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Hammock Accessories

The best hammock accessories, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on July 7, 2021. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.

Recent Hammock Accessory Reviews

rated 5 of 5 stars
Eagles Nest Outfitters Helios Ultralight Suspension System

The second lightest hammock suspension straps in my book, the first being Hummingbird’s Straps, 50g lighter than the Helios’. ENO offers a great alternative to anyone looking into cutting weight and space without spending too much. Hammock straps are supposed to be simple accessories. But since they support our weight while we’re resting or sleeping, there’s an important safety component involved here. Not long ago we had to resort mostly to adaptations made from p-cord with knots and webbing… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Hummingbird Hammocks Tree Straps+

These are the ultimate hammock tree straps for lightweight backpacking. Small, easy to use, ultralight, and reasonably priced. Hummingbird even sells replacement parts and extensions. Better used with Hummingbird's excellent hammocks, but work with any type, though most will require a carabiner. These are the lightest and most compact tree straps ever. As seen in the photo bellow, it’s more than 10oz (300g +) over my Hamaca Portable Style, which is the heaviest one I’ve used, I admit, but still… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Sea to Summit Hammock Tarp

Great tarp. Excellent weight, coverage, and ease of use. Best tarp I have found on the market considering weight and coverage. I’ve had this tarp for three years now and it has held up great. It comes with its own lines and has line tensioners on all lines. This makes it much easier to use with simple knots. It takes three stakes to set up. It can work as a ground tarp in a pinch using two trekking poles, though not ideal without trees. The tarp provides plenty of coverage and I’ve gone through… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Therm-a-Rest Slacker Suspenders Hanging Kit

A quick and easy cinch-buckle hammock suspension system that provides a robust suspension with excellent adjustment capability. While not the lightest suspension out there nor the most complete (you'll still need carabiners or clips), the Slacker Suspenders are a quality option for someone seeking speedy, safe, and convenient suspension system when hanging a hammock, especially for those new to hammocking. What They Are The catchily named Therm-a-Rest Slacker Suspenders are hammock tree straps that… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Dutchware Hookworm

Less than a gram, but these tiny titanium hooks make a huge impact. Super fast setup, adjustment, and take down are the norm with these on your shelter tie outs. Dutchware at its simplest. These tiny hooks are threaded onto a line that is permanently attached to your stake. A knot at the end of the line prevents them from falling off. Just a tiny titanium hook with a hole in the center and a bit of a nib on the other end. A twisted loop of line tossed over the end of the nib gets drawn tight and… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Dutchware Continuous Ridgeline

As usual, Dutchware took something simple and made it even simpler. 35' of ridgeline with a Dutch Hook on one end plus a Dutch Tarp Wasp that goes wherever you put it on the line and stays there. Fast, knotless setup and take down for the tarp user on the go. Components: 35' of 1.75mm dyneema provides the line in this ridgeline. You can order it with or without reflective threads woven in. This is a strong, yet light line that doesn't stretch much at all under stress.On one end a Dutch Hook has… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Straps

These straps are great for all types of camping. They allow you to raise and lower your hammock for excellent comfort. I would definitely recommend them. These are the ultimate hammock straps. They allow you to easily fine tune the position of your hammock. They have a decent length that is good for most trees. I bought them after three years of using ENO's SlapStraps. One thing that is great is that after a night using slap straps the straps will extend and often leave you touching the ground. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Sea to Summit Hammock Bug Net

An awesome product. Versatile, easy to put on, and allows for great visibility. Well designed and well executed. Definitely a product worth checking out if you're a hammock user looking for a stand-alone bug net. This review is a part of a review of the entire Sea to Summit Ultralight Hammock System. Please refer to my Sea to Summit Ultralight Hammock review to see the full review of the Ultralight Hammock and its components. Most of the information below is separated out here again for visibility… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Sea to Summit Hammock Tarp

A great tarp, though a little on the minimalist side. Looking to go lighter? The Sea to Summit Hammock Tarp may be the tarp for you. This review is a part of a review of the entire Sea to Summit Ultralight Hammock System. Please refer to my Sea to Summit Ultralight Hammock review to see the full review of the Ultralight Hammock and its components. Most of the information below is separated out here again for visibility purposes. Hammock Tarp: The Hammock Tarp is made of Ultra-Sil Nano 15D Nylon… Full review