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Sea to Summit

Pro Hammock Single

From $99.90

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm
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The new Pro Hammock will make you re-consider the humble hammock thanks to its clever technical features and design. Not only is this hammock easy to set up and pack away – it’s also not going to weigh you down when you’re travelling or on the trail.

The fabric used is silicon coated, high tenacity fabric that’s going to be strong enough to last through all of your outdoor expeditions. The Pro is a little bit wider, is made from a denser fabric – so it’s one of the most compact and lightweight models available on the market. 

Perfect to use on your next travel adventure, or even in the backyard when you want to chill out away from the daily grind. For your next outdoor (or backyard) expedition, the Pro Hammock from Sea to Summit is the lightweight, high-performance hammock that will cater to all your relaxation needs.

  • Lightweight and compact
  • High strength plated steel buckles
  • Comes with a high strength nylon compression bag
  • Highly breathable fabric wicks moisture away
  • High strength buckle works with Sea to Summit Suspension Straps 
Snowys Code:
136937
Supplier Code:
AHAMSLI
Rated Capacity:
180 Kg
External Dimensions:
300L x 150W cm
Packed Dimensions:
17L x 10W x 10H cm
Packed Dimensions:
19L x 10W x 10H cm
Material:
Ripstop Nylon
Weight:
0.36 Kg
Warranty:
Limited Lifetime
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Oct 21 2017

Small and Easy to use

Doesn't take up much room in my pack at all. I take a roll mat and tarp with me to cover the hammock and to use just in case there are no trees. (Although if you use the suspension straps you'd be hard pressed to find somewhere you can't hang it).
It's comfortable to sleep in when you stretch it out as far as it can go.
I would recommend sleeping with a mat in the hammock, it gets pretty chilly without one. It also wraps around your body so you're almost covered when using, I like this but some people might find it claustrophobic.

- Adelaide

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