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Texsport Wilderness Hammock with Mosquito Netting

3.4 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews
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  • Roof: 100% Nylon, Bed: 100% Cotton canvas, Mesh walls: 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Hammock is ideal for hunters and campers whose travels take them to mosquito country
  • Fully-enclosed, no-see-um cotton mesh shelter built around hammock, keeping you protected from pests
  • Rugged cotton canvas sleep area measures 28 x 18 x 82-Inch (width x height x depth)
  • Top portion constructed of fire retardant nylon and steel rings at both ends, 250-Pound weight limit
  • Sturdy zipper closure and strong reinforcements at all stress points, nylon carrying, storage sack
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Great new hammock/Tent for any situation you need protection from bugs and mosquitoes.

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Texsport offers a wide array of outdoor products, but the company is particularly well-known for its hammocks. Its first model, the Padre Island, was released nearly 25 years ago, and Texsport continues to produce durable, comfortable options for lovers of outdoor relaxation.

The Wilderness Hammock is ideal for hunters and campers whose travels take them to mosquito country. A fully-enclosed, "no-see-um" cotton mesh shelter is built around the hammock, keeping you protected from pests. The rugged cotton canvas sleep area measures 28-by-18-by-82 inches (W x H x D) and, with a 250-pound weight limit, there's plenty of room for drowsy outdoor enthusiasts of all sizes to stretch out.

The top portion is constructed of fire retardant nylon, making it safe to use near your campfire, and its heavy polyurethane coating is nice when the weather turns wet. Steel rings at both ends secure the entire setup via heavy-duty parachute cord. A sturdy zipper closure and strong reinforcements at all stress points ensure years of sturdy service, and the hammock comes complete with a convenient nylon carrying and storage sack.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 82 x 18 x 28 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001ASEJSU
  • Item model number: 14242
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
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While they don't give you much of anything to help setup its a decent hammock. I've used this hammock on 50 or more campouts. First off I used a piece of plastic pipe with Stainless steel pipe clamps to keep the hammock at full width. Also I grabbed ratchet straps or tie down straps to make it easier to hook up to trees. use the rope for tieing up friends.... The tent section: I used 2 long bungee cords to hold the "tent" section up. I also put used a pipe on each end to hold the tent at full width. Doing these things makes life a lot easier and its easy to setup and take down. The plactic pipe used does make it more bulky to pack. But it does well in thunderstorms. Make sure you water proof the top where its sewed to the misquito netting. Water will wick from the top all the way to the bottom if not properly sealed.

The pros, It is easy to catch a breeze with this hammock and its great at keeping the bugs off. I put my gear right below the hammock which is good enough to keep the weather off of it. If you set this up right, it sleeps like a Caddilac. The misquito netting is strong enough to hold you if you roll over in the middle of the night.....

Cons, you will need to do some pre use setup. I also replaced the steel rings with heavy duty Carribeaners which allows it to hold more weight.
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Pros:
-Not much
-It's cheap and has a mosquito net attached.
-Zippers, seams and stress points are relativley sturdy (though I've only used it twice so far)
-Less bulky than carrying a sleeping pad and tent

Cons:
-There are no directions on how to set this hammock up. Normally it would seem like a no brainer as most hammocks come out of the box with the suspension ropes intertwined/braided into the actual hammock but this hammock doesn't. You get the hammock (the canvas,net,nylon) and seperatley the rope and metal rings.
-You need an additional 30 feet of rope to suspend the mosquito net and nylon roofing
-No way is this rain worthy as is, you need to get an additional tarp plus ANOTHER 20+ feet of rope
-Heavy, especially with all the additonal rope and tarping.
-Pretty narrow on the inside, especially with the net zipped up and inside a sleeping bag
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i bought this tent at an army surplus store for a big game hunt. have yet to use it for that but ive spent numerous nights in it outside. i'll admitt its a little tricky to use right out of the package but once aquainted with set up its bliss to sleep in. keeps rain, bugs, and uneven cold ground out of the equation. you'll need extra rope for the main supports, string for the canopy support, and youll have to store all but the smaller gear underneath the hammok. also a pillow, not for your neck but for under your knees, the curve of the hammok stresses them a little. hope this helps.
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As long as your under 6 foot and 250 pounds, this Mosquito Hammock is fine when used with a rainfly over the top.
Yes, it takes a few hangs before you get it right. Remember to tie it up high but straight across.
Use the roof only to block sun. A rainfly is needed as with all the topend hammocks out there. it's a must have.
You have a canvas bottom, which means less chance of a mosquito bite from below. as compared to a nylon Hammock, a bit heavier but still packable.
Not very wide, but for the normal size person you can lay flat or on your side with no problems.
A pad and a sleeping bag makes this a winner. works pretty good on the ground as well with cot or bottom cloth.
It does everything the big boy hammocks do at a MUCH cheaper price.
ofcourse you can't brag you spent $300.00 on your hammock..but do you really want to? :)

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OPENED IT UP. LAID IT OUT FOR INSPECTION. SEEN BAD STITCHING/ HOLES IN THE CORNERS WHERE ROOF AND SKEETER NET IS CONNECTED. MADE FOR A WOMAN OR REAL SKINNY GUY. I HAVE BROAD SHOULDERS
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Alright alright, kidding aside, this hammock is -alright-. I'm 6', 250 lbs, and had plenty of horizontal length. My issue was the width. Thus, the title of the review. I have wide shoulders, and my arms would rub against the sides, rendering the mosquito netting useless. They could perch on the outside and still get to me. It was better if I rolled onto my side, but-- that was very uncomfortable. Still, I used it for over a year in my back yard and on occasional hiking trips. Its build was decent. Just wish I didn't feel like I was in a coffin whenever I zipped it up. It was a good value till I could purchase a Hennessy.
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It's cheap, which is good. But it doesn't come ready to set up. By my count, you need at least 6 ropes to suspend the netting, plus some ropes or carabiners+hammock straps to hang the hammock. Embarrasingly, I flipped this hammock. I've been hammocking for 4 years and have never fallen out of a hammock. My friends had to help me. My boyfriend uses this one and he doesn't mind it. We got this instead of a separate bugnet for our other hammock, but in hindsight, I probably would've chosen the bugnet to suspend with a normal camping style hammock. It certainly would be safer.
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By Treasa. C. on August 16, 2013
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Got this for backpacking. a little heavy for pack. my husband packs it in his pack due to weight of it. it does a good job in keeping out rain & bugs. just be careful at bedtime not to move much. or you will flip over. so we staked each corner down with tent stakes. seemed to fix problem. yes I would recommend it anyone
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