Hammocks are the weary camper's best friend
Sleeping bags and air pads are certainly viable options when it comes to bedding on a camping trip, but sometimes they can be uncomfortable when used on rocky or uneven ground. On your next adventure, why not avoid this possibility entirely by investing in a hammock that rests solely on air?
Mountable bunks are easily deployed anywhere where there are two objects to stretch them between, but what happens when a camper is bivouacking on a mountain peak? Devices like the Maccabee Sports Slumber hammock have a self-sustaining frame that can be implemented in any environment. The cushion is made of weather-resistant 600 Denier polyester fabric for outdoor use, but the compact frame can be set up in tents or encampments if necessary.
"Bought this for my camper! I set it up in the back yard and snooze," one customer said on CampingWorld.com. "Super simple setup and the double hangers makes it as easy as a cot to get in and out. Setup and take down takes only moments to complete. Love this hammock!"
With the Slumber hammock, after a long day of travel a hiker can simply lean back and sway gently in the breeze.