Hammock Bliss Triple Hammock

Priced: $61.56 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Hammock Bliss Triple Hammock
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The massive and massively portable Hammock Bliss Triple Hammock comfortably fits the whole family and weighs just 26 ounces. Constructed of high strength, soft, breathable, and quick drying nylon parachute silk, this hammock won’t collect mildew or rot out when left in the elements. The attached stuff sack doubles as a handy gear bag, and Hammock Bliss included 100 inches of 6 millimeter climbing rope on each end for easy setup no matter where you are.
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this hammock is awesome. it's become pretty much a permanent road-trip partner for me. i took this all up and down the coast of california and used it everywhere i stopped. whether curled up with a good book or something cuter and less educational, this hammock does the trick. i was a bit worried that it might be even too wide. the first time i set it up (which was a snap) all my fears on that matter were immediately put to rest. it feels great to sink down into the hammock and curl the sides up around you. all in all. can't say enough good things about this hammock. buy one.

Casey Glaubman at Backcountry.com on 07/31/2011

I had to use my compass to find my way out of this thing. Next time I'm going to take some refreshments and food and stay awhile. I did convince my wife to give this hammock a test of its relationship enhancing qualities,(just for the purpose of a scientifically thorough review), and am happy to report that after some adjustment and a bit of a learning curve, everything went great until I asked her if I could stick a goat on "it" and take a picture. Even after that the hammock is still in one piece so ya'll know its tough. Ken

Ken T at Backcountry.com on 04/15/2013