Portable Ultralight Outdoor Hammock Great for Camping

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  • Regular price $ 20.20 USD


ULTRALIGHT STARTER OUTDOOR HAMMOCK - Choose your color | Lightweight Hammock | Perfect for backpackers and travels who pack light.

 

Age Group: Adults
Style: Leisure
Size: Two-person
Open size: 275cm x 140cm
Folding size: 20cm x 12cm x 10cm
Material features: Light, thin, soft, clean and breathable
Purpose: Outdoor recreation, camping, barbecue, picnic, indoor recreation
Suitable for: Outside and inside

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
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V.G.

I like it!

B
B.R.

Пакет ждали долговато 40 дней. Гамак очень удобный из парусины, с боку кармашек пришит, защелкивается на карабины. Рекомендую. Ставлю 5.

K
K.
This is an amazing low-cost hammock.

This is an awesome compact hammock! It's MUCH smaller than my double hammock, is very easy to travel with, and has a super low price point. I've seen several postings where the hammock has ripped, but for less than $20 who cares. I think some of these failures might due to the included hardware (nylon rope and steel hooks) though, which have a lot of sharp edges. I replaced the hardware with some GM climbing carabiners and it works awesome. I also purchased the ENO Helios Sling which works amazing. There's enough spare space in the built-in Grand Trunk pouch that I can pack the sling in with the hammock no problem.

The best of part of it all is how how compact it is and even when packed it can still be molded to fit around in my backpack. In a lot of posts, I've only see people taking pictures from top down of the packed size and it really doesn't tell the full picture. The side view shows the size much better. Also, while the Grand Trunk (even with with the sling packed too) can be squeezed to conform to different shapes, my 11' Double from WildHorn Outfitters is completely dense and doesn't squish any smaller at all.

If I were going on a camping trip I would definitely take the larger WildHorn because it's super comfortable. However, if I'm just going for an afternoon in the park, the Grand Trunk is perfect.

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S.
The best hammock for the price.

For the price, there is no better hammock.

You may find others a few dollars cheaper, but they're generally from pretty unknown companies. Grand Trunk is as reputable of a company as any in the hammock industry. You don't have to worry about getting a cheap knockoff product, this is a hammock designed to be used for years.

The material is very sturdy, and somewhat less elastic than a typical parachute material hammock. Because of this, I'd say it's somewhat less comfortable, but without using a parachute hammock back to back with this one (like I did) you would not notice it. A parachute material hammock is also nearly twice as expensive for a name brand one. Like all backpacking hammocks, this material is very breathable, it's also soft to the touch.

There is no included tree straps. The hammock comes with rope at the ends to attach to your own straps. There are small "s" hooks included. I reccomend buying some cheap weight bearing spring clips at a hardware store for an upgrade. The included "s" clips however seem sturdy, and are extemely lightweight. I hung my own hammock using ENO Atlas straps, which this hammock worked well with.

Which brings me to one of the biggest pluses of this hammock, the size and weight. It's nearly half the size packed as my other double parachute hammock. If you're looking to save space and weight, the only hammock you'll find better is the Grand Trunk Nano... which also happens to be more then 3 times as expensive,

L
L.H.

excellent


Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
83%
(10)
17%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
V
V.G.

I like it!

B
B.R.

Пакет ждали долговато 40 дней. Гамак очень удобный из парусины, с боку кармашек пришит, защелкивается на карабины. Рекомендую. Ставлю 5.

K
K.
This is an amazing low-cost hammock.

This is an awesome compact hammock! It's MUCH smaller than my double hammock, is very easy to travel with, and has a super low price point. I've seen several postings where the hammock has ripped, but for less than $20 who cares. I think some of these failures might due to the included hardware (nylon rope and steel hooks) though, which have a lot of sharp edges. I replaced the hardware with some GM climbing carabiners and it works awesome. I also purchased the ENO Helios Sling which works amazing. There's enough spare space in the built-in Grand Trunk pouch that I can pack the sling in with the hammock no problem.

The best of part of it all is how how compact it is and even when packed it can still be molded to fit around in my backpack. In a lot of posts, I've only see people taking pictures from top down of the packed size and it really doesn't tell the full picture. The side view shows the size much better. Also, while the Grand Trunk (even with with the sling packed too) can be squeezed to conform to different shapes, my 11' Double from WildHorn Outfitters is completely dense and doesn't squish any smaller at all.

If I were going on a camping trip I would definitely take the larger WildHorn because it's super comfortable. However, if I'm just going for an afternoon in the park, the Grand Trunk is perfect.

S
S.
The best hammock for the price.

For the price, there is no better hammock.

You may find others a few dollars cheaper, but they're generally from pretty unknown companies. Grand Trunk is as reputable of a company as any in the hammock industry. You don't have to worry about getting a cheap knockoff product, this is a hammock designed to be used for years.

The material is very sturdy, and somewhat less elastic than a typical parachute material hammock. Because of this, I'd say it's somewhat less comfortable, but without using a parachute hammock back to back with this one (like I did) you would not notice it. A parachute material hammock is also nearly twice as expensive for a name brand one. Like all backpacking hammocks, this material is very breathable, it's also soft to the touch.

There is no included tree straps. The hammock comes with rope at the ends to attach to your own straps. There are small "s" hooks included. I reccomend buying some cheap weight bearing spring clips at a hardware store for an upgrade. The included "s" clips however seem sturdy, and are extemely lightweight. I hung my own hammock using ENO Atlas straps, which this hammock worked well with.

Which brings me to one of the biggest pluses of this hammock, the size and weight. It's nearly half the size packed as my other double parachute hammock. If you're looking to save space and weight, the only hammock you'll find better is the Grand Trunk Nano... which also happens to be more then 3 times as expensive,

L
L.H.

excellent