Sky Tent 2 by Hammock Bliss

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Suspended hammock tents have become a popular choice for outdoor adventures over the past few years, but there is one thing that many of them lack; the ability to house more than one individual. Well the Sky Tent 2 by Hammock Bliss offers up suspended sleeping quarters for you and your significant other.

Suspended tents offer a ton of advantages over sleeping on the ground. You don’t have to worry about bugs and pests sneaking into your tent, you can stay dry from the rain, and many prefer the comfort hammocks offer. Sky Tent 2 has been tested up to 770 pounds,  is constructed from a durable ripstop nylon to retain body heat, and comes with an oversized attached waterproof stuff sack to store all of your travelling gear with you. Purchase yours today from Amazon.

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