Ticket To The Moon Double Hammock in Express Bag

 

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Express Double Hammock

From Ticket to the Moon is a fun edition to anyone's pack. The design ensures it can comfortably fit two people and is easily hung around any post or tree using the adjustable hanging kit which connects to the pre-attached stainless steel ‘S’ hooks. Made of a lightweight synthetic nylon parachute material this hammock is ultra-soft, anti-mildew, breathable and stretchable with no pressure points yet still extremely strong with a 200kg carrying capacity. integrated snakeskin sleeve allows this hammock to be hung and packed away in seconds - making transportation easy and protecting it from the elements if left out.

All hammocks are tested under extreme conditions and have a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects and workmanship so you can lie back and relax with peace of mind.

  • Lightweight and compact size
  • Breathable and stretchable fabric for comfort
  • Total Length: 320cm
  • Laying Surface: 290cm
  • Width: 200cm
  • Carrying Capacity: 200kg
  • Weight: 600g

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