A relaxing way to take a nap in the mountains or even at home is with a hammock. I had the chance to review the Top Rope Hammock and I was thrilled to do so. I took this tightly packed hammock with me camping to give it a try.
The first thing I noticed was how tightly it was packed. It comes all packed initially I thought to myself that there was no way I would be able to stuff this hammock back in this tiny bag. Upon opening the hammock, I quickly realized that the back was attached to the hammock. This was very convenient because knowing my luck, I would have easily misplaced the bag.
The next thing was the straps. I didn't know what to expect for my first hammock review. I had never thought about purchasing a hammock for my camping or hiking adventures. I thought that the straps would have been more complicated for some reason. The straps on the Top Rope Hammock were very simple to adjust and fit it to your need. The hammock itself has carabiners on each end and the straps have loops so you can adjust the length. It made adjustments very easy and simple to use.
The material is very light weight which makes it perfect for the warm weather because it will keep you cool. While it is a lighter material, that lead me to question its durability. Luckily I had some help with this portion of the test. I wasn't able to get any pictures of it because we were having too much fun, but I had my nieces and nephews using it as a swing. As you probably guessed, the swing was being jumped into and out of. I thought the material would rip for sure but it held strong.
Make sure to shoot them an email if you have any questions. They are very new so send Joey an email and let him know I sent you!
As with all reviews on High Country Bowhunter, the following review is my honest opinion, I received the Top Rope Hammock free of charge and agreed to provide a review in exchange. I am not sponsored by or associated with Top Rope Hammocks and accepting no other compensation, monetary or otherwise, in exchange for this review. My independent status may change in the future but, as of the date of publication, no relationship other than described above has been pursued or established.