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Nothing beats sleeping outside when you're in the great outdoors, but early spring and late summer swarms of hungry bugs can really put a damper on that. Luckily there's the Hammock Bliss Sky Bed Bug Free. Built to ensure that you can sleep in a suspended state without getting eaten alive by insect, this hammock features no-see-um mesh netting with 2100 holes per square inch keeps even the smallest bugs from getting in. It also has a unique asymmetrical design that lets you lie flat instead of keeping you curled up like a squished banana peel, and a sewn-in sleeping pad sleeve keeps your pad in place for reliable comfort and insulation. New to this year's edition is the multiple gear loops and pockets that enable you to keep your necessities close at hand and well-organized. Not to mention, the Sky Bed Bug Free sports a newly updated and longer zipper that encourages you to sit upright rather than awkwardly bent over at the midsection.
- No-see-um mesh
- Asymmetrical design
- Sewn-in sleeping pad sleeve
- Multiple gear loops and pockets
- New longer zipper
- Item #HMK000F
- Q & A
Sky Bed Bug Free - Jervis Bay, NSW
So flat that you can lay on your stomach
Sky Bed Bug Free
Sky Bed Bug Free In The Ferns
Sky Bed Bug Free - On The Dock
Taken in Fraser Island, Queensland Australia
Sky Bed Bug Free - Zion National Park
Overnight in The Narrows
Sky Bed Bug Free - On The Beach
Hoga Island, Watatobi, Suluwesi, Indonesia
Sky Bed Bug Free With Dave Corn
Sky Bed Bug Free in Australian Bush
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Who doesn't like chillin in a hammock?
This ones big enough for two. Has a bug shield to keep those pesky bugs from chilling with you.
Hammock Hanging has Evolved
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is an exceptionally comfortable, very well made hammock with an ingenious diagonal pad sleeve that makes lying nearly flat an effortlessly obtainable achievement, not so with the other, primitive "banana hang" traditional hammocks where you try (usually failing) to wedge yourself diagonal and therefore flat... The Bug Sky is Evolutionary, like when the first man learned to walk upright. The Bug net is well designed and easy to enter and exit. My favorite hammock by a mile.