DD hammocks – Frontline Hammock

Getting used to being in the hammock comes quickly. It’s easy to adjust your position and raise/lower your legs a bit to get comfy, and you can shuffle back and forth to let the material give you support where you want it. And if you’re sat up and want to read at night, there’re little hanging loops for your light. I got used to it after an hour or so of playing and I’ve fallen asleep in it many a time now – some intentionally! The swinging cocoon feeling just makes me nod off!

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Robens – Mythos Solo 1-man Tent

Robens Mythos Solo is a 1-man tent with just enough room for a little gear alongside yourself. The advantage of such a small tent is that, when packed down, it’s roughly the size of a 2 litre coke bottle, and just a little over half the weight (1.35kg). This is obviously a very good thing if you’re travelling alone and especially where weight-saving is a major issue.

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