When you're trekking through tropical climates with lots of bugs, snakes, and spiders, it makes since to sleep off of the ground. The innovative Exped Ergo Hammock Combi allows you to sleep in a fully horizontal position, unlike traditional hammocks that bend you like a banana during the night. A bug net zips to the hammock for mosquito free nights and the rain tarp keeps you dry in wet weather.
- Innovative design allows a fully horizontal sleeping position
- Includes hammock, bug net, and a rain tarp
- Bug net zips to the hammock
- Double floor has a sleeve for inserting a sleeping pad
- Two interior pockets hold essential items
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Intelligence in hammock form
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This is the smartest idea yet, usually you find yourself sleeping comfortably in a hammock sideways in it rather than wrapped up like a cocoon . So they just designed it that way! I got the chance to gear test one of these and is it ever comfy. Pad doesn't end up half under you in the middle of the night . It's integrated bug net is easy to use. Easy set up, bottom line it's comfy and easy!
Tarp Setup for Ergo Hammock
In this video Ted shows how the tarp is set up as part of the Ergo Hammock Combi.
Combi - Part 3 of 3 - Details
Part 3 covers a few more details about the Ergo Hammock Combi.
Exped Ergo Hammock Combi Setup
New for 2012 is the Exped Ergo Hammock Combi, a complete shelter system for suspended sleeping: hammock with sleeping mat sleeve, bug net, rain tarp and full suspension kit.