ENO Roadie Car Hammock Stand

Oct 27, 2016

Category: Gear

Road trips are an amazing way to see the country in all its glory. But sometimes setting up a hammock or looking for two perfectly aligned trees for which to hang your hammock can be a difficult feat. Sometimes you want something quick and easy, without all the commitment. In these instances, the Roadie Car Hammock Stand from Eagles Nest Outfitters is the perfect option.

Basically, the Roadie is a portable hammock stand that boasts up to 250-pounds of capacity and holds one hammock at a time. And in terms of setup, only two steps are needed to ensure maximum comfort. Simply extend the pieces out and position your car tires in their designated Roadie spots and almost immediately you’ll have a stand on which you can hang your favorite ENO hammock for lounging. It’s built from powder-coated steel, takes up little space in the vehicle, and is the perfect addition for car camping or music festivals. Time to embrace the freedom of the open road. They’re available now for $200. [Purchase]

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