Can you share the web link to the Walmart hammock. I can't find this particular hammock. Found the Grand Trunk "pink collection" but not this one.
Water resistant to keep you safe and dry...? What about water that falls down? Wouldn't that just create a hammock sized pool
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I'm just waiting for one of the creative folks on here to find a way to combine a tent fan, hydration bladder, and some gravity based trickery to make the first solar hammock hot tub out of this - all for under $50.
I had missed reading this thread when it was first posted. I just happened across these hammocks at my local Wal-Mart today and bought one. Being a NOOB with only 3 hrs experience in my HH so far this one looked quick and easy to set up for a back yard hang. WOW! WOW! I am LOVING THIS hammock. I still have a lack of trees in the back yard issue, but used the faithfull trampoline on one end and a Bradford Pear on the other. For a back yard hang it's great! I don't think I will take it into the woods, but it's gonna help my daughter I get a hang for the hang.
There is NOTHING like looking thru tree branches at the blue sky!
I bought one as a spare to loan to a scout looking to try hanging...loaned it out this weekend to a new leader. He slept well, but reported it may have been too short for him to get a comfortable position in it...regardless, great find, and a new hanger was born!
Sidebar: I replaced the suspension with whoopies and tree straps (just couldn't help myself). It was tough getting the hammock, even without the suspension back into the ENO-style bag.
The only hammocks I found at Wally World, were the ones that look like fishing net and have the crossbars. They had about a dozen on the discount shelf