Unless it's really warm, you'll want a sleeping pad inside your hammock. Those designed for a tent tend to scrunch up around your shoulders or shift to one side. This one uses a hammock specific shape to keep it in place. AirFrame construction adds thickness and comfort while remaining compressible, and you can use its stuff sack to make a pillow to tuck under your head or knees.
- Durable 75-denier polyester on top and bottom surfaces.
- AirFrame construction alternates self-inflating open-cell foam with air channels for a light, but lofty pad.
- Stuff sack doubles as a pillow or a knee bolster. Turn it inside out, stuff with a puffy jacket or clothes and connect using with the integrated strap.
R value (thermal resistance)
Measures insulative value. Higher values indicate more warmth: 1 to 3 are best for warm weather. 3 to 4 are best for 3-season use.4.5 or higher is best for winter.
The number of average sized people that the product can comfortably sleep.
|Top Fabric||75-denier polyester|
|Bottom Fabric||75-denier polyester|
|Additional feature(s)||Stuff sack included|