Perfect hammock for me. I always sleep facing down so other hammocks didn't work, but it perfectly works. At the first time use, you might feel unstable, but you can get used to it soon.
This is my first hammock and I was able to interpret how to set this up, attach rainfly & underquilt. Now I’ll go watch the videos. :) In addition, the hammock was stable and comfortable. I can neither confirm or deny jealousy among my hammock friends. ;)
I was warm, dry, very comfortable and high winds didn’t rock the hammock. I slept very well. No bugs !
Love this hammock. Easy to set up. Very comfortable and roomy. Had plenty of room for myself and my 60lb dog Easy to get in and out. A great hammock for camping
Best hammock set up for cold wet nights. Not a drip of water or a hint of cold breeze.
Easy to set up, comfortable to sleep in, a great company to deal with
This hammock is quite comfortable as a side sleeper. I prefer it to my other asym hammock tents. It would be nice if the hammock came with tie outs and stakes as these are necessary to keep the hammock from flipping (but once tied down it’s very stable. Also, the rain fly makes it quite claustrophobic in my opinion so I’m using a hex rainfly which gives more breathing room. Lastly, the hammock shipped with a small hole in the bug net, easily fixable, but doesn’t speak well for the QC. All in all, the hammock is comfortable (which is the most important thing, but it requires extra gear to make it usable. Still, I would recommend it.
Thank you for the feedback! A lot of the stability depends on how tight you have the hammock rigged, and a lot of folks find a little experimentation is all it takes. We're currently working on a kit that would provide stabilizing accessories, so be on the lookout for that! As for the quality of the hammock, we pride ourselves on having a great product, so if you find any other issues moving forward, please reach out to us and we'll make it right. Thanks!
There are a few things I'd change, but all in all it's a really nice car camping option. Setup is quick and easy, no bending over with my old bones to pound stakes, no ducking in uncomfortable positions to walk around the hammock under a tarp. It's extremely roomy compared to my gathered backpacking hammock. Very comfy as long as you lie on the diagonal. I don't usually need to lie diagonally in my other hammock, but this one will tip if you don't. I'd like to see a lightweight ridgeline for hanging things. I put in my own. It's really nice to flip half the fly over and have a shady space with a skylight for a view. But when the sun moves to the other side, it would be nice to have a door on the other side. It's not like it's a backpacking item where the extra zipper weight matters! Speaking of backpacking, I see tons of opportunities to lighten this design up to make it suitable for backpacking. Sure wish you'd take a crack at that! I'd happily buy another if you could get it down to 2 pounds. It's a little tippy when not in use - while it hung in my campsite it was usually either tilted sideways or completely flipped.