Chammock Hammock Chair

Aug 3, 2015

Category: Gear

Introducing the Chammock, the most compact and easy to stow hammock soon to be on the market. It’s easy to set up, weighs lighter than a can of soda, and fits into a pack that’s smaller than a standard A5 book or mini iPad.

The Chammock is a hammock chair with a small pack size that’s made from the highest quality nylon. Its low weight and small size make it highly suitable for backpackers, hikers or campers. The Chammock has two holes in its sides to allow easy reach access. It will be available in two colorways when it hits the market: rose & orange and grey & green. The Chammock is on Kickstarter now for an early backer price of $65, with shipping and delivery expected to be in December. [Purchase]

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