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2T’s Hammock Chair

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This is your swiss army knife of backpacking chairs. This super versatile hammock chair is light weight, durable and it packs small.

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This is your swiss army knife of backpacking chairs. This super versatile hammock chair is light weight, durable and it packs small.

Lighter fabric has weight limit of 225 pounds and has total weight of about 10 oz (this weight includes regular full suspension kit, weight will vary depending on suspension chosen).

Can be used in all sorts of ways:
-Hammock Chair
-Pack Cover
-Undercover
-Mini Tarp
-Gear Hammock
-Hammock Bench
-Bushcraft Chair
-Water Bin
-Wash Bin
-Ground Cloth

What is included based on option chosen:
– UBC Fabric Body
– Whoopie Slings Only
– Continuous Loops Only
– Whoopie Hook Full Suspension Kit = 4′ Tree Huggers, Whoopie Slings, Continuous loops,  and Whoopie Hooks
– No Suspension = Fabric Body Only

**If you are unsure of suspension options choose one of the full suspension kits for a complete ready to hang setup**

Other colors may be available for an additional fee. Please contact us for custom color choices.

Additional information

Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 in
SKU 2TS003

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Rick Dicks

    5 out of 5

    Rick Dicks

    This is an awesome product. Great design and a quality buildThis is an awesome product. Great design and a quality build. Has an integrated stuff sack so it’s never lost. Drawstrings so you can snug it down around your pack. Light but strong, it packs down to about the size of an orange. Very multi-use. This will be on my must-take list for every hike.

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  2. Chris

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    Admin Chris

    What kind of fabric is UBC?

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      The UBC normally uses silnylon fabric. However, if you wanted it made out of different fabric we can always do custom work.

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  3. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Deno

    5 out of 5

    Deno (verified owner)

    Brilliant designSpeaking of brilliant, my coworkers were all kinds of jealous as I lounged in my 2T’s to view today’s eclipse! It packs down to pocket-size (in its own pocket), weighs next to nothing, covers your pack (and/or YOU) in the rain, and is comfy as all get-out. Super versatile, reasonably priced, fantastic workmanship. This “pack cover” (the least of its uses for me) comes highly recommended – GET IT!

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  4. slbear

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    Admin slbear

    What is the size of this as sewn?

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      admin

      admin

      Roughly 58″ wide by 62″ long when laid flat.

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  5. MarkEddington

    Question

    Admin MarkEddington

    Can this hammock chair be made in the Hexon 1.6 or 2.4 fabric or a fabric that can support a higher amount weight for bigger guys?

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      Yes we can make it in a 1.6 or 2.4 however you will loose some of the versatility of the chair as this can double as a pack cover. We have also done a double layer to keep the chair waterproof and it will increase the weight limit on the chair. However this will also increase the over weight of the chair as you now have two layers of fabric.

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  6. james202

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    james202

    What are the unfolded dimensions?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      It will be 58″wide by 65″long

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  7. One person found this helpful
    Fred Eoff

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    Fred Eoff

    Have you tried sleeping in this chair? I sleep better sitting up and this looks really intriguing.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      It is not recommended but you are more than welcome to try it.

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  8. 99riverman

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    99riverman

    I’d like to know what you would recommend for the lightest and cheapest options for suspension. What should I purchase in addition to the chair to hang on your average size trees while keeping it lightweight as possible?

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    • 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
      DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      I would recommend going with the whoopie sling suspension and then you can purchase the spider 1.5 webbing and do a marlin spike hitch.

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  9. culsince1981

    5 out of 5 Swiss Knife of Hammocks

    culsince1981 (verified owner)

    I just came back from a backpacking trip in Yosemite and I added this as my one luxury item. It ended up being a very useful all purpose accessory and will now be permanently in my gear list. I originally thought to bring this as my possible shower (only use it did NOT get). Day one we got caught in an unexpected hailstorm and downpour. All weather reports were for clear skies the entirety of our trip, so this quickly became a pack cover and it worked really well. The next night we ended up camped on a ridge and I used this as an extension to my tarp to keep out the draft. It was also used as a water bucket to share some water that we needed to filter and then finally it saw one use as a chair for a lunch break trail nap.

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