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Kammok Roo Camping Hammock

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May 29, 2013

Category: Gear

More than just your average hammock, the Kammok  Roo allows you to experience all of the comfort a suspended sleeping hammock has to offer packaged in a tiny, ultra portable compression sack for camping trips.

This light weight camping hammock is constructed from an ultra strong diamond rip-stop nylon fabric known as LunarWave, and was designed to comfortably fit one person in a variety of different positions. The proprietary fabric is said to be “softer than a baby’s backside,” and the most incredible part is the ability to pack this thing away into a small water-resistant compression sack. While it weighs less than a pound, the Kammok can support up to 500 pounds being suspended from a tree, rock or post. Adopting a business model made popular by TOMS Shoes, the team at Kammok will provide health education or a treated mosquito net to a family in Africa for every hammock they sell. See this thing in action below and purchase your own from Amazon.

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