Suspended Sleeping Bag Hammock

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

It may be a bit too cold to camp throughout the upcoming winter season, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start stocking up for next camping season. This Grand Trunk Hammock Sleeping Bag is the perfect way to beat those cooler nights, while at the same time staying elevated to avoid those outdoor critters.

This cocoon like device is completely insulated with a an ultra lightweight Thinsulate insulation, giving the bag a 32 degree Fahrenheit rating. There are full length zippers located on each side of the sleeping back, along with a hook and loop closure tab located at the top of the bag, ensuring your entire body is wrapped up tightly through the evening. The sleeping bag hammock can be attached to trees and man made posts, and the durable bungees will keep you both comfortable and secure. The sleeping bag is easy to bring with you thanks to the compact design, allowing the entire thing to fold up into an ultra portable sack. [Purchase]

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