Tentsile Tree Tents
Try to name a few common headaches of sleeping in a tent and they'll likely all point to one problem: the ground. Rocky surfaces make it tough to pick a suitable spot while runoff from rain can seep in from below—and don’t forget about snakes and...
Buriti and Cotton Hammocks
Brooklyn-based Incausa continues to work relentlessly on their mission to financially support, empower and preserve indigenous tribes in Brazil via unique social business endeavors. They are now working with the Yawalapiti for the first time, after...
This isn't your typical hammock. UK-based Tentsile's 80 square foot Trillium model comfortably fits three adults and bears a maximum weight of 880 pounds. Utilizing seatbelt material and a high-strength ratchet system, the Trillium sets up in minutes...
Vineyard Haven Hammock
For the serious lounger, slip into one of these high-quality hammocks, handwoven by artisans in rural northern Thailand using yarn that's as soft as cashmere—which also repels mildew and mold, is fade-proof and guaranteed to not fall apart—meaning...
Part hammock and part suspended sleeping bag, Fatboy's Headdemock makes you feel like you're lying on a gigantic pillow for your al fresco (or indoor) siesta. Non-woven mesh—available in a wide variety of colors—keeps things cool and comfortable.
Amok's Draumr, the Tent-Hammock Hybrid
There's no better time to hit the outdoors for a bit of peace and quiet than the early stages of summer. Tourist hotspots aren't yet (completely) overrun and the warm weather still has novelty on its side. If you're trying to catch your share of...
Bringing their "floating on water" sensation to a classic hammock, fifth-generation mattress builders Hästens make a compelling argument for mellowing out this summer. Covered in iconic blue-and-white check fabric, the Hästens hammock is...