Hammock with Mosquito Netting

Hammocks-with-Mosquito-Netting

Do you like to go backpacking, but mosquitoes tend to suck out the fun of this experience? If you want to spend some quit time in the woods, without being disturbed, you should invest in a mosquito thwarting hammock. This is a truly lightweight hammock, that can be easily transported in your backpack. The hammock comes with a mesh canopy, that keeps you covered and protected from bugs, but also lets you breed freely. You can also find two pockets inside, so you can store your things there while relaxing. The material used for the hammock is a resistant parachute nylon and it can support up to 400 lbs. The hammock comes fully equipped with hanging systems and cords and can be ordered online. Such a cool investment for someone who loves nature and backpacking!

 

 

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11 Responses to “Hammock with Mosquito Netting”

  1. Judith H says:

    Well, I suppose if the hammock can support 400 pounds, I can see why in the description that this hammock allows you to “breed freely”.

    Perhaps the description should be “breathe freely”?

  2. M says:

    What a relief that the hammock is designed with enough strength for people to breed freely… would elastic ties be better than rope, do you think, for that springy mattress feeling while engaging in breeding?

  3. Cory says:

    I like the part where it says it “lets you breed freely.”

    Uh, whut??

  4. Herr Linde says:

    Breed, or breathe?

  5. babz says:

    i am old now, but remembering my youth it was always hard to breed in a hammock.

  6. litsa says:

    This is not a good design. The mosquitos just bite through the hammock fabric underneath. I know because I own a hammock similar to this. The only way this works is if the hammock fabric is doubled, with an inch of space between the layers. If you make that, I’ll buy it! Oh, also your head and feet are vulnerable because they are likely to be up against the netting.

  7. Denise Atwood says:

    You might want to check your description. You have a couple of typos you may want to change. haha

  8. Sue says:

    …protected from bugs, but also lets you BREED freely. Hope thats a typo?

  9. tina says:

    Seriously, where do these “writers” come from, and does nobody proof read anymore?

  10. Min says:

    I guess, though, if you were actively “Breeding” you wouldn’t notice the Mosquitos biting your
    Rear end!!!!!!
    “Mosquito free, human breeding hammock” !

  11. Greg says:

    I’m buying it!

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