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Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Hammock

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    Get back to your pre-anthropocene roots.

    Like any self-respecting biped you'd prefer to sleep in a tree, but sometimes that just isn't an option. Luckily, when you have the Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Hammock in your backpack you can sleep comfortably swinging between the trees. This tent hammock also doubles as a ground bivy when there are no trees to be found, and it includes a waterproof nylon rain fly to protect you from the elements while you catch some Zs. A No-See-Um mesh canopy lets you sleep under the stars without the constant buzzing of bugs in your ears, and two interior storage pockets store a few essentials inside the tent. The system weighs in around four pounds and includes a stuff sack to keep it together when you fasten it to your pack. 

    • Nylon ripstop hammock
    • No-see-um mesh canopy
    • Waterproof nylon rain fly
    • Aluminum poles
    • Double coil nylon zipper
    • Nylon rope
    • Interior storage pockets
    • O-ring on ceiling
    • Brass-plated grommets
    • Stuff sack included
    • Item #LAW0001

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [hammock] ripstop nylon, [canopy] no-see-um mesh, [rain fly] nylon, [poles] aluminum
    Capacity
    1-person
    Weight Limit
    275 lb
    Claimed Weight
    4 lb 4 oz
    Recommended Use
    ultralight backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    I'm sold, just what I wanted.

      I just got the blue ridge hammock three days ago and had to try it out even though there was a 100% chance of rain. I've never slept in a hammock before so this was all new to me. I set it up at home on the floor for practice and made sure everything was there, and it was. (It does not come with the two carabineers needed to attach it to the tree straps, or two tent stakes if you want to use it as a ground tent) I hung it up so the center of the hammock was about three feet off the ground in just a few minutes. After a couple strap adjustments I was able to get in and out of it like I was sitting in a chair. They use latching hooks for the tarp and for the bow tensioners on the bug net. I will be changing those out to non-latching hooks because my fingers got cold and I could hardly un-clip them when I was packing it up. The rain then the wind started and at times it was gusting I'm guessing up to 25mph and rained all night. The tarp amazingly stayed put with the wind blowing directly against the side of the hammock but kept every drop of rain out. There are four Velcro patches that keep the tarp attached to the sides of the hammock itself, some moisture did wick in through one of the patches but nothing inside got wet. I think I can fix this by smearing a little silicone sealer on the backside of the patches.
      (When its time to take it down, and while its still hanging up) Detach the tarp and put it inside the bug net and zip it up. Pull both spreaders apart and fold the hammock in half. Unclip one of the tree straps and roll the thing up. Unclip the other strap and put everything in the storage bag, and it will never touch the ground. It was far more stable than I thought a hammock would be, just keep centered while using it as much as you can. Very roomy inside and I was able to sit up inside of it while backing up my stuff up out of the rain, but my head does hit the net. It seams very well made and after one use I love it.

      Amazing Hammock! Instruction/Setup Vid:

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Amazing versatile camping/tent hammock. Use suspended or on the ground. Comfortable, roomy, super easy set up, extremely durable and comes with mosquito netting and waterproof rainfly. Here is a helpful setup video.

      Great sleep system

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      One of my customers has three of these for him and his sons. One thing we wanted to emphasize is that these hammocks DO NOT include a hanging system. It's not the typical gathered-end hammock that you sink into like a butterfly returning to its cocoon, which is ideal if you're looking for a more stable sleeping surface. He was very pleased with the hammocks and definitely recommends them. Wes, the owner of Lawson Hammocks, even reached out to him directly! That's pretty rad, in my opinion. If you have any questions about this hammock please feel free to call or email me directly.

      Fun and Easy

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Set up was really easy and provided a very comfortable nights sleep. Much better than sleeping on the ground!! In ordering it I was worried it would be claustrophobic with the rain fly but it was much roomier than I anticipated. I used it camping 3 nights in a row and enjoyed it more each day.

      Easy set up, restful sleep!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Love this versatile hammock tent for all of my travels- use it as a bivy and as hammock.. Quality has withstood a beating! Easy to set up. love that rain fly attaches to tent and not staked into ground and only need two trees for hammock. Best of all: always have a good nights sleep- esp in warm summer nights without fly and can see the stars of the back country perfectly!

      Hanging Tent

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I initially bought this for an impromptu backpacking trip, which wasnt the best idea.
      Although it kept me dry and gave me a comfortable sleep when an unexpected storm rolled in around dusk, it was too awkward and heavy for backpacking. Even though the rain fly goes right against the tent screen there wasnt as much moisture build up as I initially thought would happen.
      Some of my complaints.
      Although the tent/ hammock itself is very quick and easy to set up, I had some difficulties with the rain fly by myself.
      The Nylon rip stop is not that durable. After only a few uses I noticed tiny holes appearing near seems.
      Also You have to be more careful getting in than Id like. If you plop your weight in at once you'll end up tearing a hole.( at least I did)
      Finally, the package didn't come with any tree savers or hanging slings which was disappointing cus i had to run all around town for a hanging system the day before my trip. Although the connection point attached to hammock seems fragile and poorly made, it held up all 200lbs of me.

      Would you recommend this hammock for bicycle touring? My racks can accommodate a lot of weight but is it to awkwardly shaped to strap it to my rear rack or put it in one of my larger panniers?

      Comfortable; Great Price

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Initial impressions - very cool design, but seems like it could be made a lot lighter using different materials/newer fabrics. But for the price, it seems well built, and it is very comfortable and easy to use.

      I have slept in it one night - the day I bought it a pretty big rainstorm came through so I set it up in the backyard and slept in it overnight to see if it would stay dry. Given the rain fly design (the tarp never feels all that tight) I actually thought it would leak, but it did not leak a drop. So far, I'm very impressed. Really the only downside is that it is pretty heavy for a hammock that only sleeps one person.

      This thing is AWESOME!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've used many brand name tents and hammocks (not naming names) and the Lawson camping hammock is hands down the best. Quality is superb. It's easy to set up, plenty light (there are easyways to make it even lighter), and the most comfortable hammock I've ever slept in. Most hammocks hurt my back after a night or two, but this design keeps the bed flatter, making it much more comfy. Much more roomy that I thought it would be too. One of the features that sold me on the Lawson was the fact that it can also be used on the ground as tent. I tried the tent setup for a night and it did the job well. Not quite as roomy as when using as a hammock, but still worked great. Having the option is key and the versatility to camp on any terrain is nice. It rained really hard one night when using as a hammock and I stayed totally dry, so the fly worked well. Guess that's about it. Oh, I also contacted Lawson with a couple of questions and the owner personally responded very quickly and was very helpful and nice. So A+ product and customer service. Highly recommend this tent hammock for all types of camping. Happy Hammocking!

      Unanswered Question

      What are the dimensions of this product? Being a big boy I want to be sure that I might fit even if barely