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Snugpak Hammock Under Blanket with Travelsoft Filling, Olive

$59.00


This colorful hammock blanket is made from 80% acrylic and 20% cotton

They will support 120Kg in weight. Machine washable and pleasingly comfortable. 100% cotton South American handwoven blanket hammock; complete with matching storage bag.

They will support 120Kg in weight. Machine washable and pleasingly comfortable. 100% cotton South American handwoven blanket hammock; complete with matching storage bag.

Hammock Under Blanket - Snugpak

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    The PeaPod and Top Blanket have ripstop 1.1 oz/yd2 nylon shells with DWR treatment. Additionally, the PeaPod can be closed along its entire length with Velcro and both ends can be closed snuggly with drawcord and cord lock. The shell material is highly wind resistant and water resistant. I never felt a draft inside the PeaPod even in winds gusting to 25 mph. Water left in a puddle on the shell did not wet out the fabric or soak into it after an hour. After a very still, 20 °F night in the PeaPod, frost covered the shell, but the loft was unaffected. I stuffed the frost covered PeaPod, Top Blanket and hammock into my pack while I went day hiking and later drove home. I was surprised to find the PeaPod limp but still retaining about half its loft when I removed it from the pack a day and a half later – I’d expected it to lose all its loft. Speer Hammocks believes in the use of substantial tarps with their hammocks. The 8′ by 10′ tarp provided with the Speer hammocks does a good job of protecting the down of the PeaPod from rain.

    The PeaPod and Top Blanket have ripstop 1.1 oz/yd2 nylon shells with DWR treatment. Additionally, the PeaPod can be closed along its entire length with Velcro and both ends can be closed snuggly with drawcord and cord lock. The shell material is highly wind resistant and water resistant. I never felt a draft inside the PeaPod even in winds gusting to 25 mph. Water left in a puddle on the shell did not wet out the fabric or soak into it after an hour. After a very still, 20 °F night in the PeaPod, frost covered the shell, but the loft was unaffected. I stuffed the frost covered PeaPod, Top Blanket and hammock into my pack while I went day hiking and later drove home. I was surprised to find the PeaPod limp but still retaining about half its loft when I removed it from the pack a day and a half later – I’d expected it to lose all its loft. Speer Hammocks believes in the use of substantial tarps with their hammocks. The 8′ by 10′ tarp provided with the Speer hammocks does a good job of protecting the down of the PeaPod from rain.