Grand Trunk's “Trunk Straps” are a well-made, convenient suspension system for front country hammock hanging. It eliminates the need to know hammock knots or the need to buy other suspension systems that come with a learning curve. The straps are best for hammocks relying on carabiners for hanging. I definitely feel the pros outweigh the cons for car camping applications. First, a word on tree straps: My first hammock came with two lengths of 6mm prusik cord to hang the hammock with. I didn't… Full review
A great deal on a decent lightweight hammock. After enjoying a post-hike hang in a buddy's hammock my last time out, I'd been thinking of getting a lightweight hammock. I ran across the Grand Trunk Ultralight at Cabela's for $19.99 and couldn't resist. Unlike the reviews below, mine came with a suspension. The hammock itself is polyester, 114" long, 54" wide, and weighs in at 12.2 oz. including the two S-hooks which weigh 1 oz each. The integrated stuff sack serves as a pocket while hung. Full review
A luxury item that is well worth the weight. After a night sleeping on a hard shelter floor I looked for alternatives and hammocks seemed like a good idea. Those really nice high end backpacking hammock systems with netting and flies were what I wanted, but I couldn't justify the cost. I bought the Grand Trunk lightweight hammock, but it was just a bit small so I upgraded to this hammock. I only use it during warm weather but I've slept very comfortably under the stars on dry nights and hanging… Full review
A basic hammock. Not great, but not bad either. The material seems somewhat plastic-ish, sort of like the material that cheap tents are made of, but maybe slightly better. I felt like I was going to fall through it the first time that I sat in it (and most times since), but I've slept in it a few nights so far, and it's worked flawlessly. I have a larger parachute-type hammock that feels much more stable, durable, is much larger, and is significantly more comfortable in my opinion, but it's also… Full review
Grand Trunk's Nano-7 is an ultralight hammock that is well-made. However, this user found the dimensions too small to be of any value to me. I would recommend this hammock for those who are several inches smaller than I am or those who don't mind a “banana hang” in their hammock. Note: While I did purchase this product new, I bought it with the CampSaver Gift Card I won from Trailspace in June 2014. Thank you, Trailspace! Now to the review... About the Reviewer I'm 6'2” tall. At the time of… Full review
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