you can get round this by using a wider asymmetric hammock or using spreader bars. Hammocks can feel more restricting than a tent, particularly around the head and feet. If you've tried but just can't get comfy in a hammock then try a hammock tent or check out our article on the best tents and shelters.

You’ll need to be able to find tree that are the right distance apart and strong enough to take the weight of you and your hammock – this could be a problem in moorland areas with few trees.

How to keep warm when hammock camping

The main disadvantage to sleeping in a hammock is that you’re at greater risk of getting cold from underneath, especially if it’s breezy. Even on warmer nights you’re likely to feel some chill as hammock sleeping tends to compress the insulation in a sleeping bag so it’s less effective. So how can you avoid the dreaded ice bum?

You’ll need some form of insulation to keep out the chill. You can use a sleeping pad, but these tend to slide around in hammocks, especially the larger asymmetrical ones, so you could find it difficult to stay on it. Some camping hammocks have a double layered floor to keep a sleeping pad in place; our article on the best camping beds will help you pair up a sleeping pad with your hammock.

An underquilt is your best bet for keeping warm. It looks a bit like a regular quilt, but instead of going over you it fits snugly under the hammock. Because it hangs outside and you’re not lying on it, it doesn’t get compressed like a sleeping bag so retains heat far better. Underquilts are generally available in full length for complete protection from the cold, ¾ length, or half quilt, which covers your midsection. Obviously the smaller the quilt, the lighter it is to carry but the trade-off is less protection for your nether regions. If weight is an issue try choosing a smaller underquilt and keep your socks on!

A tarp can also be an effective windbreak if it’s really gnarly out there. Tarps can be pitched tightly around camping hammocks for better protection from the elements.

When choosing the best camping hammock for your next trip, you’ll need to ask yourself some questions. What will your hammock camping adventures look like? If you’re planning on summer trips or days out with your mates, a basic hammock set-up like the Sea to Summit or Ticket to the Moon should tick the boxes.
Planning on sleeping outdoors? You’ll benefit from the extra features the ENO OneLink Shelter system gives you. Serious backpacker looking to get off the beaten track? It might be worth ponying up for the Hennessey Expedition or even one of the hammock tents from Tentsile.

Camping Hammock FAQ

How do you set up a camping hammock?

If it’s your first time using a camping hammock, hanging the thing can be a little daunting. You need to consider the distance between the two attachment points – if they’re too close together or too far apart then the hammock will be too tight or too loose. Make sure they’re sturdy enough to take the weight or you could be in for a rude awakening in the night!

When hung, your hammock should resemble a banana in shape. One common beginner’s mistake is to try to tighten the hammock so it’s flat. This can cause the edges to narrow too much and it’ll feel claustrophobic and constricting – you need to embrace the curve!

Still unsure? Watch the video for some tips on setting up your camping hammock.

Video

How do you get in and out of a hammock?

We must admit, at first glance it doesn’t seem that hammocks are the easiest things to get in and out of. Too many people make the mistake of trying to clamber into it like it’s some kind of cargo net. Climbing onto a hammock without losing your dignity - and your beer - can be a major hang up for those thinking about trying a camping hammock out, which is a shame as once you’ve got the hang of it (see what we did there) it’s actually quite simple.

Stand at the middle of the hammock, back up against it until it’s vertical, grab hold, sit down and swing those legs onto it.

To get out, hold the middle of the hammock, swing your legs back over the side and just stand up.

Can two sleep in a camping hammock?

Theoretically yes – two person camping hammocks are available after all. But the reality is it’s not very comfy. Double the bodies means double the sag, plus you’ll end up getting much closer than you bargained.

Chilling in a hammock with a buddy on those long summer days can be fun, but when it comes to sleeping we’d recommend you snooze solo unless you really need to share a double hammock.

How do I get comfy in a hammock?

We hear you. Sleeping in a curve can take some getting used to, but once you do you might never want to get back in a tent.

Try angling your body in the hammock so that you’re sleeping slightly diagonally across it rather than straight down the centre. You’ll find you’re lying much flatter and it makes it easier if you’re a side sleeper.

