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About Byer of Maine Traveller Lite Hammock

Closeouts. Superlight, Byer of Maine's Traveller Lite hammock is made of durable parachute silk and includes a storage bag for quick packing.


Specs about Byer of Maine Traveller Lite Hammock

  • Material: Polyester
  • Weight: 10.8 oz.
  • Dimensions: 108x54"
  • Made in China


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4.000000 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 17 reviews

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Reviewed by Eric from Ohio on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
It's lightweight, very pink, packs up small, and would be very easy to travel with anywhere.
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  • Reviewed by Eric from Ohio on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
    It's lightweight, very pink, packs up small, and would be very easy to travel with anywhere.
  • Reviewed by Olev Olevipoeg from Minnesota on Monday, March 24, 2014
    This is the perfect choice for a light weight hammock to take on your trip.
  • Reviewed by Suz from New York on Thursday, March 6, 2014
    Awesome hammocks for the price. Backpack hiker/campers. Perfect to get us off the ground. Love that the pouch attaches to the outside of the backpack! Can't wait to use them this year.
  • Reviewed by Carowack from Virginia on Sunday, December 22, 2013
    It really is just basically a slip of parachute fabric.
    Incredibly lightweight and easy to pack in the attached bag, even with suspension ropes and all.
    It does not come with a suspension system, but it's so easy to make one for it.
    Just buy a few feet of webbing for each side (I went with 5ft of climbing grade webbing on each end) and get a couple of sturdy cinch buckles or metal rings to adjust the length.
    Dr. Hammock on YouTube shows you how to set it up really easily with a few simple knots and tricks.
    The hammock was $7 through STP and the suspension system I made for myself cost $12, which is a sweet deal compared to ENO hammocks and hanging systems.
    My only complaint with this hammock was the length.
    This hammock feels too short.
    I am very tall for a girl though, and I am thinking now I might've done better with a double-sized hammock.
    Word of warning: this is not a good hammock to use if you intent to attempt cold weather hammocking.
    It is not quite long enough to easily fit a sleeping pad in, which makes it difficult to insulate well.
    I had to double up sleeping bags in 28 degree weather and was still half frozen in the morning.
    Probably my own fault for camping in November in a hammock.
    Oh well!
    Can't wait to use this in the summertime!
  • Reviewed by paddleOARnothin from Sarasota FL on Friday, November 29, 2013
    Gift for my nephew when he goes camping.

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About Byer of Maine

Founded in 1880 in Bangor, Maine by a Russian immigrant family, Byer of Maine began as a textile and slipper manufacturing company. Forty-five years later, the company relocated to Orono, Maine and began producing folding, wood-frame cots, many of which were used by the US military during WWII and The Korean War. Today, Byer of Maine cots and camp furniture, including Byer of Maine hammocks, are considered among the best in the outdoor recreation industry. Thanks to Byer of Maine hammocks, cots and camp furniture, staying comfortable in the great outdoors is easier than ever.