Kammok’s Hammocks Are Now Made from 100% Recyclable Materials

Ever since Greg McEvilly fell from a torn hammock in 2010, founded Kammok, and developed the very first Roo Double hammock, the company has been known for producing perhaps the best, most durable hammocks on the market. And now, they’re even better for the environment.

Now, over a decade later, Kammok is doing its part to help the planet by upgrading its hammock line to be made from 100% recycled materials. With products that range from the Roo Single to the Mantis hammock-tent, the Texas-based adventure company has now constructed its flagship line using bluesign-approved fabric that uses less waste and lowers greenhouse gas emissions during manufacturing.

The line includes the single-sleeper Roo Single, the Roo Double, which sleeps two, the Roo Double XL, which is extra long and wide for those who want some more room, and the all-in-one Mantis. Kammok still dominates the industry with its 500-pound weight capacity and water-resistant, ripstop GravitasX fabric, continuing to make the highest-performing adventure hammocks out there, only now the materials are fully eco-friendly. The company is also in the process of revamping every one of its products across the board to be made from 100% recyclable materials as well.

Still as durable and comfortable as ever, Kammok still backs each product you buy with its Adventure Grade lifetime guarantee. These hammocks may be the best option out there and you’ll feel like you’re sleeping on a literal cloud. This eco-friendly Kammok hammock line is now available via the brand’s online store, starting at $75 for the Roo Single.

Purchase: $75+

Photo: Kammok
Photo: Kammok