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Wilderness, or jungle, hammocks are hammocks to the extreme. Whether you use them on a backpacking trip or permanently affix it in a wooded part of your property, these hammocks will offer the durability and comfort that you demand. Moreover, these hammocks are designed to be used under certain extreme conditions and can sometimes be used to replace tents as shelters or wraps.

One hammock maker encourages owners to submit photos of their hammocks being used around the world. Judging from the photos already submitted - everything from the African bush to the Swiss Alps - these hammocks can work wherever you can bring them. Many of the stories that are attached with these photos provide some interesting uses for these hammocks.

One of the key distinctions of a wilderness hammock is the covering. The covering protects from rain and snow and also can protect from insects and mosquitoes and other critters. It also can help to protect a person from the wind for some thermal hammocks. These hammocks are especially helpful if there are dangerous animals on the ground like snakes or scorpion, or spiders.

The material of these types of hammocks is durable enough to survive outdoor use. It is waterproof since it provides a canopy for the user. Moreover the hammock material sometimes is good enough to protect the user from cold and wind. This material is often resembles Gortex of other waterproof material.
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