Travel is all about relaxing, so why shouldn’t you invest in the most comfortable clothing and accessories when embarking upon your long-awaited vacation away? For campers and road trippers, this typically comes in the form of a portable hammock that can easily be hung between two trees, poles or any other sturdy fixture where a nap is warranted.
Hammock company Kammok created a line of easy-to-pack hammocks that can be set up in nearly any location. More specifically, its Roo Double Hammock is ideal for couples, close friends or travelers who just want a bit of extra space.
Kammok’s hammocks are made from tear-resistant LunarWave material so they will last longer and endure unpredictable elements or packing hazards. They also come with a lifetime warranty in case of any damage or accidents. When not in use, the hammock folds up neatly into a small, water-resistant backpack and can be carried from one sleeping place to the next.
With a weight capacity of 500 pounds, the hammock easily accommodates two people (although recommends only one person for sleeping), plus the possibility to fit in a furry friend, as well. The Roo Double Hammock comes in seven colors and can be purchased on Kammok’s website for $99 plus shipping. Shoppers also can add on a Python tying strap: The 10-inch strap costs $29, and the 15-inch strap costs $39.
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