TrailNest Roof Top Hammock

Jun 2, 2017

Category: Gear

There’s nothing wrong with car camping. There, we said it. It’s safe, easy, and convenient. But, it can get a bit stuffy and, especially on warm summer nights, doesn’t compare to being out under the vast clear sky. Well, now you can have the best of both worlds with TrailNest’s Roof Top Hammock.

Set up is simple: just attach the folding arms to your vehicle’s roof rack, swing them open, and attach the ends of the hammock to them. It’s literally as easy as that. And, the system can support up to 250 pounds of weight, so your average outdoorsman will be supported just fine. All you have to do is park your ride, climb up, and hop in. Then, enjoy the 360 degree view of the great outdoors and rest easy knowing you’re well out of the reach of just about all local wildlife. You can even double up on mounts for dual hammock action with a travel companion. The stand itself retails for $349, but you can add on extra accessories – like roof flooring, a telescoping ladder, a second rack, and more – for an up-charge.

Purchase: $349+

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