Hammock Comparison Chart
Curious which hammock to buy and don’t know where to start? We get it. There are literally hundreds of options out there, and it’s all a bit confusing if you’re just getting started.
That’s why we created the World’s Greatest (Only?) Hammock Comparison Chart.
There are a lot of options in this chart, and it might seem overwhelming at first glance. But don’t worry. This handy dandy hammock table is easy to sort to help digest the options or search for something specific if you already know what you’re looking for.
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This chart focuses on hiking, camping, and backpacking hammocks. It includes all of your well-known, reputable companies and each of their signature hammock offerings. Of course there are even more (!) types of hammocks than what’s on this list, and we’ve got you covered there, too.
Maybe you need something for your backyard or your cat? (Hey, no judgement. I totally own one.) A hammock for kids? Maybe you want a folding hammock you can take to the park and car camping, or more of a foot sling for an airplane? Maybe it’s a friend’s neighbor’s brother’s birthday and you have budget for a hammock under $50? Very doable. Maybe it’s a hammock for a child? Or winter hammock camping?
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We’ve also included a bit more background on each of these companies: who they are, what they’re known for, who their products are best for, and so on. This should give you a little more insight and guidance as you’re considering what’s right for you.
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|ENO||Hammock DoubleNest®||$69.95||Solid colors and prints||Double person,|
up to 400 lbs
|9' x 6'6"||19 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||Big enough for two and palatial for one, the top-selling DoubleNest reigns supreme and stands the test of time.|
|ENO||DoubleNest® Hammock Prints||$79.75||Prints only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||9' x 6'6"||19 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||Let our new prints take suspended comfort to the next level of form and function.|
|ENO||SkyLoft™ Hammock||$129.95||Solid colors only||Single person, |
up to 250 lbs
|7' x 3'||46 oz||NewWave™ Nylon and DAC Aluminum Alloy||Relax flat or reclined, you decide.|
|ENO||SingleNest® Hammock||$49.95||Solid colors only||Single person, |
up to 400 lbs
|9' x 4'10"||16 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||Perfect for backpacking, but robust enough for backyard luxury, the SingleNest is the go-to for any occasion.|
|ENO||DoubleDeluxe™ Hammock||$84.95||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||9' x 8'4"||26 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||Be the King or Queen of your hammock kingdom with the spacious DoubleDeluxe.|
|ENO||DoubleNest LED™ Hammock||$49.95||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||9' x 6'6"||24 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||Bring the party wherever you hang with the DoubleNest LED hammocks integrated light system.|
|ENO||SuperSub™ Ultralight Hammock||$84.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||9' x 6'6"||09.8 oz||30D ripstop nylon||With the SuperSub you have all of the ENO creature comforts in a 9.8 oz trail ready package.|
|ENO||Sub6™ Ultralight Hammock||$69.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||9' x 4'||05.8 oz||30D ripstop nylon||The ultralight Sub6 embodies the true spirit of lightweight camping with an impressive 5.8oz body.|
|L.L. Bean||Camping Double Hammock||$69.95||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||Not specified||32 oz||70D nylon taffeta||This durable camping hammock provides a lightweight, packable alternative to a tent. It can be hung quickly with the included hanging straps and carabiners.|
|Grand Trunk Goods||TRUNKTECH™ Hammock||$59.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 500lbs||11' x 4'10"||11.7 oz||Proprietary 40D 1.1 oz Diamond Ripstop Nylon||TRUNKTECH™ is purposefully built and technology driven to deliver unparalleled softness, strength, and breathability that even the most rugged of travelers will appreciate.|
|Grand Trunk Goods||Hammock TRUNKTECH™||$69.95||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 500 lbs||11' x 6'6"||15.5 oz||Proprietary 40D 1.1 oz Diamond Ripstop Nylon||TRUNKTECH™ is purposefully built and technology driven to deliver unparalleled softness, strength, and breathability that even the most rugged of travelers will appreciate.|
