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The Kammok Roo - The World’s Best Camping Hammock

Double Camping Hammocks - Made From Strong and Lightweight Parachute Weather Resistant Nylon- Hammocks Include Stretch Resistant Tree Straps - Perfect for Travel or Hiking- Blue Outside

$35.90


Budget Hammock Roll last up to 30 days

This hammock was a Father's Day gift for my husband and due to storms we couldn't set it out until July. In gusting 10 - 15 mph winds the hammock acted like a kite and flew over multiple times and almost broke a nearby tree. When it was in use and before the stand broke it was extremely comfortable sat under a large shade tree in the corner of our yard for about 3 months (off and on as I'd have to roll up the hammock every time there was gusting winds). We live in the midwest so we don't have long summers so by early October we brought it inside. After 3 months it was extremely faded. When I took it down for the fall it felt very unstable and I realized that one of the arms that holds one end of the hammock had a broken part inside that helps clamp it to the base that sits on the ground. This is unsettling. My husband loves to sit in the hammock at night with our 4-year-old and look at the stars. He loves this product. I despise it. It's unsafe and not worth the extra money I spent to buy a "quality" product. I could have spent half the money for the same quality at a local discount store.

I would not buy this product again. At least they offer a 6 month wear and tear return policy. Unfortunately I didn't realize it until too late. I should have gotten my money back. The hammock stand is now at the scrap metal yard.

further living up to its “safe haven” claim, the Nubé Hammock Shelter offers a generous coverage of 13 feet by 8.5 feet and is made of ripstop nylon with two coats of silicone on each side for durability and water repellence. openings, known as closure sleeves, on either side of the shelter are tightly sealed around the hammock’s suspension lines to prevent water or insects from slipping in. when you are done with your sleeping, just roll up your hammock and clip it up, and you get yourself a large sheltered picnic area. the Nubé Hammock Shelter by Sierra Madre Research is currently doing its crowdfunding thing on Kickstarter – all you need is to secure yourself one. expected delivery would be January 2014.

It designed to protect your A/C unit

  • Tear down the hammock as normal: roll up the hammock into the snakeskins, untie from the trees and place in my pack.  I have been pleased that the UnderCover and OverCover will all fit nicely into the #4 snakeskins along with the hammock and tarp.  I haven't had any difficulty getting all the gear into the snakeskins with the additional bulk from the SuperShelter.
  • This hammock is SO easy to set up.

    This hammock was a Father's Day gift for my husband and due to storms we couldn't set it out until July. In gusting 10 - 15 mph winds the hammock acted like a kite and flew over multiple times and almost broke a nearby tree. When it was in use and before the stand broke it was extremely comfortable sat under a large shade tree in the corner of our yard for about 3 months (off and on as I'd have to roll up the hammock every time there was gusting winds). We live in the midwest so we don't have long summers so by early October we brought it inside. After 3 months it was extremely faded. When I took it down for the fall it felt very unstable and I realized that one of the arms that holds one end of the hammock had a broken part inside that helps clamp it to the base that sits on the ground. This is unsettling. My husband loves to sit in the hammock at night with our 4-year-old and look at the stars. He loves this product. I despise it. It's unsafe and not worth the extra money I spent to buy a "quality" product. I could have spent half the money for the same quality at a local discount store.

    I would not buy this product again. At least they offer a 6 month wear and tear return policy. Unfortunately I didn't realize it until too late. I should have gotten my money back. The hammock stand is now at the scrap metal yard.

    SnakeSkins are silnylon sleeves, weighing a mere 1 oz per pair, that let you roll up your hammock, tarp and all, and store them in a pre-configured, set up state. They’re really an incredible innovation. Now, when you get to camp in the pouring rain, all you have to do is set up your tree huggers, tie the end of your ridgeline too them (as shown above), and then slip the SnakeSkins towards the trees, unfurling the fully configured Hammock components (show below without the tarp).