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Montem Hammock
Montem Hammock

Fly-Napple & Chill Camping Hammock

ColorPineapple (Black/Gold)

The Fly-Nappe & Chill Hammock, made out of robust 75D Nylon, is your new favorite companion and gets shipped to you ready for use!

  • Blending ripstop 75D Nylon with tactical grade ropes and 12kN carabiners
  • Easily remove from the pouch and tie your hammock up for a nice lounge – it’s that easy!
  • 99.2% of buyers said they were satisfied
  • We guarantee your gear will last you a lifetime

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Product Description

Material: 75D Nylon
Size: Single Hammock
Dimensions (in.): 110 x 55
Dimensions (cm.): 28o x 140
Strength: 500lbs
Stuff Sack Size (in.): 7 x 6 x 4
Stuff Sack Size (cm.): 17.8 x 15.2 x 10.2
Ultra Sturdy: Yes
Included Carabiner Strength: 12kN
Included Rope Length: 2 ropes are included measuring 10′ each
Weight (oz): 14
Weight (g): 397
The Montem Fly Napple Chill Camping Hammock.

Included will be one Montem Hammock, two (2) ready-to-go carabiners, and two (2) 10 foot length tactical grade ropes!

Montem Hammocks are built to last, made of 75D Nylon you can be sure this bad boy won’t let you down! This hammock is a work horse and can comfortably hold 500lbs.

This Montem Hammock is the perfect addition to your outdoor experience. Let Montem be your one stop shop – we include EVERYTHING you need to get started in one pouch.


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Bought this for my 10 year old niece. Nice quality product with a beautiful print. It has all you need to set it up and very compact for travel and storing it. The price is right for this one.

Toree Warfield

I've been camping for years and I have a long-time camping buddy who would always bring this gigantic hammock--poles, ropes, weighed about 30 lbs, took up so much room.... It took him at least 1/2 hour to set up. I thought that's what hammocks were and that's not my thing, even though I love to lie in one.
Then I discovered this hammock. It's light, comes in a small package (smaller than a football, larger than a soft ball) and EASY to set up! It took me about two minutes to set up. Then, once you lie in it, you don't ever want to get out!
Plus the design is pleasant to look at (who doesn't love flowers?!) and blends in with the forest surroundings.
Love it!

Ruben L.

Good quality as expected, easy to use and packing too.

Mike S.

I like the design and quality for the price. Didn't realize it already came with carabiners!

Frequently Asked Questions


Are camping hammocks worth it?

Camping hammocks offer many fantastic benefits for outdoor enthusiasts. The best camping hammocks are lightweight and comfortable and are easy to pack and carry when out hiking or camping. When using a camping hammock, you won’t need to worry about finding level ground to set up. Your bed will be attached to a tree by tree straps, ensuring you’re elevated and can avoid crawling insects or other animals on the ground that could potentially disturb your sleep. You’ll also find it good to hear that double hammocks are available for two people. So you and your special someone can snuggle up in a double hammock when out on your outdoor adventure.

Is it better to camp in a tent or hammock?

Hammock camping is very comfortable as you won’t need to worry about uncomfortable rocks and sticks on the ground, a hammock is lighter to carry than a tent, and you’ll stay warmer and dryer in a hammock than in a tent. Whether it’s better to sleep in a tent or a hammock overnight will depend on your location and the activities you’re planning to do, but hammock camping definitely offers some fantastic benefits over tent camping.

Is a hammock warmer than a tent?

It’s generally warmer to sleep in a hammock than in a tent. Unlike when you sleep on a sleeping pad or mattress on the ground in a tent, when you sleep in a camp hammock, you’ll be elevated so you won’t need to be insulated from the cold and damp ground.

What are the different styles of camping hammocks?

There are many different styles of camping and tent hammocks to choose from. Most hammocks for camping are similar to other hammocks, but have a flatter sleeping bottom, can be rigged up in trees, and have a variety of different accessories available. You can get them with full tops, mosquito netting, and even a rain fly. Some brands even have tree-hugging options, so you will never damage the tree bark. They also come with support ropes that you attach to the ground to provide stability and support. They also have plenty of room for one or two people, as well as all your gear.

What is the difference between a rope hammock and a fabric hammock?

Rope hammocks conform to the contours of any body shape and are usually made of nylon or cotton fibers. Because rope hammocks are loosely woven, they let the air circulate the body and are a great choice for hot summer days. They are also sturdy enough to support most weights, and the art of balancing in a rope hammock sometimes provides added entertainment.

Although a rope hammock is a great choice for some, most people find fabric hammocks to be more comfortable. Fabric camping hammocks are softer and seem to provide a more stable surface. Fabric hammocks can also be made of stylish or colorful materials that match any décor. Camping hammocks made from fabric have often received a mildew-resistant treatment, which makes them withstand the weather extremely well.

Rope hammocks are usually a little less expensive than fabric hammocks, but people should consider more than price when purchasing. Both rope and fabric hammocks may be found in styles with staves or spreader bars or in styles without them. This is a matter of personal preference.

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