The Bivymok is provides a tent mode to the Multimok platform hammock. It comes with a tent pole, upgraded suspension, bug netting, and rain fly. It’s designed to snap on to the Multimok, but it can also be used on its own as a two-person shelter.
The Multimok is a multi-point hammock that can be pitched in a number of ways thanks to the dozens of connection points around the perimeter. Unlike other platform hammocks, the Multimok doesn’t require ratchet straps and can be configured in a number of ways.
Amok has just released their newest hammock in their lineup, the Draumr XL. Built off the foundation of their award-winning Draumr, the XL is longer, roomer, and sports a few other features maximum comfort. The hammock design is a unique hybrid, starting with its 90-degree lay off the hang point.
The Outdoor Adventure View, or OAV Tarp, is a budget-minded nylon rain fly that can be used with hammocks, tarp camping, or on its own as a sun shade. It’s ideal when pitched as a rectangular tarp, but it can be turned as a diamond for extended side coverage.
Amok Equipment’s been updating their lineup of gear and recently released their own insulated, inflatable pad to match their Draumr 90-degree hammock. They sent me a sample to review and test with the Draumr hammock.
I’ll admit that I’m one of those geeks who often lays out my gear on the floor for pre-trip planning and organizing. As a visual person, it’s helpful for me to see everything and make sure I’m not forgetting anything.The Trip Tarp fulfills that need.
Outdoor Vitals is a Utah-based gear manufacturer who has come out with a selection of hammock-specific gear items. I was able to test their Solo Plus hammock, diamond tarp, and multi-function bug net over the past few weeks.