Moreover, with an outdoor hammock the camp-able terrain and topography vastly increase – so long as you are not camping in a flat field or sand desert environment (in which case the hammock can be converted into a ground bivy tent). This means campers can effectively deploy this shelter on steep slopes, over rocky ground, small streams, buttress root jungle floors and many more areas where tents just do not practically work.
Further advantages include less pole and tent peg weight, and no camping mattress. This all adds up to a lighter load whilst moving through the wild and far less risk to you, your gear and the vital shelter keeping you alive. In cold climates ground insulation can become an issue, and this can be solved by collecting natural ground debris (leaves, moss, bark, etc) and accumulating a pile under your hammock. When sunken in for a sleep this insulation will cocoon the hammock and become incredibly warm.
This particular model of parachute hammock is strong, lightweight and 100% insect proof. Any standard tarpaulin, rain fly or lightweight hoochie can be used to keep the rain out, and with this strategy, provides both superior ventilation and viewing from the shelter.
Hammock With Mosquito Net Specifications:
Tree hammock size: 290 x 140cm.
Packed size: 45 x 12cm.
Weight holding capacity: 220kg.
Product weight: 1.4kg.
Hammock material: 210T/ 70D Nylon material + B3 polyester mosquito netting.
Colour: Multiple colour variations to choose from.
Features: Built-in mosquito netting; collapsible aluminium poles; double zippers.
Package: Tree hammock x 1; ground-guy ropes x 2; ground pegs x 2; segmented hammock straps x 2; primary carabiners x 2; aluminium poles x 2; storage bag x 1.
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