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Grand Trunk Nano-7 Hammock

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    Pure relaxation for only 6.7 ounces.

    As one of the lightest hammocks on the market, the Grand Trunk Nano-7 Hammock lets you lounge anywhere from the backyard to base camp. Weighing in at a scant 6.7 ounces, the Nano-7 takes up a miniscule amount of space and provides a spacious amount of room to kick back after a hard day in the mountains. Grand Trunk included two lightweight carabiners for clipping off to your anchors of choice.
    • Item #GTR0010

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon ripstop
    Dimensions
    9 x 4 ft
    Claimed Weight
    6.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping, lounging
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Durable!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    After many nights in many conditions, it's still going strong. I'm 6'2", 160lbs, and I sleep on my back and side with a sleeping mat in the hammock. I sleep like a baby and I trust the workmanship and material on long hikes and long bike trips.



    I am not that gentle with it. I aggressively grab the sides to get in, and I place my weight in rather quickly when I'm tired, but it still holds up just fine.



    Great product!

    Super Light!

      This hammock is super light and packs down super small and you don't hardly notice it in your pack, yet it is still just as strong as your standard ENO, Hammock Bliss, or other Grand Trunk hammocks!. I would definitely recommend this to a friend!

      Superlight

        I took this on a four night hike in Glacier NP in Montana. I was unsure initially whether to take it given the additional weight but after a couple of 14 mile days I did not regret it in the least. If I want to make my pack lighter I am going to be finding other places to do it. This is going to be a staple in my pack whenever I am hiking for years to come. Nothing beats putting your feet up after ten miles. Plus its great for just lounging around your yard at home. Packs lighter than any Crazy Creek camp chair out there.

        THE lightweight hammock set up

          This is the one you want if you want to backpack fast and light. Comes with a couple of great biners that should promptly be replaced with amsteel loops. Pick up some whoopie slings and some tree savers - find the light weight ones - and you could be rolling at under 10 ozs. Do a little research on line to find some hammock specialists to source your suspension system. You'll save quite a bit of weight. If I use all the bells and whistles, including "Dutch" hardware I'm still out at 11.5 ozs. It all starts though with the Grand Trunk Nano-7.

          Almost four years after my original review the two GT Nano - 7's I bought are still going strong on periodic backpacking trips. While I've added ridgelines to get a more diagonal lie, they are still very light and very comfortable for those under 6 ft. tall. If I needed more I wouldn't hesitate to but again.

          The New Sleep system:

            This hammock coupled with the Integral Designs Siltarp 1 and ENO pro slapstraps make for an UL sleep system worthy of any of the long trails. This hammock is deceivingly sturdy.

            This Thing Is Rad!!!

              When I first picked one of these things up I thought there is no way that this is a hammock. It definitely can't support my body weight. But I now use it instead of a camp chair, folding chair. Sometimes I even use it for my sleep system. Its actually the first hammock that I have ever seen that uses better than standard carabiners.

              Will the Nano hold a 6'-5", 195 lb guy?

              Will the Nano hold a 6'-5", 195 lb guy?

              Your weight at 195 lbs. isn't an issue with the Nano-7. I'm usually at 225+ and hang no problem. Your height like mine is where the issue arises. IMO anyone over 5'10", maybe 6', is going to have a tough time getting anything like a traditional diagonal lay in this hammock. I have two of these hammocks for scout sons. They are great for backpacking hangs until the boys start to get on the large side. I've moved two sons into custom, cottage manufacturer, hammocks as they struggle to get a flat, diagonal lay at the 5'10" and 200+ size. Your experience may vary.

              Does anyone have a confirmed scale weight...

              Does anyone have a confirmed scale weight on this hammock? And/or comparison to the ENO single or double nest, including packed size and comfort? I am greedy with the grams :)

              What's the weight limit? Do you sweat...

              What's the weight limit?



              Do you sweat a lot laying against the silnylon fabric?



              How diagonal can you get, and what is your height? I see a lot of "banana" going on in the photos.

              what is a the best choice for a strap to...

              what is a the best choice for a strap to hang it?