Pro Hammock Double

Pro Hammock Double

The Pro Hammock reflects the high quality, technical drive behind Sea to Summit. We have analysed the products on the market and sought to improve every aspect: materials, construction, weight, bulk, and ease of use. Constructed from soft, ripstop Nylon with high strength plated steel buckles and a Cordura Nylon compression bag. One of the lightest and most compact standard hammocks on the market. Designed to work seamlessly with the buckles of the Suspension Straps and Tree Protector to create an simple, streamline system.

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hammock pro sleep system double two person

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    • Quick Connect Buckles allow easy setup and fine-tuning.
    • Highly breathable fabric wicks moisture away
    • Triple bar-tacked webbing loop
    • High strength buckle works with Suspension Straps
    • Comfortable, breathable and soft ripstop nylon for lightweight strength
    • Ultra-Sil® Compression sack for a compact and protected hammock
    • Extra length inside compression sack to store Suspension Straps (sold separately)
    • 180kg/400lb capacity

 

Size variation
length
width
weight
Standard
300 CM
190 CM
450 G

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Quick Connect Buckles

Quick Connect Buckles

The Hammock Quick-Connect Buckles are designed for fast set-up and easy adjustment. The pair of buckles are connected in a split second but offer infinite length adjustment so you can achieve the most comofrtable hang. One buckle of the pair is bartacked to the hammock while the second buckle is threaded through the Suspension Strap webbing. Pro hammocks use 3mm steel buckle with Nickel plating. The Ultralight hammocks are supplied with 3mm buckles made from lightweight, aircraft aluminum alloy. Compared to traditional carabiner to loop connections, Quick Connect buckles are more compact, lighter, and offer more adjustment.
Denier

Denier

Denier:  The Denier of a fabric relates to the weight of the yarn from which the fabric is woven. The Denier of the yarn is actually the weight, in grams, of 9000 yards of yarn. A lower denier usually means that a fabric is lighter (and more delicate) than a heavier denier.