2T’s Hammock Chair

$45.00

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

Description

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).

Specifications:
Fabric – Sil Nylon
Width – 56″
Height – 65″

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 × 1 × 1 in
SKU DUT184

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  1. James Joslin

    The easiest part is not the chair part

    James Joslin (verified owner)

    Let me begin by saying that this is most versatile piece of equipment I own, hands down. It’s a great product, but nowhere is there instructions on a proper hang for chair mode. Took me a little over 2 hours, which is ridiculous seeing as I own a Chameleon Complete system. Also, if you’re unsure about suspension just get the beetle-buckle with sewn-in clips. Whoopie Slings are cool, but nowhere near long enough for thicker trees.

    Dutch, a video showing proper hanging angle/tips and tricks (I keep sliding down plus getting leg pinch while sitting) for the chair would be great, as it shouldn’t take 2+ hours to get a proper hang on this.

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