Make sure you haven’t pulled the hammock too tight and use an underquilt to keep things cosy.

How do I clean my camping hammock?

A hammock can usually be machine washed on a gentle cycle, but should be washed inside a lingerie bag or pillowcase with the ends tied together.

Airdrying your hammock rather than using a drier will avoid any shrinkage.

ourComparison

Ticket to the Moon Single Camping Hammock

a good basic backpacking hammock that’s built to last

Tentsile UNA 1 person Hammock Tent

Hammock tents blend the comfort of camping with the versatility and lightness of a hammock

ETROL 3-in-1 Camping Hammock

we love the flexibility of this system which gives a range of sleeping options

Naturefun Ultralight Camping Hammock

cheap yet really strong, it’s virtually indestructible and will last for years

ENO OneLink Shelter System

Sturdy yet comfortable, this is one of the best camping hammocks for an introduction to wild camping

Hennessey Expedition Classic Camping Hammock

the ingenious design takes the stress out of getting into a hammock

Kammok Roo Single Camping Hammock

a well constructed camping hammock with great attention to detail… and oh so comfy

ENO DoubleNest Camping Hammock

We love the choice of funky colours

Sea to Summit Pro Double Camping Hammock

the handy arrow on the buckles makes them easy to orient when setting up

final score

86

%

final score

89

%

final score

83

%

final score

81

%

final score

88

%

final score

86

%

final score

84

%

final score

84

%

final score

79

%

The Good

  • Xpress Settings bag supplied for storage, which doubles as a pillow when not in use
  • Extra wide Moonstrap tree straps help avoid damage to trees

The Good

  • The double floor is supported by a 3-point anchoring system to give the best night’s sleep
  • Built-in insect mesh can be rolled back when not in use
  • Tentsile commit to planting 20 trees for each tent hammock sold

The Good

  • Hoops at both ends give the structure more support
  • There’s a handy hook inside the mosquito net for hanging up a light

The Good

  • Includes two iron carabiners and two tree-friendly polyester straps – leave no trace!
  • The loop straps make the hammock quick and easy to set up.

The Good

  • Bug net gives 360-degree protection and the superfine SkyWeave mesh netting means even the smallest nasties can’t get through
  • The hammock and bug net have stuff sacks sewn in so it’s impossible to lose them

The Good

  • Asymmetrical shape allows for a natural, comfortable flat lying position
  • Structural ridgeline guarantees the exact same sleeping experience each night

The Good

  • Dyneema reinforced racer slings for strength – they’re seriously strong
  • Gear loops along each side keeps your stuff off the ground and close to hand

The Good

  • Breathable, quick drying nylon with heavy duty triple-stitched seams
  • Aluminium wiregate carabiners keep things lightweight

The Good

  • Made from lightweight but durable 70D ripstop nylon
  • Optional spreader bar for flatter sleeping

The bad

  • You just get the hammock – you’ll need to buy any extras separately
  • Once you add a rain fly, bug net and other extras, suddenly it’s not so lightweight

The bad

  • Not the lightest option for backpackers
  • Pricey

The bad

  • The material isn't as durable as other camping hammocks
  • Once in the hammock, the netting zippers can be hard to access and use

The bad

  • The straps are quite short so it can be difficult to find trees that are the desired width apart
  • There’s no rain fly included

The bad

  • The excess fabric in the hammock may flap around if the wind gets up
  • If you’re a restless sleeper it can be difficult to keep a sleeping pad in place

The bad

  • More complicated to set up
  • The Velcro entrance can be fiddly if you need to get in or out quickly

The bad

  • Suspension system isn’t included
  • There are lighter camping hammocks out there

The bad

  • Suspension system isn’t included
  • Not as long as other camping hammocks which could be a problem for taller people

The bad

  • All components are sold separately which makes the full system pricey
  • Can only use the branded suspension system