|Grand Trunk Goods||Parachute Nylon Hammock Double||$69.95||Solid colors and prints||Double person, up to 400 lbs||10’6” x 6’6”||28 oz||210T 70D parachute nylon|
|Grand Trunk Goods||Skeeter Beeter XT Mosquito Net Hammock||$89.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 400 lbs||10’6” x 5’||34 oz||Parachute nylon||Integrated No-See-Um mosquito netting keeps the insects away with this lightweight and ultra packable hammock.|
|Grand Trunk Goods||Skeeter Beeter Mosquito Net Hammock||$89.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 400 lbs||10’6” x 5’||35 oz||210T 70D parachute nylon|
|Grand Trunk Goods||Ultralight Starter Hammock||$29.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||9'6" x 4'6"||12 oz||King Rhombic ripstop polyester||This ultralight hammock is the perfect "starter" hammock. Light on both your backpack and wallet, this hammock will help you turn the ordinary into epic.|
|Grand Trunk Goods||Single Parachute Nylon Hammock||$49.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 400 lbs||10’6” x 5’||20 oz||210T 70D parachute nylon||With this lightweight parachute hammock, you can head to the nearest state park or venture as far as your backyard.|
|Coalatree||Grandview Hammock and Escalante Hammock||$59.00||Prints only||Single person, up to 450 lbs||8' x 4.5'||13.4 oz||Parachute nylon||A lightweight, packable hammock that comes with everything you need to start lounging.|
|Coalatree||Wanderer Double Hammock||$64.00||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 600 lbs||9.5' x 6'||24.6 oz||Parachute nylon||With triple-stitched seams and included ropes for hanging, the Wanderer Hammock is ready to go.|
|Coalatree||Loafer Single Hammock||$39.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 400 lbs||9' x 4'6"||13.4 oz||Parachute nylon||A lightweight, packable hammock that comes with everything you need to start lounging.|
|Wise Owl Outfitters||DoubleOwl Hammock||$36.95||Solid colors; two color combos||Double person, up to 500 lbs||10' x 6'6"||30 oz||210T parachute nylon||Tree straps and carabiners are included with this hammock making set up a breeze.|
|Wise Owl Outfitters||Featherlight / Ultra Light Hammock With Tree Straps||$37.49||Solid colors; two color combos||Single person, up to 500 lbs||9' x 4'6"||14.5 oz||210T parachute nylon||Tree straps and carabiners are included with this hammock making set up a breeze.|
|Wise Owl Outfitters||Owlet Kids Hammock & Gear Sling||$20.95||Solid colors; two color combos||Single person, up to 500 lbs||6' x 3'6"||19.4 oz||210T parachute nylon||Designed specifically for kids and made of extra soft yet strong material.|
|Wise Owl Outfitters||SingleOwl Hammock||$26.95||Solid colors; two color combos||Single person, up to 500 lbs||9' x 4'6"||22.5 oz||210T parachute nylon||Tree straps and carabiners are included with this hammock making set up a breeze.|
|Lawson Hammock||Blue Ridge Camping Hammock||$199.00||Solid color||Single person, up to 275 lbs||7.5' x 3'6"||79 oz||Rip-stop and poly pack; waterproof rip-stop nylon rain fly (polyethylene coated to 1000mm)||Patented design with spreader bar and arch pole system keeping the hammock flat, with a built in no-see-um bug net and attachable rainfly.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Cub||$69.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 120 lbs||9' x 4'10"||42 oz||70d nylon hammock with 70d polyester fly and 900lb polyester ropes||The smallest camping and survival shelter for kids.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Scout||$99.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 200 lbs||9.3' x 4'11"||38 oz||70d nylon hammock with 70d polyester fly and 1200lb polyester ropes||Small hammock for budget camping and a survival shelter with all the features for young adventurers.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Leaf Lounger||$69.95||Soild color||Single person, up to 250 lbs||9' x 4'10"||19 oz||70d nylon taffeta||For lazy Sundays with a book in the backyard.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Ultralite Backpacker||$219.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 200 lbs||9'10" x 4'11"||31 oz||70d nylon hammock with 20d silnylon fly and 1200lb spectra ropes||Medium-size, compact hammock. A favorite on the long trails.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Expedition||$149.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 250 lbs||9'10" x 4'11"||44 oz||70d nylon hammock with 70d silnylon fly and 1500lb polyester ropes||Medium-size bottom entry hammock that started the hammock camping revolution.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Deep Jungle||$289.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 250 lbs||10' x 4'11"||42 oz||30d ny-spec hammock with 30d silnylon fly and 1500lb spectra ropes||Medium-size premium double bottom hammock for the buggiest jungles on the planet.|
