Ticket To The Moon Mammock Hammock in Express Bag


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Mammoth Hammock

A great edition to anyone's pack. This extremely large hammock is possibly the biggest in the world. Can be easily hung from trees or stationary fixing points using the adustable hanging kit that comes with it- two 'S' shaped stainless steel hooks can be attached to many object to be safely and securely hung up. Made of a lightweight, synthetic nylon so the hammock does not add excess bulk or weight to your pack and is also super durable. The material is of a soft, anti-mildew, breathable, stretchable material with no pressure points making it extremely comfortable to lie in, you can stay in it for hours TRUST US!!

Very strong holiding weight and carrying capacity. Comes with an integrated snakeskin sleeve allowing the hammock to be hugnand packed away in seconds, it also makes transportation ans storage easy and protects the hammock from other items inyour bag or the elements if left out.

The mammock hammock is the biggest of the range, meaning literally the whole family can jump in and enjoy hammock life wherever you are!

**10 year warantee: so you can truly lounge with ultimate peace of mind**

  • Weight: 56 oz (1.6 kg)
  • 20×10 ft (6×3 m). Made with 3 panels of fabric
  • 440 lbs (200 kg) rated weight capacity


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