The space in this hammock is amazing. Whether you are just chilling out or in the backcountry, this hammock rocks! As a member of another website, I sometimes get the opportunity to try out products in exchange for a review, and I was recently able to try out the double hammock. I have other Grand Trunk products, Skeeter Beater Pro and Single Hammock, and have loved them both. I was excited to see just how much more space the double had to offer. I've had others tell me that even if you plan on… Full review
Versatile hammock that withstands winds, but isn't too warm. Love these hammocks! It took a few times of hanging them to identify the perfect preferred pitch per user, but once we got that down (I like more of a level hang while the tall boy hubby at 6' 4" prefers to have one side slightly higher). The pouch it folds into is perfect for storage while in use and these dry so quickly that they're great for cooling off....just a quick spritz and lie in it. Sure you may be damp, but will quickly cool… Full review
Wide enough to wrap around you and just the right length for great comfort. Our small, local outfitter carries Grand Trunk as well as ENO hammocks. Both are comparable in price, quality, and choice of colors. Where Grand Trunk excels is the perfect balance of size vs. weight for a parachute cloth hammock. The GT Double is wide enough for a low angle diagonal lay and not have to struggle with keeping your bag, pillow, gear, whatever, from falling over the edge. The GT Single is likewise comfortable,… Full review
Only had it a few months, been canoe camping with it. It doesn't take up too much space. It does keep the bugs away. Easy to set up, took a little while to get use to sleeping in a hammock. Quick to set up while taking a break—us old timers need our daily nap. Learning more every time I use it. I believe this is a very good deal. Full review
Loved this hammock and used it despite being almost 6' 2", until it ripped... Wish it were a bit more durable as I loved the stuff size After having the hammock for 2 1/2 years of minimal use (2 or 3 nights in back yard) + 6 nights with my son in it for backpacking (he's 8 and weighs less than 50 lbs) the hammock fabric ripped on me while I was sitting in it. With the questionable strength I'd go with a parachute nylon vs. this ripstop nylon for durability. Also the cheap $20 parachute hammocks… Full review
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