|Hennessy Hammock||4Season Expedition||$269.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 250 lbs||10' x 4'11"||64 oz||70d + 40d nylon hammock with 70d polyester fly and >1500lb polyester ropes||Medium-size hammock with double bottom that holds a foam insulation pad on the correct diagonal.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Explorer Ultralite XL||$249.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 250 lbs||10'10" x 4'11"||38 oz||70d nylon hammock with 70d silnylon fly and 1500lb spectra ropes||Large-size hammock, roomier than the Backpacker and lighter than the Expedition. Also available as XXL.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Explorer Deluxe XL||$189.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 300 lbs||10'10" x 4'11"||51 oz||140d nylon hammock with 70d polyester fly and 1800lb polyester ropes||Large-size hammock, built tough for emergency services.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Jungle Explorer XL||$259.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 300 lbs||11' x 4'11"||56 oz||40d x 2 nylon hammock with 70d polyster fly and 1800lb spectra ropes||Large-size double bottom hammock that holds a heat reflecting pad on the correct diagonal.|
|Hennessy Hammock||Deep Jungle XL||$319.95||Solid color||Single||11' x 4'11"||50 oz||30d ny-spec hammock with 30d silnylon fly and 1500lb polyester ropes||Large-size premium double bottom hammock for the buggiest jungles on the planet. Also available in XXL with single or double bottom.|
|Hennessy Hammock||4Season Explorer XL||$299.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 350 lbs||10'10' x 4'11"||89 oz||70d/40d nylon hammock with 70d polyester fly and 1800lb polyester ropes||Large-size double bottom hammock that holds a foam insulation pad on the correct diagonal.|
|Hennessy Hammock||4Season Survivorman XL||$319.95||Solid color||Single person, up to 350 lbs||10'10' x 4'11"||89 oz||1 layer of 70d nylon taffeta and 1 layer of 40d nylon taffeta with 30d polyester No-See-Um netting||Large-size double bottom hammock that holds a foam pad on the correct diagonal. Comes with a survival kit.|
|Tentsile||T-Mini2-Person Double Hammock||$150.00||Solid color||Double person, up to 485 lbs||10'7" x 10'7" x 9' (floor area 24sqft)||70.4 oz||45D nylon-polyester composite- reinforced by 12m+ of seatbelt||T-shaped, top-line hammock that comes with ratchets and straps. Designed to hang taut using three anchor points.|
|Tentsile||Trillium 6-Person Hammock||$399.00||Solid color||Six people (or 10 kids), up to 1200 lbs||19' x 19' x 19' (floor area 166sqft)||Pounds: 19.6||Heavy duty nylon-polyester mesh reinforced with 40+ metres of seatbelt||This largest and decidedly hard-core hammock is reinforced by 20+ metres of seat belt and secured by heavy-duty ratchets and webbing, accommodating up to 6 lounging adults in style and comfort.|
|Tentsile||Stingray 3-Person Tree Tent||$699.00||Solid color||Double person with gear or two kids, up to 880 lbs||Not specified||Unavailable||Rainfly: 5,000 hydrostatic head made from strong 204D nylon-composite fabric||Combines the comfort and versatility of a hammock, with the protection, security and multi-occupancy of a tent. The unique 3-point anchor system provides a taut and tensioned base. Comes with a waterproof rainfly and anti-roll straps keeping both people in place throughout the night.|
|Tentsile||Connect 2-Person Tree Tent||$499.00||Solid color||Double person with gear, up to 880 lbs||13' x 13' x 8'5" (floor area 65sqft)||Pounds: 18.3||250D inclined joint nylon-polyester composite - reinforced by 20m+ of seatbelt, with 210T PU coated polyester rainfly||Fully portable, yet durable, with extensive headroom, the Connect gives you a comfortable night under the stars and protection from the elements with no-see-um insect mesh. Four doors and 4' head height. Comes with poles, ratchets, straps, and pegs.|
