Rallt Camping Hammock - Durable Ripstop, Lightweight Portable Parachute Nylon - Gear for Hiking, Backpacking, and Survival - Double or Single
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- YOU WILL NOT FALL. The diamond ripstop nylon body safely holds at least 400 pounds with triple interlocking stitching.
- HANGING GEAR INCLUDED. You don't need to buy anything else. It comes with 20 feet of non-stretch nautical-grade rope and aluminum wire gate carabiners.
- NO-NICK CARABINERS. The aluminum carabiners are lightweight and strong. Their wire gates won't snag and tear your hammock like traditional steel carabiners do.
- GEAR FITS INTO ONE STUFF SACK. Hanging gear and hammock all fit in a built-in compression sack, making it a great choice for camping, backpacking, hiking, travel, or even as an everyday carry.
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In 2011, I set out on a backpacking trip with five of my friends starting from Ojai, California. We all left our tents behind and took hammocks instead. It was my first time hammock camping. It was also my last time tent camping.
When I set out to make my own hammock in 2015, I knew what I liked and what I didn’t like. As a backpacker, weight and size are important to me, which is why our hammocks weigh less than a pound are pack down to the size of a small grapefruit.
Equally important was comfort, since I do a lot of overnighters. Our crinkle treatment makes our fabric super-soft to the touch. At 10 feet long, we’re a foot longer than most hammocks which makes it feel so much more roomy. It’s like flying first class instead of coach.
With careful design and component choices, we ended up with a hammock that’s unbelievably comfortable, yet small and light enough to take anywhere.
Most Comfortable Hammock Tested
The generous 10 feet of length and plush nylon fabric with crinkle treatment make this the most comfortable hammock tested by Wirecutter (a New York Times company) in 2017.
Small Enough to Take Anywhere
Weighs in at under a pound (before suspension kit), thanks to all-aluminum carabiners. Using the attached stuff sack and compression strap, it packs down to the size of a small grapefruit, making it ideal for backpacking or just taking with you anywhere you go.
Up to 500 Pounds
Premium features like our tear-resistant 70D diamond ripstop nylon, triple-stitched seams, nautical-grade rope, and 10-kN-rated carabiners make this hammock stronger than most on the market.
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Cons: Not very big (See Update about double size).
Great for bringing along to relax in the campsite. I did try sleeping in it with a tarp strung over. It could work as a budget camping hammock, but there isn't a bug net. The best use would be relaxing in the campsite until you retire to your sleeping bag or camper. I also love to use it in the backyard. I have a hammock arbor and this combined with the Rallt straps make it really easy to adjust so I can put it low for my 4 year old.
Last year I bought the single because at the time, there was no double option. This year I saw that there was a double option, so I ordered it. Now I can made a comparison between the sizes and after some exhaustive (or exhausted depending on the kids' temperaments) testing this Memorial Day weekend, I can say with confidence that you should get the double. The extra space gives you more room to optimize your comfort. You should also get the hanging straps as it makes hanging it up that much easier.
One nice thing is that now they're including extra ropes to hang the hammock with. It's nice that they put them in there, but it's still a lot nicer to have the straps.
This combined with the straps is a great value. Now I need to add a third post so we can have more than one up at a time.
The built in stuff sack is great that it's swen into the side of the hammock itself so you don't loose it. Also, while laying in the hammock I used the swen-on stuff sack to hold my beverages and a snack; super handy.
I'm 6'7" 300lbs and this hammock fit me by myself easily and my two young kids with me. With just myself there was plenty material to completely "cocoon" myself and be completely covered. I flipped the swen-on stuff sack over one side while laying in and that pretty much keeps it closed.
All the hardware included looks to be of high quality and the overall hammock material and construction is very good. I suspect this will last years of camping and hiking abuse. For the cost you really can't go wrong.
The product itself is very nice, the ripstop nylon was soft to the touch and very durable. The ropes are nautical grade and showed no signs of stress although I switched them out for tree straps. I didn't want all my weight to be concentrated on a thinner rope causing damage to the trees so now I have a set of extra cordage for whatever I need when I'm out on a trail. The whole thing packs into it's carry pouch and is about the size of 3 sandwiches.
Mike from Rallt reached out to me and rectified the problem and because of his quick response and willingness to help I bought another one for my wife. Thanks Mike!