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Supreme X ENO Hammock Is Out In The Wild, Did You Get It?

This is the Supreme x ENO DoubleNest Hammock that dropped two weeks ago. It was a collaborative product from streetwear label Supreme and hammock maker, ENO, AKA Eagles Nest Outfitters, as part of the label’s week-9 drop which also see the release of Swarovski Box Logos. Apparently, it can fit two people and, supporting up to 400 lbs. It comes in three colorways: red, black and camo. The latter is mostly the reason why this branded hammock was featured here. If you have been following us long enough, you will know camo is how we roll here. Continue reading Supreme X ENO Hammock Is Out In The Wild, Did You Get It?

Hammock Throne Is A Hammock Stand For Those Without A Backyard

You know who love hammock in his/her backyard? Homer Simpson. It is a cool thing to have at anyone’s backyard, but the thing is, not everyone has a backyard, or fancy exposing themselves to the harsh sun, or the assault of bugs. With this in mind, a fairly young hammock maker called Yellow Leaf Hammocks decided to create the Hammock Throne that essentially turns hammock into a furniture fit for the home while remaining totally outdoor-friendly (it’s weatherproof!). Continue reading Hammock Throne Is A Hammock Stand For Those Without A Backyard

Best Of Many Worlds: A Hammock That Needs No Trees And Is A Tent Too

Hammock is a brilliant way to lay back and chill out in the great wilderness, but what if you are out in the open like, say, a canyon, where trees are almost non-existence? Well that, my friends, calls for Tammock by LIT Outdoors. The ingenuity of Tammock lies in it being a freestanding hammock. In fact, it is a hammock/tent hybrid, which is best of many worlds and then some. Continue reading Best Of Many Worlds: A Hammock That Needs No Trees And Is A Tent Too

Ninox Flatlay Hammock: The Flattest Lay Ever In The Wild, Suspended

You know how is it with hammocks. No matter how you snuggle in it, you will still feel like you sleeping on your side because, you are basically wrapped tight like a banana. Just when we thought this is how sleeping in hammock is going to be, the folks over at Sierra Madre Research developed the flattest lay hammock ever, called Ninox. Ninox is the flatlay hammock that allows you to sleep however you choose to: on your back, side, on your stomach, or curl up like a baby, and in any direction. It is almost like a regular bed, suspended between trees. Continue reading Ninox Flatlay Hammock: The Flattest Lay Ever In The Wild, Suspended

Meet A New Kind Of Hammock That Folds Down To A Functional Backpack

Have you ever walk into a woods and suddenly felt like it was a good place to rest, but you are without a tent or hammock? OK. To be fair, under normal circumstances, you probably won’t have this sudden urge to camp, or even be in a woods so unprepared. But assuming that you do, then you will be glad that you have the Nomad Hammock on your back. Inspired by the art of origami, Nomad Hammock is actually a hammock cleverly conceived to be folded to become a backpack capable of swallowing more than a handful of everyday items. Continue reading Meet A New Kind Of Hammock That Folds Down To A Functional Backpack

HydroHammock is the Perfect Marriage Between a Hot Tub and a Hammock. Period.

Love hot tubs, but also love the great outdoor? Well, then HydroHammock is guaranteed to tickle your fancy. One look at the name and you know it is up to something really, really cool. Cool like fusing the concept of a hot tub with a hammock to create the first-of-the-kind hammock that can also serve as a hanging hot tub. If that doesn’t sound crazy cool (or hot, in this case), we don’t know what will. Unlike regular hammock which are usually of ripstop nylon, HydroHammock is crafted from high-tensile, marine quality, sealed material that’s capable of sealing in the water as you dangle between trees to the warm of the water. Continue reading HydroHammock is the Perfect Marriage Between a Hot Tub and a Hammock. Period.

Tree-O Frame Lets You Hook Up 3 Hammocks, Gives Hanging Out Together a Whole New Meaning

Chilling out at the lakeside or woods means getting together and so why should you let individual hammock separate the group? Sure. You can try finding trees that happens to be clustered close together to set up several hammocks as close as possible, but seriously, what are the odds that you will find the trees in your favor? Instead of relying on odds or hunting around for the perfectly located trees, Tree-O Frame by Treble Hammocks lets you group hang hammocks between trees in any configuration up to 30 feet (9 meters) apart. Continue reading Tree-O Frame Lets You Hook Up 3 Hammocks, Gives Hanging Out Together a Whole New Meaning

Bison Two-in-One Hammock/Sleeping Bag Now Has Triple Layer Insulation to Keep You Cosy Warm

One of the critical things when heading into the woods for camping is to ensure all essentials are packed and yet, not to overload yourself. Having said that, wouldn’t it be nice that you can have one less load to carry? While you are cracking your brain over what you need and don’t for your next adventure, husband and wife startup Clayborne Outdoor introduces a hammock/sleeping bag hybrid known as Bison Bag, which literally saves you one less thing to lug along, and now, they want you to eliminate one more thing from your backpack: the blanket. Meet the G2 Bison Bag. It functions like the original which means it is a two-anchor point hammock and sleeping back rolled into one, but now boasts a triple layer insulation built into it to seal the heat in. Continue reading Bison Two-in-One Hammock/Sleeping Bag Now Has Triple Layer Insulation to Keep You Cosy Warm

One Less Thing To Carry: A Backpack With An Integrated Hammock

hammock is an ideal makeshift resting place for chilling out in your backyard or when hiking in the woods, and while you shouldn’t have an issue using it in the backyard, it is an additional package to carry when you are hiking. the thing is, you might not even use this ‘additional package’ at all. with the HackedPack Hammock Backpack it solves this ‘additional package’ problem by integrating a triple-stitched nylon ‘parachute hammock’ into a backpack. since you do need a backpack when conquering the trails, so stuffing a 9.8 feet hammock into the very backpack you need seems like a “why i didn’t think of it” idea. the fact that the backpack stays with the hammock even when deployed, solves another in-the-wild issue of ‘where do i place my backpack and not having it turning into a makeshift habitat for the insects and small animals?’. Continue reading One Less Thing To Carry: A Backpack With An Integrated Hammock

Bison Bag Is A Hammock And Sleeping Bag Roll Into One

love camping out in the great outdoor? well, then you will appreciate one less load to carry, don’t you? if so, here’s an idea by a loving couple, Lance and Julia, that wants to roll a typical two-anchor point hammock and a sleeping bag into one, so you have one less thing to lug along the next time you head into the wilderness. called the Bison Bag, it basically gives you a regular hammock with an integrated sleeping bag, and boom, you got yourself covered and off-the-ground (literally) during those long cold nights without the need for additional blankets or whatsoever. billed as the world’s first sleeping bag hammock, the Bison Bag measures 180 by 75 cm (5 feet 10 inches by 29.5 inches) and is made of durable 170T polyester with PU coating and stuffed with 220 gsm polyester microfiber to give you the warm. it has a double head zipper and velcro strap to keep the zipper zipped, keeping you wrap up. Continue reading Bison Bag Is A Hammock And Sleeping Bag Roll Into One