|Tentsile||Flite 2-Person Tree Tent||$350.00||Solid color||Double person with gear, up to 485 lbs||10'7" x 10'7" x 9' (floor area 55sqft)||Pounds: 08.8||45D nylon-polyester composite- reinforced by 12m+ of seatbelt, with 210T PU coated polyester rainfly||Offers many of the lightweight benefits of the smaller UNA 1-Person Tree Tent, but with greater headroom and comfortable sleeping space for two adults and all their gear. Comes with insect mesh, waterproof rainfly, poles, ratchets, and straps.|
|Tentsile||Una 1-Person Tree Tent||$250.00||Solid color||Single person with gear, up to 330 lbs||5'2" x 9'6" x 9'6" (floor area 30sqft)||Pounds: 07.0||45D nylon-polyester composite- reinforced by 12m+ of seatbelt, with 210T PU coated polyester rainfly||Features a large hammock bed with pockets on each side, a full no-see-um insect mesh top, a fold-away door, and a removable rainfly for unbeatable views. Comes with poles, ratchets, and straps.|
|Tentsile||Stealth 3-Person Tree Tent||$599.00||Solid colors and prints||Three people and gear or double person with kids, up to 880 lbs||13'6" x 13'6" x 13'6"||Pounds: 21.6||240D inclined joint nylon-polyester composite floor reinforced with 20+m of seatbelt webbing||Central shelf tower to keep gear secure. Three separate entrances and one generous hammock berth per occupant gives everyone the ability to modulate ventilation in their own area of the interior cabin.|
|Bear Butt||Double Hammock||$34.99||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 500 lbs||10' x 6'||22 oz||75D nylon taffeta with 210 thread count|
|Bear Butt||Ultralight Hammock||$69.97||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||8'6" x 4'5"||07.4 oz||This ultra-compact design packs down to the size of a coffee cup and comes with two straps and carabiners.|
|Kammok||Roo Single Camping Hammock||$69.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 400 lbs||4'2" x 8'4"||10.2 oz||Gravitas™ 40D diamond ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing||Built for lightweight hammock camping, the Roo Single is portable, silky soft, and ready for adventure.|
|Kammok||Roo Single Ultralight Camping Hammock||$89.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||4'2" x 8'4"||05.6 oz||Levitas™ 20D ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing||Kammok's lightest camping hammock, suspended by an innovative toggle system and constructed with breathable fabric to minimize weight and maximize comfort.|
|Kammok||Roo Double Camping Hammock||$79.00||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 500 lbs||5'7" x 10'||18 oz||Gravitas™ 40D diamond ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing||Tear resistant and easily portable, the Roo Double sets the standard for comfortable hammock camping. Also available in XL.|
|Kammok||Roo Jr. Kids Camping Hammock||$49.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 400 lbs||7' x 4'2"||08.7 oz||Gravitas™ 40D diamond ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing||Built for camping and backyard play, the Roo Jr. is built for the smallest campers. Its tear-resistant and water-repellent fabric is ready for rough-and-tumble adventures.|
|Kammok||Mantis Hammock Tent||$229.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 500 lbs||10' x 4'7"||44 oz||Gravitas™ 40D nylon diamond ripstop DWR hammock with Dragonet™ mesh with Stargazer™ panel optimal contrast with night sky canopy, and a Patagium™ 15D nylon diamond ripstop nylon 1,500 PU/silicone/DWR rainfly.||With an integrated bug net and a built-in rainfly shelter, the Mantis will give you the ultimate hammock tent hang and protection.|
|Kammok||Mantis Ultralight Backpacking Hammock Tent||$259.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||10' x 4'8"||35 oz||Levitas™ 20D nylon diamond ripstop DWR hammock with Dragonet™ mesh with Stargazer™ panel optimal contrast with night sky canopy, and Patagium™ 15D nylon diamond ripstop nylon 1,500 PU/Silicone/DWR rainfly||Using the innovative Levitas™ fabric, the Mantis Ultralight™ is the lightest all-in-one hammock tent in its class.|
