Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp

Crazy Creek

About Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp

Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp
Rest during a great outdoors vacation and enjoy it more, with this Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp. This Hammock is a useful rest accessory to take along camping, hiking, or any other outdoor trip, where you may need to take a long and relaxing nap. Thanks to its unique design, it lets you rest soundly when you get tired. It is made of high quality materials for durability and comfort. Its 70D coated ripstop nylon material and 210D coated nylon bottom, guarantees its strength and long-lasting use. The crib measures 44 in. x 98 in., enabling most people to use it. A tarp has been included to place on top of the hammock in case it rains lightly, or just to keep the sun at bay. The tarp measures 77 in. x 104 in., which covers one adult comfortably. You get a stuff sack for convenient storage. Have a great rest out in the great outdoors, with this Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp.

Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp Features

  • Dimensions
  • 70D coated ripstop nylon
  • 210D coated nylon bottom for extra durability
  • No-see-um netting
  • Two inside accessory pockets
  • Crib: 44 in. x 98 in.
  • Tarp: 77 in. x 104 in.
  • Packed Weight: 70 oz.
  • The LEX features a fully enclosed, zippered mosquito netting-enhanced canopy with Easton 7075-T9 Aluminum poles
  • Internal sleeve that accepts a sleeping pad for added comfort
  • Nylon jersey-mesh pole sleeves are positioned on the exterior for convenient set-up and easy zipper use
  • Includes guy lines, stakes and stuff sack
  • One Year Limited Warranty

Crazy Creek Crazy Crib Lex Hammock with Tarp Specifications

Crib Length
Crib width
Tarp Length
Tarp width
Packaged Weight
70 oz
Net Included
Cover Protection
Mosquito netting
Pole Material
Easton 7075-T9 aluminum
Crib Material
210D coated nylon
Tarp Material
70D coated ripstop nylon.
Weight [with packaging]
4.45 lb

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John O  How close together do the trees need to be for this hammock, what is the maximum distance between trees?
Jessica S  The trees should be about 15ft apart. This is the standard for most hammocks.
Shopper  I need good back support when sleeping. I've never tried a hammock but they look like I would not be comfortable, sleeping in a "V" position. How could I possibly lie flat/straight in one of these?
ERIC O  I have a firm, blue sleeping pad that I put in the hammock and then my sleeping bag. I still sleep with a bend, but it is remarkably comfortable. I am normally a side sleeper and have had to adjust to sleeping on more back more, but can sleep for a little while on each side as well. The advantages of a quick setup without the need for a flat, clear space outweigh not having a completely flat sleeping surface.
Shopper  how much weight does it hold?
TRACEY L  I weigh 160 pounds. My son has one and weighs 130 pounds and my brother has one who weighs 210 pounds. We have been backpacking with our hammocks for about 8 years now and love them. We will never sleep on the ground again.
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