Comfort

85

%

Travel friendly

90

%

Warmth

80

%

Eco score

90

%

Comfort

95

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

95

%

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

75

%

Comfort

85

%

Travel friendly

90

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

75

%

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

95

%

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

85

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

85

%

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

90

%

Comfort

85

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

95

%

Comfort

80

%

Travel friendly

85

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

75

%

Max load weight capacity

200kg

Capacity

1

Price

$

Weight

500g

Max load weight capacity

120kg

Capacity

1 person

Price

$$$

Weight

1.99kg

Max load weight capacity

230kg

Capacity

1

Price

$$

Weight

1.2kg

Max load weight capacity

300kg

Capacity

up to 3 but would be cramped

Price

$

Weight

580g

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Capacity

2

Price

$$$

Weight

2kg

Max load weight capacity

114kg

Capacity

1

Price

$$$

Weight

1.2kg

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Capacity

2

Price

$$

Weight

567g

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Capacity

2

Price

$$

Weight

539g

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Capacity

2

Price

$

Weight

539g (hammock and suspension system)

Ticket to the Moon Single Camping Hammock

Best for: Ultralight Backpacking

Why we like it

a good basic backpacking hammock that’s built to last

The Good

  • Xpress Settings bag supplied for storage, which doubles as a pillow when not in use
  • Extra wide Moonstrap tree straps help avoid damage to trees

the bad

  • You just get the hammock – you’ll need to buy any extras separately
  • Once you add a rain fly, bug net and other extras, suddenly it’s not so lightweight

Max load weight capacity

200kg

Weight

500g

Capacity

1

Price

$

Ticket to the Moon have been making hammocks for 25 years and it shows; they’ve drawn on their experience to deliver a colourful hammock range made from quality parachute nylon.

Aimed at backpackers looking to save on weight, the certified OEKO-TEX Standard 100 fabric is lightweight and breathable, plus it’s particularly comfortable against your skin. Although the fabric feels a little on the thin side, it’s strong and has just the right amount of elasticity. Nautical loop ropes and stainless steel hooks are included but there’s the possibility of upgrading to carabiners for extra security.

The hammock has an additional pouch that can be used as a storage pocket. Ticket to the Moon are so confident about the quality of their products that it even comes with a 10-year warranty.

Comfort

85

%

Travel friendly

90

%

Warmth

80

%

Eco score

90

%

No items found.

final score

86

%

Ticket to the Moon Single Camping Hammock

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Why we like it

Hammock tents blend the comfort of camping with the versatility and lightness of a hammock

The Good

  • The double floor is supported by a 3-point anchoring system to give the best night’s sleep
  • Built-in insect mesh can be rolled back when not in use
  • Tentsile commit to planting 20 trees for each tent hammock sold

the bad

  • Not the lightest option for backpackers
  • Pricey

Max load weight capacity

120kg

Weight

1.99kg

Capacity

1 person

Price

$$$

And now for something completely different. Is it a hammock? Is it a tent? It’s kind of both – it’s a hammock tent! Specifically designed for backpacking, solo hiking and bike packing adventures, the hammock tent gives a completely ‘flat lie’ for the best comfort, plus there are underfloor storage nets for your gear. The storage bag can easily be clipped to a bike and it’s lightweight enough for backpackers.

Hammock tents are a great option for those who find hammocks uncomfortable and restricting and the double tensioned floor will easily take an air mattress.

The 2500HH rain fly encloses the whole tent to keep you dry and gives you a storage area underneath, but in good weather it can be completely removed. And if there aren’t any trees, fear not – the Tentsile can also be used on the ground.

Comfort

95

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

95

%

No items found.

final score

89

%

Tentsile UNA 1 person Hammock Tent

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ETROL 3-in-1 Camping Hammock

Best for: car camping

Why we like it

we love the flexibility of this system which gives a range of sleeping options

The Good

  • Hoops at both ends give the structure more support
  • There’s a handy hook inside the mosquito net for hanging up a light

the bad

  • The material isn't as durable as other camping hammocks
  • Once in the hammock, the netting zippers can be hard to access and use

Max load weight capacity

230kg

Weight

1.2kg

Capacity

1

Price

$$

The 3-in-1 hammock gives you flexible set up options. It comes complete with a mosquito net, a hood to provide some shade from the sun, plus at a push it can also be used on the ground like a tent, but only if it’s bone dry. If you really wanted to use it as a tent you’d need to add a waterproof bottom sheet and a top rain fly. The ETROL hammock comes with everything you need to get it hanging quickly – foldable metal poles, steel carabiners, two straps with ten loops for adjusting.

