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Hennessy Hammock SnakeSkins

rated 5.0 of 5 stars
photo: Hennessy Hammock SnakeSkins hammock accessory

A must-have accessory for hammock users, both recreationally or for campers! SnakeSkins store a hammock in a way that makes setup and breakdown a breeze while keeping them dry and clean!


  • Light weight 2.3 oz
  • Revolutionizes hammock storage


  • Cannot differantiate which side of the hammock is which

HH SnakeSkins are a hammock accessory that will become a necessary item after you see them in action once! They are simply a matched pair of tapered tubes that one pulls over the hammock, resembling a snake when ready for storage. 

'What are "SnakeSkins"?

SnakeSkins are an instant stuff sack system that collapse your Hennessy Hammock in about 30 seconds. Your shelter never touches the ground, never gets dirty or muddy. It just disappears into two tapering tubes of silnylon which sit gathered on the ropes at each end of the hammock for amazingly quick set up and take down. For use with all Hennessy Hammock models.'


  • 30 Denier Silnylon
  • 2.3 oz
  • 84" length


SnakeSkins make hammock storage so simple, all of the material is protected leaving only the suspension ropes exposed.

The hammock is already attached and adjusted, without the hammock material to get wet or be in the way!


Close-up of the outside end of the SnakeSkin.

Close-up of the inside of the SnakeSkin; one end simply pulls over the other, leaving no exposed hammock material.

There's something that is so nice when one finds a product that can so simply make life easier! Excellent job, HH!

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: Included with hammock

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Price Current Retail: $19.95
Historic Range: $17.96-$19.95
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