Ultralighters will be super keen on the Ultralight Hammock — the world’s lightest hammock at 4.9 ounces. It’s made from a specially designed Nylon 66 monofilament fabric that is ultralight in weight but strong enough to hold up to 300 pounds. The fabric is highly-breathable and wicks away moisture.
The AntiGravityGear Hammock is positioning itself as a lightweight kit—a hammock that is designed as a single unit, with a bug net, tarp, and suspension all working together. There are not many hammock kits on the market, but Hennessy is one of the most well-known. The Hennessy Hyperlite model is the lightest in their line and weighs a mere 36 oz (1,023 g), and that’s not even an apples-to-apples comparison, as the Hyperlite doesn’t include stakes and uses a smaller tarp. There are many ways to scrap together an ultralight hammock system, but the Quicksilver certainly delivers a compelling option for folks looking for an all-in-one lightweight camping hammock.
Introducing the world’s lightest hammock. Our Ultralight Hammock features a specially designed Nylon 66 monofilament fabric. Its whisper-light appearance is matched on the scales, coming in at a tiny 5.4 oz. Yet this fabric is more than strong enough to take the load of a sleeping camper, rated at 300 lbs. Being a monofilament fabric, it is also highly compressible making for a miniscule packed size. The buckle on the Ultralight is made from high strength, lightweight aluminum 6061 to shave extra grams. The webbing loop is triple bar-tacked to the hammock to ensure long term durability. The built-in compression sack is designed with extra space so suspension straps can be stored inside.
I was curious how the AntiGravityGear suspension system stacked up to other ultralight hammock suspension, so . For its overall length, the Muletape system is extremely light. By normalizing the weight, the Muletape suspension is a real contender.