Burton Honey Baked Hammock

Burton Honey Baked Hammock
Burton Honey Baked Hammock
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Honey Baked Hammock by Burton
When the weather is warm and you can look forward to clear, night skies, leave the bulky tent at home and camp out in the Burton Honey Baked Hammock. It has built-in cords for easy set-up, and the attached stuff sack makes it easy to pack away when you're taking down camp. It also comes with a built-in koozie so you can enhance your relaxation with an ice cold brew as you hang out at your campsite.

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SKU: BUR024J
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