|Kammok||Sunda Tent Hammock||$399.00||Solid colors only||Single person||8'4" x 4'2"||81.7 oz||40D ripstop nylon w/ 2,000 mm PU hammock with 15D DWR ripstop nylon canopy, Nannoet™ 15D no-see-um mesh, and Lumos - 20D polyripstop w/ DWR 1,200 mm PU rainfly||The Sunda is a game-changing tent hammock, designed for any occasion and every terrain. Whether you're backpacking in the mountains or pitching camp in treeless meadows, it's a do-it-all shelter.|
|Trek Light Gear||Double Hammock||$69.95||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||10' x 6'6"||20 oz||70D / 210T tear resistant parachute nylon||Self-proclaimed "perfect hammock design," and they work with Trees For The Future to plant two trees for every hammock sold.|
|Flying Squirrel Outfitters||BaseCamp Hammocks||$114.94||Solid colors only||Double person or more, up to 600 lbs||21' x 12'||32 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta and steel carabiners||BaseCamp is a monstrosity of a hammock, designed for group hammocking in community spaces.|
|Flying Squirrel Outfitters||DoubleWing Hammocks||$59.94||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 450 lbs||9'9" x 6'6"||22 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||Designed for ultra-lightweight travel and versatility of use, this claims to be the first ever fully adjustable travel hammock. The adjustable pouch slides along the body of the hammock to create fabric tension, changing the size and shape of the hammock, giving you different ways to sway.|
|Flying Squirrel Outfitters||UltraWing Hammocks||$44.94||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||8'3" x 5'||11.0 oz||70D high tenacity nylon taffeta||For the weight conscious hammocker or backpacker.|
|Sea to Summit||Jungle Hammock Set||$199.95||Solid colors only||Single person||8'6" x 4'9"||27 oz||70D ripstop nylon fabric||The Jungle Hammock Set comes with straps attached with corrosion-resistant anodized 6061 aluminum buckles. What sets is apart is the no-see-um insect netting, ready for any outdoor adventure safe from the bugs. Add a tarp for a complete weather-proof, bug-proof system.|
|Sea to Summit||Pro Hammock Set||$79.95||Solid colors only||Single or double person, both hold up to 400 lbs||9' x 5'||19.7 oz||70D nylon fabric||The Pro Hammock Set includes straps, is compact and lightweight. Also available in double.|
|REI Co-op||Flash Air Hammock||$179.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 250 lbs||9'6" x 4'6"||45 oz||Ripstop nylon||A structured alternative to a gathered-end hammock, the REI Co-op Flash Air hammock packs light, sets up easy and provides a wide open sleeping area with a stowable bug net for protection.|
|Wildhorn||Outpost I||$39.99||Solid colors and prints||Single person, up to 400 lbs||10'8" x 5'||Unavailable||70D parachute nylon||The Outpost I hammock is big, strong and easy to use. Litespeed straps and integrated stuff sack make your adventures fast and easy. Infinitely adjustable, tree-friendly design.|
|Wildhorn||Outpost II||$49.99||Solid colors and prints||Double person, up to 400 lbs||10'8" x 6'6'||Unavailable||70D parachute nylon||The Outpost II hammock includes a Litespeed suspension system that has two 11-foot tree-friendly straps, genuine Amsteel anchor rope, and a cinch buckle that gives you fast, unlimited hanging options.|
|Therm-a-Rest||Slacker™ Single Hammock||$34.98||Solid colors and prints||Single person, up to 400 lbs||9'8" x 5'3"||20 oz||100% ripstop polyester||Slack off in style with a uniquely soft polyester fabric that feels great next to your skin and offers a subtle, yet functional stretch that eliminates the pressure points of nylon.|
|Therm-a-Rest||Slacke™ Double Hammock||$39.98||Solid colors and prints||Double person, up to 400 lbs||9'8" x 6'2"||23 oz||100% ripstop polyester||The Slacker Double Hammock is the perfect answer for anyone looking to share a little hang time, or to just enjoy a little extra space. It's got a generous cut for two and is made of the same soft polyester fabric as the single.|
|MalloMe||Double Portable Camping Hammock||$34.99||Solid colors only||Double person||10'6" x 6'7"||Unavailable||210T nylon fabric|
|Hummingbird Hammocks||Ultralight Single+ Hammock||$69.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||9'8" x 5'3"||07.6 oz||PIA-C-44378 T4 certified reserve parachute fabric||The Hummingbird Hammocks Ultralight Single+ Hammock is a bit larger version of the Single Hammock. An additional 12 inches in length and 14 inches in width give you some extra room to stretch out.|
