Hammock Bliss Sky Tent 2

Hammock Bliss Sky Tent 2
Hammock Bliss Sky Tent 2
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Sky Tent 2 by Hammock Bliss
The Hammock Bliss Sky Tent 2 adds basic rain and insect protection to your hammock-based sleeping system, so you can enjoy the easy comfort of off-the-ground camping without worrying about wet weather and biting bugs. This versatile system is like a floating tent, and it adds the extra protection you need without the hassle of poles or stakes.A waterproof ripstop nylon fly shields you from precipitation on rainy nights, and no-see-um mesh with 2100 holes per square inch seals out insects. The nylon ripstop floor stores lightweight gear and adds a layer between you and the cold air along the ground. A roomy design gives this shelter enough room for two stacked hammocks, so no one has to be left out in the rain, and double-pull zippers make it easy to get in and out of this hanging shelter. 80-inch sections of climbing rope secure each side to anchor points, and the additional 138-inch climbing rope serves as a water-shedding ridge line for the fly. Cinch-down openings in the netting allow your hammock cords to pass through the walls without letting bugs in. When it's time to head out, pack everything into the oversized stuff sack and hit the trail.

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SKU: HMK000E
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