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$19.99

Product Highlights:

  • Lightweight
  • Attached stuff sack
  • Easy to use
  • Weight: 0.75 lbs
  • Dimensions: 9 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
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About Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock

Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock
For a lightweight sleeping option in tree-abundant areas, the Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock takes the prize for simplicity. It offers a comfortable, portable sleeping solution while packing down to a mere 12 oz. It is perfect to take on camping trips and other excursions. It comes with everything you need and sets up in less than a minute. It can be used with a sleeping pad to help create the ultimate off the ground lightweight solution. It holds up to 250 pounds. It packs into its own attached stuff sack, but when you need it, it unfolds to a 9.5 length. It comes rigged with S-hooks. It features attached stuff sack ensures quick packing and hassle-free storage. Make your next trip a relaxing one with the use of the Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock.

Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock Features

  • Lightweight
  • Attached stuff sack
  • Easy to use
  • Weight: 0.75 lbs
  • Dimensions: 9 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
  • Capacity: 250 lbs.

Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock Specifications

Length
9.5 ft
Width
4ft
Fabric Material
Polyester Taffeta
Weight Capacity
250 lbs
Machine Washable
Yes
Stuff Sack Included
Yes
Sturdy S-shaped hanging hooks
Yes
Machine-washable fabric
Yes
Available in the Following Colors:
Forest Green, Royal Blue
Weight [with packaging]
1.5 lb
Mfr #
SKU
GRTUTH

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5.0

Best value for the price

By The Silver Survivor

from Ozark Hills Missouri

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Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Compact
  • Dries Quickly
  • Dual use
  • Easy Setup
  • Lightweight

Cons

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      Comments about Grand Trunk Ultralight Travel Hammock:

      This product is excatly what it's advertised to be, lightweight, easy to use, multi-functional, and the price can't be beat. Ordering was easy and shipping was prompt.

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      Shopper  In dry conditions, would this be a good substitute for a tent?
      GABE B  I think it would be I would still carry a poncho or something that you could rig up for a tarp, just in case. I also own a Hennessey Hammock and it is far better suited for a tent substitute. The problem I would see with the Grand Truck would be keeping your sleeping bag, etc. from falling / sliding off, the cocoon type shape of the Henessey is far better suited for getting in and out of a sleeping bag , however I bet if you practiced a bit it might be alright.
      Shopper  In dry conditions, would this be a good substitute for a tent?
      GABE B  I think it would be I would still carry a poncho or something that you could rig up for a tarp, just in case. I also own a Hennessey Hammock and it is far better suited for a tent substitute. The problem I would see with the Grand Truck would be keeping your sleeping bag, etc. from falling / sliding off, the cocoon type shape of the Henessey is far better suited for getting in and out of a sleeping bag , however I bet if you practiced a bit it might be alright.
      Shopper  In dry conditions, would this be a good substitute for a tent?
      GABE B  I think it would be I would still carry a poncho or something that you could rig up for a tarp, just in case. I also own a Hennessey Hammock and it is far better suited for a tent substitute. The problem I would see with the Grand Truck would be keeping your sleeping bag, etc. from falling / sliding off, the cocoon type shape of the Henessey is far better suited for getting in and out of a sleeping bag , however I bet if you practiced a bit it might be alright.
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