|Hummingbird Hammocks||Single Hammock||$64.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 300 lbs||8'8" x 3'11"||05.2 oz||PIA-C-44378 T4 certified reserve parachute fabric||The Hummingbird Hammocks Ultralight Single Hammock is the lightest weight, smallest packing hammock on the market. It weighs less than a lemon and packs smaller than a coffee cup, holds up to 300 pounds, and is designed by an FAA Certified Parachute Rigger.|
|Hummingbird Hammocks||Double Hammock||$74.95||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||9'8" x 7'1"||10.2 oz||PIA-C-44378 T4 certified reserve parachute fabric||The Hummingbird Hammocks Ultralight Double Hammock is an ultralight hammock built for two. An additional 12 inches in length and 34 inches in width give you some extra room to stretch out.|
|Hummingbird Hammocks||Long Hammock||$69.95||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||10'8" x 5'3"||08.2 oz||PIA-C-44378 T4 certified reserve parachute fabric||The Hummingbird Hammocks Ultralight Long Hammock is a bit larger version of the Single Hammock.|
|Legit Camping||Double Hammock||$29.97||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||Not specified||32 oz||210T nylon fabric|
|Warbonnet||Single Layer Blackbird XLC||$180.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||11' x 5'2"||21.75 oz||70D nylon or 40D nylon||The Blackbird XLC is their most popular model. It’s a larger, modular version of the Warbonnet Blackbird and fits users up to 6’6″. Comes standard with fully removable, noseeum mosquito net top.|
|Warbonnet||Lightweight Double Blackbird XLC||$230.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||11' x 5'2"||27.75 oz||40D nylon outer, 20d nylon inner||The Blackbird XLC is their most popular model. It’s a larger, modular version of the Warbonnet Blackbird and fits users up to 6’6″. Comes standard with fully removable, noseeum mosquito net top.|
|Warbonnet||Heavyweight Double Blackbird XLC||$155.00||Solid colors only||Double, up to 400 lbs||11' x 5'2"||33.75 oz||70D or 40D nylon (x2)||The Blackbird XLC is their most popular model. It’s a larger, modular version of the Warbonnet Blackbird and fits users up to 6’6″. Comes standard with fully removable, noseeum mosquito net top.|
|Warbonnet||Original Blackbird Single Layer||$205.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||10' x 5'2"||15.75 oz||40D nylon||The Original Blackbird is the hammock that built this company. It’s a shorter, lighter version of the Blackbird XLC with a non-removable net top and fits users up to 6’0″.|
|Warbonnet||Original Blackbird Lightweight Double||$205.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||10' x 5'2"||17.75 oz||40D nylon outer, 20d nylon inner||The Original Blackbird is the hammock that built this company. It’s a shorter, lighter version of the Blackbird XLC with a non-removable net top and fits users up to 6’0″.|
|Warbonnet||Original Blackbird Heavyweight Double||$175.00||Solid colors only||Double, up to 400 lbs||10' x 5'2"||27.75 oz||70D or 40D nylon (x2)||The Original Blackbird is the hammock that built this company. It’s a shorter, lighter version of the Blackbird XLC with a non-removable net top and fits users up to 6’0″.|
|Warbonnet||Eldorado Heavyweight Double||$175.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs||11' x 5'2"||25.75 oz||70D or 40D nylon (x2)||This is the Blackbird XLC’s skinnier more frugal cousin. Like the XLC, it has a footbox for maximum leg room but it omits the XLC’s famous storage shelf. Compared to the comparable Blackbird XLC the Eldorado is 2-3 oz lighter depending on model and fits users up to 6’6″.|
|Warbonnet||Eldorado Heavyweight Double||$105.00||Solid colors only||Double person, up to 400 lbs||11' x 5'2"||30.75 oz||40D nylon outer, 20d nylon inner||This is the Blackbird XLC’s skinnier more frugal cousin. Like the XLC, it has a footbox for maximum leg room but it omits the XLC’s famous storage shelf. Compared to the comparable Blackbird XLC the Eldorado is 2-3 oz lighter depending on model and fits users up to 6’6″.|
|Warbonnet||Ridgerunner Single Layer Hammock||$115.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 200 lbs||17.75 oz||30D nylon||A bridge-style hammock with a spreader bar at each end and a flat, down-the-center sleeping position with|
saddlebag storage on both sides of the hammock body and a net that stows in a pocket at the foot end. Also comes in 40D nylon, weighing 1 lbs 3.8 oz.
