Hammocks are a great alternative to camping on the ground in a tent. You don’t have to worry about finding flat and level ground to pitch a tent, you don’t have to worry about rain flooding your tent at night, or about nasty spiders and snakes crawling into bed with you. If you have two trees about 15 feet apart, you’re usually good to go.
But being suspended in the air, you need to insulate the bottom of your hammock in moderate and cool temperature weather to stay comfortable at night.
What are the components of your hammock insulation system?
- How expensive is it?
- How much does it weigh?
- What temperatures does it work in?
- How easy is it to pack?
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