DESERT Hammock mosquito net
Full protection against mosquitoes, ticks, flies, and any other bugs that could break your lazy time in the hammock. Due to the bright desert color of the net, the hammock is protected against heating and stays inconspicuous at the same time.
Takes no more space than a common hammock – just 1 L.
Furthermore, it weighs just 300 g.
Quick (30 s.) and user-friendly setup system
- Plug the hammock carabiners into the tree hugger and the one end of the mosquito-net tension loop. The tension loop end sticks up from the bottom slot of the bag.
- Plug the mosquito-net carabiner into the second end of the mosquito-net tension loop. The tension loop end that sticks up from the bag and the hammock loop.
- Stretch the mosquito-net sleeve along the hammock pulling the mosquito net end loop and plug it finally into the carabiner on the other side of the hammock.
You can adjust the mosquito net tension with the tension loop so that the ridgeline stripe will be slightly taut.
In most cases, simply plug the loops of the mosquito net into the hammock carabiners.
Simple? – simple :-). And folding? – do it in the reverse order.
Finally, packing back takes no longer than packing a hammock.
In & out
The hammock mosquito net has a double zipper in the shape of a characteristic smile. Thanks to that you can use it in any direction. Due to the fact that the mosquito net flap opens up, it avoids tangling and getting dirty on the ground. Besides, the mosquito net bag is an integral part of the net – so it will not get lost.
The ridgeline strap is equipped with two D-rings (one on each side) inside the net. Therefore you can easily hang some valuables that you want them to stay at hand (like glasses or headlamp)
Finally, the net can be used with a wide range of the length of the hammock – from 2.7 m to 3.2 m.
A unique user-friendly mosquito net construction and, above all, high-dense mesh (with 1 mm size mesh eyelets) protects the user from any direction.
Simply 100% protection against mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, and all other vermin that might want to break your lazy time in the hammock.