|Warbonnet||Ridgerunner Double Layer Hammock||$230.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 250 lbs||20.25 oz||30D nylon||A bridge-style hammock with a spreader bar at each end and a flat, down-the-center sleeping position with|
saddlebag storage on both sides of the hammock body and a net that stows in a pocket at the foot end. Also comes in 40D nylon, weighing 1 lbs 3.8 oz.
|Warbonnet||Traveler Hammock||$55.00||Solid colors only||Single person, up to 350 lbs (best for users under 5'10")||10.2 oz||40D nylon||Consisting of only a hammock body, suspension, and ridgeline, the Traveler is a stripped-down simple hammock that's still big on comfort. Also sold as Lightweight Double, Heavyweight Double, Single Layer XL, Lightweight Double XL, and Heavyweight Double XL. Check website for specs and price for other sizes.|
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Looking for a kids’ hammock? Type “kid” into the search box. Looking for something ultralight weight? Look for those terms, or sort by weight.
Why do some hammocks say single person capacity but can hold up to 400 or 500 lbs?
That’s because they’re very durable quality, but they’re not super wide, so it’d be tough to squeeze two people in. Babies and dogs are the exception. One way to tell how “durable” a hammock is by the denier, which is the fabric rating. Heavy-duty hammocks will have a higher denier than lightweight hammocks. Naturally, the higher the denier, the heavier the hammock will be (we’re talking ounces here). If you’re backpacking and want an ultra-lightweight hammock, this is something to pay attention to.
What colors are available?
For ease of organizing, we only note on the chart if the hammocks are available in prints/patterns, solid colors, or both. Some of the solid color options let you pick two colors—one for the hammock and the second for the trim. To see the exact colors available at any given time, visit the companies’ websites directly.
Are these prices accurate?
All prices were accurate at the time this was published in January 2020. Prices reflect full-price items, though often times many of these hammocks can be found on sale. Visit the companies’ websites to see latest offers, or…
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Does this list include every hammock?
No. This list includes most of the hammocks currently available for sale from the main hammock and outdoor gear manufacturers. These reputable companies offer high-quality products that we can personally vouch for or other well-established gear websites have favorably reviewed. We update this guide regularly to make sure the information is accurate.
What does this list not include?
Brands that do not specialize in outdoor gear
There are tons of cheap hammocks out there in terms of price and quality. To weed out the imposters, we did not include hammocks sold by companies that don’t specialize in hammocks or any type of outdoor gear.
If you are on a budget, there are some great quality hammocks at an excellent value. Many are listed on this chart, and even more are explained in detail in our list of the best hammocks for under $50.
Every single mom-and-pop hammock company
Several of the brands on this list are small, independently-owned companies started by people like you and me. We love supporting them and want to tell everyone about the awesome products they’ve spent years personally developing and marketing and brought into this world. It’s a competitive industry, and we are inspired by their innovation and courage!
That said, there are still several more companies out there that we personally cannot vouch for or find enough research to rightfully recommend. In writing this guide, we came across even more companies than we initially knew of—after 6 years of doing this! While we aren’t saying they aren’t nice hammocks, we simply haven’t tried them or found enough reputable sources who vouch for them.
If you represent a brand like this and want your hammock included on this list, please reach out. We’d love to meet you and learn more about your product.
Limited-edition or specialty hammocks
In other cases, limited-edition hammocks from some of the brands on this list may not be included. Several of these larger companies partner with other brands for custom hammock prints. Or, they launch a seasonal print. While this chart does includes all of these brands’ standard hammock offerings, it may not include special releases or limited runs.
How do these brands and their products stand out from each other?
Let us break it down to you, from our perspective. Why should you trust us? Because we’re the absolute authority on hammocks. We own more than 25—including samples from most companies on this chart—and have logged countless hours in hammocks over the past six years.
