Lawson Hammock Company

Lawson Hammock Company Blue Ridge Camping Hammock

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Lawson Hammock Company Blue Ridge Camping Hammock

The Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Camping Hammock is designed specifically for backpacking in hard terrain. Anywhere a tent can't go the blue ridge camping hammock is there - mountain side, jungle, wilderness, along river beds, etc... This camping shelter is for people who are on the move, need to set up fast and go. It can be used either as a tent hammock or on the ground as a bivy tent. Blue Ridge camping hammocks are made of the finest materials, including a nylon pack cloth bed, rip-stop nylon rain fly and no-see-um netting. Camping hammocks are safe, comfortable, easy to set up and really protect the occupants from flying insects and the elements. It's also light weight, weighing only 4.25 lbs. Users don't have to carry added bulky weight such as ground tarps and sleeping pad. Blue ridge camping hammocks are a leader in the three season tent category.

  • Rated #`1 by Backpacker and Outside magazines
  • Material: Hammock body made of ripstop nylon pack cloth
  • Large no-see-um net canopy
  • Waterproof nylon rain tarp
  • Waterproof nylon border on the canopy protects against water blowing up under tarp
  • Strong aluminum-alloy poles and shock corded aluminum archpoles for the canopy
  • Double coil nylon zipper
  • Two interior storage pockets inside hammock
  • Nylon rope
  • O-ring in ceiling for hanging light
  • Brass-plated grommets reinforced with nylon webbing
  • Stuff sack
  • Recommended for: camping, travel, leisure
  • Length: 90 inches
  • Width: 36 inches
  • Packs to: 22' x 6'
  • Weight Limit: 250 lbs.
  • Weight: 4.25 lbs. (with stuff sack)

Purchase the Lawson Hammock Company Blue Ridge Camping Hammock from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews

5 Stars Kate0529 - February 11 2011

Great hammock/tent!
I purchased this hammock tent for a camping roadtrip across the Southwest last summer, and it worked wonderfully. I loved having the option of hanging it or using it like a traditional tent, and the setup is simple and takes just a few minutes. Like another reviewer mentioned, I would recommend a sleeping pad of some sort even when it's a hammock, as it needs a little extra firmness underneath to keep you from sagging. Also, be aware that you need to purchase hanging straps (I used ENO ones) as the hammock doesn't come with them. Overall it's a great little tent, and I highly recommend it!



5 Stars Gordon Castle - September 6 2010

Excellent value
I have bought 3 of these for use in Brazilian jungle. They are absolutely water tight. Plenty of elbow room inside, easy in and out, and extremely stable.



5 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - August 30 2010

A great week of camping.
I just got back from a 8 day 7 night hiking trip and had an awesome time in large part thanks to Lawson. It rained almost every night but I managed to stay mostly dry and comfortable. It was extremely easy to set up. Finding properly spaced trees was never a problem on the slopes of mountains in Vermont whereas finding clear, level ground (for a tent) would have been. Two important things I learned were that you absolutely need a sleeping pad. The pad adds important insulation and rigidity to the bottom which is otherwise cold and uncomfortably saggy. Also, you must make sure that the hammock is hung as level as possible. Otherwise rain will drip under the rain fly and into the hammock making for cold and soggy sleeping bags.



5 Stars SARSteve - July 21 2010

Lawson Left Me Out Hanging... and Dry!!
Absolutely the Best design out there... I researched the heck out of hammocks with no price cap: this is the best thought out and constructed I have seen: what other hammock can you [con-vert] to a tent? Then again why would you: it's MUCH more comfortable hanging... and easy as heck to set up: can't wait for the wet season to begin again; I'll be out there testing this shelter to the limit at different elevations and weather extremes on Mt. Rainier! Oh, the bug netting (and in a hurry)?: now it's AWESOME!! The Price? I don't know how they make enough profit, but I hope they are around a long time; I'll need another one if I get hitched again... p.s. Upside down? Anchor with trekking poles, and throw your pack on it for access: like a big table at the perfect height... am planning to use a roll up table top to lay on it for cooking... but canister stove only: one spill if liquid fuel would only be worth it if capturing for YouTube!! Altrec? First purchase: perfect order handling every step; I'll be back!



5 Stars SARSteve - July 21 2010

Lawson Left Me Out Hanging... and Dry!!
Absolutely the Best design out there... I researched the heck out of hammocks with no price cap: this is the best thought out and constructed I have seen: what other hammock can you [con-vert] to a tent? Then again why would you: it's MUCH more comfortable hanging... and easy as heck to set up: can't wait for the wet season to begin again; I'll be out there testing this shelter to the limit at different elevations and weather extremes on Mt. Rainier! Oh, the bug netting (and in a hurry)?: now it's AWESOME!! The Price? I don't know how they make enough profit, but I hope they are around a long time; I'll need another one if I get hitched again... p.s. Upside down? Anchor with trekking poles, and throw your pack on it for access: like a big table at the perfect height... am planning to use a roll up table top to lay on it for cooking... but canister stove only: one spill if liquid fuel would only be worth it if capturing for YouTube!!



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