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Hennessy Hammock Review
Major companies lend their name to provide powerful testimonials for Hennessy hammocks. The reason is that they know what an amazing product this is and they want other people to experience the joy of sleeping in a Hennessy. Millions of people love adventure and enjoy outdoor excursions such as mountain biking, cross-country skiing, mountain climbing, canoeing, and so on. If you are one of those people, read what one corporation had to say about Hennessy and why this should be the one item you never do without.

For instance, Field & Stream gave Hennessy Expedition Hammock the 4th Annual Best of the Best Award. This award is prestigious and not just handed out to anyone. The reason this honor was given to Hennessy is that this particular hammock only weighs 2 1/4 pounds yet is an awesome survival tent. In fact, this little hammock that does not look like much is specially designed for rocky or wet environments. Whether sleeping at night or taking an afternoon nap, the Hennessy hammock will provide you with the ultimate experience. For one, this hammock is designed with a special "rainfly" as well as built in netting to keep annoying bugs out. Therefore, you are getting a quality hammock/tent that is lightweight, durable, comfortable, and keeps you dry and bitten-free. Best of all, you can climb off your bike or get out of your canoe and have your Hennessy set up in just a few minutes. All you have to do is stretch the hammock between two lines and you are set to go. But wait, there is still more!

Although the Hennessy can be set up using two trees like you would do for the traditional hammock, you can also pitch this hammock tent without trees. How? Simply by pitching the 6' x 10' kite-shaped fly as a tarp. Additionally, you do not have to spend hours trying to find the perfect spot on the ground where it is dry and rock-free. The Hennessy can literally be pitched anywhere. People who travel in South or Central America have also discovered the Hennessy has yet another benefit. When sleeping in this hammock tent, you avoid the danger of more than 12,000 different species of spiders and close to 20 poisonous snakes from climbing in to sleep with you.

If you have ever been to the rainforest in these regions then you know that it has its name for a reason - it rains - a lot! Getting wet and then having to sleep that way is not just cold but downright miserable. Since the material of the Hennessy along with the special design keep the rain out, you can enjoy the beauty of the rainforest knowing that at night you will be 100% comfortable and dry. The only consideration, when buying the Hennessy Ultralight Backpacker is that you do need to spend some practice time for getting in and out. Although not terribly difficult, it is a feat to be mastered. The only other drawback is that if you find yourself in windy conditions, because the hammock pushes the insulation halfway around the hammock tent, you might get a little chilly. If you plan to sleep outdoors in temperatures of 40 degrees or less, you should add a pad or heat-reflecting blanket specially designed for this situation, to the bottom of your hammock. You will be amazed at how much that helps to keep you warm. If you love the outdoors but like to sleep well, Hennessy offers everything you need.
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