Although it’s not as light as other camping hammocks with a lower weight limit, it’s still an option for backpacking and long-distance walking. The fabric’s large enough for you to spread out or sleep diagonally which is a good option for a flatter position. The mosquito net unzips if it’s not needed to give more room.

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

75

%

No items found.

final score

83

%

ETROL 3-in-1 Camping Hammock

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Naturefun Ultralight Camping Hammock

Best for: those on a budget

Why we like it

cheap yet really strong, it’s virtually indestructible and will last for years

The Good

  • Includes two iron carabiners and two tree-friendly polyester straps – leave no trace!
  • The loop straps make the hammock quick and easy to set up.

the bad

  • The straps are quite short so it can be difficult to find trees that are the desired width apart
  • There’s no rain fly included

Max load weight capacity

300kg

Weight

580g

Capacity

up to 3 but would be cramped

Price

$

The Naturefun is an inexpensive, lightweight yet sturdy hammock. Despite the low price, it’s one of the toughest set-ups out there. Constructed from military grade 210T parachute nylon it’s virtually indestructible – its breaking strength is over twice that of other hammocks and the extra wide straps supplied are heavy duty. This hammock will last you a lifetime.

Although it’s compact, it’s massive – three adults could easily fit in there. It supports up to 300kg which is the highest weight limit of any camping hammocks we’ve seen. The stuff sack is sewn into the hammock so it’s impossible to lose, plus it doubles as a handy pocket for a cup, keys or even a head torch for that wild wee in the middle of the night.

The hammock comes in a range of colour options so you can swing in style.

Comfort

85

%

Travel friendly

90

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

75

%

No items found.

final score

81

%

Naturefun Ultralight Camping Hammock

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ENO OneLink Shelter System

Best for: long-distance walkers

Why we like it

Sturdy yet comfortable, this is one of the best camping hammocks for an introduction to wild camping

The Good

  • Bug net gives 360-degree protection and the superfine SkyWeave mesh netting means even the smallest nasties can’t get through
  • The hammock and bug net have stuff sacks sewn in so it’s impossible to lose them

the bad

  • The excess fabric in the hammock may flap around if the wind gets up
  • If you’re a restless sleeper it can be difficult to keep a sleeping pad in place

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Weight

2kg

Capacity

2

Price

$$$

ENO have been producing quality hammocks for years, and their OneLink is a complete sleeping system contained in one stuff sack. It includes a DoubleNest hammock, Atlas suspension system, ProFly rain fly, Guardian bug net and DAC stakes. The hammock is made from hard wearing but comfortable quick-dry nylon, the Atlas straps are PolyFilament webbing and the included stakes are aluminium so it’s a seriously tough system that should last you years.

Each hammock strap has 15 adjustment points for your perfect set up and the rain tarp is made from waterproof ripstop nylon which’ll withstand even the worst storms.

This is an ideal set up for backpackers and outdoor adventures in the elements – lightweight and easy to hang, the spacious hammock lets even the tallest person stretch out.

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

95

%

No items found.

final score

88

%

ENO OneLink Shelter System

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Hennessey Expedition Classic Camping Hammock

Best for: remote backpacking trips

Why we like it

the ingenious design takes the stress out of getting into a hammock

The Good

  • Asymmetrical shape allows for a natural, comfortable flat lying position
  • Structural ridgeline guarantees the exact same sleeping experience each night

the bad

  • More complicated to set up
  • The Velcro entrance can be fiddly if you need to get in or out quickly

Max load weight capacity

114kg

Weight

1.2kg

Capacity

1

Price

$$$

Hennessey are known for making a quality backpacking hammock, and the Expedition Classic is a great piece of kit jam packed with features for more serious outdoor pursuits. How you get into the hammock is very different but a whole lot easier than the usual method of clambering in. There’s an entrance underneath which is fastened by Velcro. You stand up through the hole, sit on the inside of the hammock, lift your feet up, lie back and it seals itself behind you. Don’t worry about falling through your hammock once you’re in – the entrance is well away from your legs.

