Tag Archives: hammocks

  • Single Travel Hammock by LA SIESTA

    Single Travel Hammock by LA SIESTA

    It’s summer, a time when you just want to stretch out and catch an afternoon nap, and there’s no better way on God’s green Earth to do that than in a comfortable hammock. And if you’re planning on doing any solitary roaming this summer, the people at LA SIESTA have a Single Travel Hammock that […]

  • Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter From Sierra Madre

    Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter From Sierra Madre

    If you’ve ever been lucky enough to own and/or regularly use a hammock, you probably know that a perfect hammock day is pretty dependent on weather, since they don’t provide their own shelter from rain or wind. Sierra Madre has a product that does, though: The Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter. The Nubé 2.0 Hammock Shelter, […]

  • Hydro Hammock: A Hot Tub, Hammock, and More

    Hydro Hammock: A Hot Tub, Hammock, and More

    Inventor Benjamin H. Frederick has done something I wouldn’t have thought possible before today: He’s combined the hammock and the hot tub in a way that isn’t a soggy, impossible-to-sit-in mess. Instead, it’s the Hydro Hammock, and it can also serve as a liner for a traditional hot tub, an outdoor shower, a makeshift swimming pool, […]

  • Kammok Roo: A Hammock You Can Actually Sleep In

    Kammok Roo: A Hammock You Can Actually Sleep In

    The hammock is one of those things that always seem a lot cooler if you’ve never actually had one. In theory, they seem great, but in practice they can be cumbersome, uncomfortable, and a recipe for slapstick disaster. But the people at Kammok have come up with the Kammok Roo, a hammock that retains most […]

  • The Mega Hammock: Massive Relaxation

    The Mega Hammock: Massive Relaxation

    By far the biggest limitation in most hammocks is size. You’re often lucky if you can fit yourself into one, and putting two people in a hammock is basically just asking for serious trouble. But the Mega Hammock puts that issue to rest through direct action: It’s huge, and can accommodate at least three people […]