Hammock Camping. Illustrated.

Completely re-written with all-new sections covering everything from suspension systems, hammock stands, staying dry, warm, and bug free, along with setting up hammocks indoors.

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GEAR REVIEWS

Read the latest gear reviews and get the inside scoop on all things hammock related.

HAMMOCK TIPS

Get up-to-date tips and tricks on how to make the most out of your hammock, whether indoors or out.

ILLUSTRATIONS

The hallmark of The Ultimate Hang are the easy-to-understand illustrations. You’ll find technical drawings and step-by-step images to break down the most complex ideas.

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Review – Outdoor Adventure View Tarp

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ABOUT THE ULTIMATE HANG

Derek Hansen

Derek Hansen is a lightweight backpacker, former Scoutmaster, and “hammock enthusiast” who enjoyed his first hammock hang at age 14 at a Boy Scout high adventure base. When he’s not out testing outdoor gear, he enjoys reading and spending time with his family.

FAVORITE HAMMOCK STYLE

I prefer gathered-end style hammocks for their simplicity and modularity.

PRO TIP

Pitching a hammock too tight is recipe for failure. Get a good sag and lay diagonally. For gathered-end hammocks, this is the best way to ensure an ergonomically flat lay that offers supreme comfort.

REGARDING INSULATION

Never underestimate the importance of good insulation in a hammock, especially underneath. I prefer down under quilts, but started with pads in the beginning. Even on hot nights, a light fleece can make all the difference.

PHILOSOPHY

I’m a minimalist at heart and prefer simple, lightweight gear for my preferred hobby: backpacking. I’m always looking for hammock gear that delights me with an innovative approach.

Praise for The Ultimate Hang

Don’t take our word for it – here’s what others are saying:

A fast, interesting, and excellent read. The illustrations really add to both reading enjoyment and clarity. The Ultimate Hang will enhance the hammock hanging experience of novice and veteran hangers alike.

Jack Tier and Jack Myers

Jacks R Better, LLC

If you want to invigorate your backpacking experience and sleep consistently in or on any terrain then this book will give you all the gathered intel on the wonders of hanging cradled in comfort…It is a truly a right goodie!

Sean “Shug” Emery

SHUG

Simply amazing! If you are new to hammock camping, already love hammock camping, or just simply want to spread the word, this book is a must have.

Adam Hurst

HammockGear.com

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