In order to have a safe and efficient hammock or hammock camping experience, the necessities are more or less necessary and it is worthwhile to bring what you need to spend more time in the hammock.YMOUTDOOR manufacturer produces customized hammock accessories to support OEM and ODM for wholesale sale at the lowest price.
For some people, a customized hammock pillow is a great hammock accessory, especially when hammock camping. Tip:Use a small clip or knotted shock cord to secure the pillow to the end of the hammock so it won't move throughout the night. This way it won't get in the way when getting in and out of the hammock, which is helpful if you have something else in hand
The use of tree protectors is important, especially with thin hammock straps, which are not ideal for our living, breathing friends of the forest. When all the weight of the hammock is concentrated in a small area around the trunk of the tree, the straps are more likely to lodge in the bark and damage the tree. As hammocks become more and more popular, it's important that we all do our part to protect the trees. They are tough, but not unbreakable creatures.
Mosquito net hammock double set
Mosquitoes are every camper's nightmare. If you plan to sleep in an outdoor hammock without proper protection, it can become a feast for mosquitoes.
A great two-in-one option is to bring a mosquito net hammock. Not only is it an excellent alternative to a tent, but it is a lightweight, compact, and durable option for hammock camping needs. The best part? This hammock comes with a mosquito net to sleep soundly without mosquito bites!
If you already have a sturdy camping hammock, you should consider a mosquito net or insect net for the hammock. You'll thank yourself when there are no head-to-toe bug bites.
Look for mosquito nets with extra-fine netting that will keep even the smallest bugs out. Consider using a full net that offers 360-degree insect protection. The full net will have zippers on the side for easy access to the hammock.
Ties and slings
For hammock hanging, a hammock suspension device is required. For hammock camping, tree straps are the best hanging gear.
Simply tie the hammock straps to two trees that are far enough apart so that the hammock is slightly slacker (hanging at about a 30 degree angle) and has a comfortable sitting height from the ground.The ideal distance between the trees (depending on the length of the hammock) is 13 to 16 feet. However, if a long enough sling is available, the hammock can be hung between two trees that are 20 feet apart.Once the sling is in place, use a hook and loop or hook to hook the ends of the hammock to the sling.
If you don't have a tree strap, you can use a rope. Just be sure to tie a knot so the rope is securely wrapped around the tree.
To protect yourself on a windy, rainy, or even snowy night, hang a tarp above your hammock. Most hammocks have tarps that can be turned into tent-like shelters.
Tarps come in a variety of shapes, sizes, thicknesses and weights. Which type you choose will depend on the desired coverage and the extra weight you are willing to carry.
But be sure the tarp covers the ridge and width of the hammock and extends about 6 to 12 inches to the ends of the hammock.
In the summer, a smaller diamond tarp will work. For spring and fall, however, consider a hanging-chain hexagonal tarp.
Large, full-coverage, all-season tarps are ideal for additional shelter against the cold, wind and snow when camping in the winter. These allow you to have more privacy with rain flies and doors for added shelter. These resemble a tilted tent and provide full protection for your hammock.
In order to pitch a tarp for your hammock, you need to hang the tarp from a rope cover and rope or thin string. Drape the tarp over the ridgeline to create the shape of a tent.
In order to get extra insulation and protection from the cold, and for added comfort, there are sleeping pads designed to fit hammocks. Unlike traditional sleeping pads with sharp corners, hammock sleeping pads have tapered ends that slide easily into the hammock.
Hammock sleeping pads are usually inflatable or filled with down or synthetic insulating material. There are also closed-cell foam pads available.
Some campers use sleeping pads and sleeping bags to keep warm in warm weather. When camping in colder months, add a comforter.
These extra long outdoor hammock swing straps from YMOUTDOOR supplier are adjustable, which means you can wrap them around any size tree from small to large and avoid damage at wholesale prices. Tree Protector wraps for hammock swing protect the surface of the tree, reduce the friction between the tree and the flat bar and wire rope, and extend the life of the flat bar. Durable, non-slip, wear-resistant throughout the home can be safe, environmentally friendly straps. With our swing set, there's no need to drill or tighten so you can easily install the swing set without damaging your property or the surrounding natural environment. Have fun while protecting your outdoor activities.
These extra long outdoor hammock swing straps from YMOUTDOOR supplier are adjustable, which means you can wrap them around any size tree from small to large and avoid damage at wholesale prices. Tree Hammocks tree protector kit protect the surface of the tree, reduce the friction between the tree and the flat bar and wire rope, and extend the life of the flat bar. Durable, non-slip, wear-resistant throughout the home can be safe, environmentally friendly straps. With our swing set, there's no need to drill or tighten so you can easily install the swing set without damaging your property or the surrounding natural environment. Have fun while protecting your outdoor activities.