Bug net hammock for camping is becoming more popular as an alternative to tents. Designed specifically for camping, camping hammocks offer features that tents cannot offer, including easy transportation. A light camping hammock, with necessary accessories, is less than half the weight of a tent. It provides better back support and reduces typical hikers swollen feet because your feet are higher than your torso. And then all you need is two trees to create a campsite.
Each Hennessy Hammock includes attached mosquito nets, a detachable rain fly, support lines and tree huggers that protect bark. And also some hammocks are specially designed for winter camping and camping in the jungle. And then all of them can be folded into chairs or reclining chairs. Starting in 2010, prices start around $ 100. The bug net hammock models feature a built-in bag and a no tip design. The full mosquito net has zipper entry and exit on two sides makes it easy to get in and out. There is a removable rain fly and up to six pockets for gear including boots.
And another is Speer hammocks start at $ 100, starting in 2010, weighing as little as 22 oz. A 6 inch – 10 inch packet bag holds hammock, bug net and an 8 foot 10 foot tarpaulin. And also since tarp is not connected, you can place it high or low depending on your preferences and weather conditions. The detachable bug mesh is attached with Velcro straps that open from both sides. Then ENO camping hammocks range from about $ 54 to $ 85, as of 2010, and depending on your choice of Double Nest, Single Nest or Pro Nest models. Adding the suspension system gives the price up $ 20 to $ 25. Rainy tarpaulins range from about $ 80 to $ 150, and bug net hammock are an additional $ 55. And then sacks range from about $ 50 to $ 60. ENO provides two year warranty on their hammocks.