Banyan Bridge Body

$160.00

Introducing the Banyan Bridge Hammock! Created from the influence of the our very own Chameleon hammock. The Banyan is a modular bridge hammock that will adapt as you hike through the seasons. It can be a netless, netted, or have a top cover. We incorporated two ridgelines to give you a spacious feel on the inside and making sure you have a consistent hang every time.

Weight Limit: 250lbs
Maximum Height: 6’3″

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Introducing the Banyan Bridge Hammock! Created from the influence of the our very own Chameleon Hammock. The Banyan is a modular bridge hammock that adapts as you hike through the seasons. It can be netless, netted, or have a top cover. We incorporated two ridgelines which gives you a spacious feel on the inside as well as insuring you have a consistent hang every time.

Weight Limit: 250lbs
Maximum Height: 6’3″

Banyan Bridge Body: 

We started off by making the body out of our very own Hexon 1.6 fabric. It has a great strength to weight ratio and is offered in a variety of colors. We incorporated our patent pending two-way separating zippers that will give you the flexibility to not only change out your top covers, but to enter and exit from either side of your hammock. Also included are the internal and external D-Rings for attaching additional storage items.

Banyan Bridge Tops:


The Banyan has three different top options. Going topless is the first option which creates your netless bridge hammock. This is perfect if you want to save weight or take it easy just lounging around. Our next option is the Nano-no-seeum bug net which keeps you protected from the smallest of biting insects. Lastly we have the Banyan top cover which is meant to be used for chilly nights as it helps to keep heat in, while allowing condensation to vent out.  Both top options zipper into the Banyan’s zipper track.

Hardware:


Our strong, lightweight titanium Bridge Bones were designed specifically for the Banyan Bridge hammock. Spliced onto the dog bones, their function is to hold both ridgelines in place.  In all four corners of the bridge hammock you will find Bridge Hammock Ends. They are a multi-purpose piece of hardware that connect to the hammock, hold the spreader bars, attach the dog bones, and keep your under quilt in place.

Ridgeline and Dog Bones:


Both are uniquely designed for our Banyan Bridge hammock. The ridgelines are made out of 1.75mm gray Lash-It!® with a 1″ fixed eye on either end. They connect to the bridge bones which are fastened to the dog bones on either end. We made the ridgelines removable so you can switch out tops and change out accessories. Having both ridgelines incorporated in your bridge hammock gives you ample interior space as well as providing a consist hang every time.
For our Dog Bones we used 7/64 Amsteel and each end has a 1.5″ fixed eye. The dog bones are completely removable and can be replaced down the road if needed. Bridge bones are integrated on all four dogs bones as a secure way to keep your ridgelines in place.

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All accessories clip onto the hammock body’s D-rings. The accessories we offer are, a head organizer, foot pocket, ridgeline shelf, and a ridgeline shelf organizer; all of which are made specifically for the Banyan Bridge. The already existing Chameleon storage pocket and bottle holder are universal to both hammocks.

Specifications:
Weight Limit – 250lbs
Maximum Height – 6’3″
Dimensions – 80″L, 38″W (head end), 28″W (foot end)
Fabric – Hexon 1.6
Included with hammock body – dog bones, 2 – 110″ ridgelines, Ti Bridge Bones, 4 – Bridge hammock ends, double ended stuff sack, head and foot end poles.

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  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

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    jsbrend2003

    Will you be releasing thi g in a heavier fabric for heavier ppl? I’m 295 ibs and 6’3. Will heavier weight fabrics be a future option?

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    cvkealey

    Let’s say I have am existing 11′ netless hammock. Would it be possible to have it converted to a Banyan? Would standard or wide make a difference? Would it even be cost effective to convert vs buying new?

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