Ninox FlatLay Hammock

Sep 17, 2018

Category: Gear

Sleeping outdoors can be tough because you can sleep in a tent on dirt or like curved like a banana on a compact hammock. The talented minds at Sierra Madre Research developed a third, more comfortable option for getting some shut-eye outdoors called the Ninox FlatLay Hammock.

The name says it all, as this hammock allows to sleep on our back, side, or stomach. This spacious omnidirectional flat lay hammock uses ‘Teslon3’ super soft fabric to help you sleep comfortably and wake up energized to continue your adventure. The knotless hammock can be set up in under one minute to save you plenty of time, protects you from insects with a removable mesh, and can be set up anywhere. For your convenience, it also has a gear stash underneath, an interior organizer, waterproof sleeves, and adjustable suspension. When you’re ready to pack it up, it comes with a compact smart storage bag.

Kickstarter: $159+

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