Detachable rain fly, mosquito netting, support ropes, ‘tree hugger’ webbing tree straps and a storage sack are all included.

An optional double layer bottom provides insulation against those chilly nights, and the sliding mesh gear loft on the ridgeline is great for stashing gear off the ground..

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

85

%

Warmth

85

%

Eco score

85

%

No items found.

final score

86

%

Hennessey Expedition Classic Camping Hammock

Check latest price

Why we like it

a well constructed camping hammock with great attention to detail… and oh so comfy

The Good

  • Dyneema reinforced racer slings for strength – they’re seriously strong
  • Gear loops along each side keeps your stuff off the ground and close to hand

the bad

  • Suspension system isn’t included
  • There are lighter camping hammocks out there

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Weight

567g

Capacity

2

Price

$$

The Kammok Roo hammock is a great option for those looking for a functional yet comfortable night’s sleep. The attention to detail and the quality components used are what make the Kammok Roo hammock stand out. The Gravitas diamond ripstop fabric is water-resistant, breathable and light. It’s suspended using Kammok’s patented Mini Kanga Claw climbing-rated carabiners which guarantee to keep things in place during the night.

Designed for a fast set-up, you can be in your hammock and supping your beer in less than a minute, and it packs away just as easily into the attached stuff sack. Compression straps are a nice touch – it’ll pack small enough to fit into your pocket.

A suspension system isn’t included so you’ll need to buy this separately and factor in the extra weight.

Comfort

90

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

90

%

No items found.

final score

84

%

Kammok Roo Single Camping Hammock

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Why we like it

We love the choice of funky colours

The Good

  • Breathable, quick drying nylon with heavy duty triple-stitched seams
  • Aluminium wiregate carabiners keep things lightweight

the bad

  • Suspension system isn’t included
  • Not as long as other camping hammocks which could be a problem for taller people

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Weight

539g

Capacity

2

Price

$$

It’s easy to see why the ENO DoubleNest is the camping hammock of choice for many; it’s comfy, roomy, easy to set up and durable. At a super generous 6 feet 3 inches in size, it’s seriously spacious for one to spread out or for two to share.

Rather than using a suspension system, Eno have a range of hanging options to choose from, from straps with loops to slings that can be adjusted without unclipping and even indoor hanging options. For a larger hammock, the weight’s reasonable although it’s not the lightest choice out there.

It's one of the best camping hammocks for summer trips or just chilling outdoors, although if you’re going on a serious adventure you’ll need to consider an upgrade to the OneLink Shelter System which includes suspension, a tarp and integrated bug net.

Comfort

85

%

Travel friendly

80

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

95

%

No items found.

final score

84

%

ENO DoubleNest Camping Hammock

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Why we like it

the handy arrow on the buckles makes them easy to orient when setting up

The Good

  • Made from lightweight but durable 70D ripstop nylon
  • Optional spreader bar for flatter sleeping

the bad

  • All components are sold separately which makes the full system pricey
  • Can only use the branded suspension system

Max load weight capacity

181kg

Weight

539g (hammock and suspension system)

Capacity

2

Price

$

The perfect camping hammock for chilling in the sun or a night out under the stars, the Sea to Summit Pro is light and compact, keeping weight low without compromising on comfort. The suspension straps feature an innovative new 3-dimensional quick connect buckle assembly which means it’s super-easy to set up and adjust.

You only get the hammock, so you’ll need to buy parts such as a bug net, tarp, tree protection buckles and suspension system separately, although you can pick and choose what you need for your adventure.

The ripstop nylon is lightweight and soft against the skin, but tough. This hammock is also huge – at ten feet long and just over six feet wide, even the tallest bods can stretch out in comfort plus there’s plenty of space for a buddy.

Comfort

80

%

Travel friendly

85

%

Warmth

75

%

Eco score

75

%

No items found.

final score

79

%

Sea to Summit Pro Double Camping Hammock

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