Not ideal with stakes
I found the stakes pulled out too easily to add meaningful stability. I ended up running the Paracord around the base of the tree and up to each corner with much better results. I think the ideal solution is a Bungie strap from the base of the tree to each corner of the spreader bar.
Great Value and Something You Need
I’ve always used homemade stabilizers with my Lawson. Without stabilizers the hammock might dump you out. This kit is much easier to use than my homemade rig. One thing I’ve done where the ground is too rocky to sink a stake, is stabilize using overhead support. Of course you have to have some low hanging limbs to attach to. If you attach the stabilizers to the hammock loops as per the directions, you shouldn’t have trouble. Once, using my homemade overhead supports, I attached to the spreader bar, putting too much weight on the bar and broke it; don’t attach stabilizers to the spreader bar! In my book, stabilizers are a must with a Lawson Hammock; you don’t want to be dumped out on rocky ground!
Blue Ridge hammock stabilizer kit.
Extremely well crafted. Very handy pouches to pack it in.
They don’t come with the set so if you don’t already have some, grab em’
Worth the money!
If your like me and move a lot in your hammock or like to pitch your hammock tight this is worth every penny! Also really helps in windy extreme weather. Really helps you feel solid and planted I highly recommend this for the Lawson blue ridge hammock!
Not used yet but….
Product seems to be well built and will do the job. I will make sure to write a fill review once I get to use them on my canoe trip in 2 weeks. Thanks Lawson Hammock and can’t wait until you release some new products. Top-quilt? maybe?
Looks very good
Still winter here, haven’t use it yet. But well done And most important, it’s light.
Great product would buy again