So, here’s a quick look at what these brands are known for, the type of gear they make and who it might be best for, and any other fun or interesting tidbits that we thought you’d like to know as you’re getting to know these companies and figuring out which brand fits your brand. Like the chart above, these are listed in alphabetical order.
Bear Butt — We’ve never used these products so cannot personally attest to how great they are or aren’t, but they get a lot of love on Amazon as one of the more highly-rated, affordable hammock options.
Coalatree — Coalatree makes great products, including its hammocks. I love their designs, though the hammock I have is a single, and even if I’m solo I prefer a double hammock. I do opt for it when weight is an issue, though, since it’s fairly lighter than most others. For reference, it’s half the weight of a Grand Trunk double hammock.
Eagles Nest Outfitters (aka ENO) — As far as I’m concerned, this is the OG hammock company. It was the first hammock I had, but more importantly, they have massive widespread distribution in physical retailers like REI, as well as several other popular retailers online. ENO is famous among college kids, and they sponsor music festivals and other lifestyle events, so have a huge following of young people. One of my favorite hammocks I own is the disco hammock from the collaboration between ENO and Betabrand.
Grand Trunk Goods — If you want a cool hammock design that’ll stand out from the pack, get on some Grand Trunk. We have several of their hammocks, and they make heads turn. Grand Trunk also sells lots of different color straps, which is fun.
Hennessy Hammock — Hennessy is the real deal. They’re also carried in REI and market their products as a survivalist hammock/tent. Another thing that makes these hammocks unique is the asymmetrical design. This allows you to best lay in a diagonal position, which is considered the best and most comfortable, as it relieves pressure from your low back. I have one of their hammocks with a bug net and an insulated pad. While I have hung it and snapped a photo (for a giveaway we hosted years ago), I’m yet to really spend time or a full night in it. Stay tuned.
Hummingbird Hammocks — Just eking out the competition, these guys make the absolute lightest hammock in the game, at a great price point. We love how the website goes into great detail on the types of material used and other ways to cut down on the oh-zees while backpacking, like ditching hammock straps and using lightweight cord.
Kammok — This is one of the leading hammock brands, though I’ve never used one. Gasp! They seem very well made, and people love them. They’re doing something right. I do have a pair of straps that I bought at REI. They’re thinner than any other straps I own. Apparently thicker straps are better for trees because it helps disperse the weight and they don’t dig in. I’ve never noticed straps damanging trees, but it’s worth pointing out.
L.L. Bean — We’ve not tried their hammocks, but we do love this brand, having given them way too much money over the years.
Lawson Hammock — We love our Lawson! It’s a fun little one-man hammock tent that gets the job done. It’s highly rated and has gotten great reviews from several reputable outlets like Outside magazine. We definitely recommend it if this type of hammock/tent suits your needs.
Legit Camping — We included this option because it’s another Amazon top-seller. It’s rather cheap (as are all of their other handful of products), and we can’t vouch for the quality, but it does have 5 stars and more than 2,100 reviews, so people seem happy with it.
Litho Legacy — Their website was acting up the last time I went to it, but they’re on this list because they have a pizza print hammock. While I haven’t used any of their gear, I can only hope that one day I’ll have a hammock with pizzas on it.
MalloMe — Another very affordable, simple hammock. While they are a little restrictive on the colors you can choose from, MalloMe makes some of the longest hammock straps in the game. We have a pair of these 12′ straps, and they come in handy when trees are far apart or have super wide trunks and you need extra length. They also make camping gear like marshmallow sticks (which clearly inspired their name and logo), cookware, lanterns, and more.
Sea to Summit — They specialize in lightweight camping and backpacking gear and make everything from pillows and sleeping pads to kitchen camp items.
Sluice Gear — We haven’t used these hammocks, but they come up often as a good, affordable option.
Tentsile — If you’re going for cool factor, you will achieve it with a Tentsile. The hammock/tents are complete crowd pleasers, and they’re very well made. They’re durable and sturdy. And most importantly, they’re comfortable. Read my full review.
Therm-a-Rest — As a leading camping gear companies since 1972, they specialize in sleeping pads and sleeping bags, but also make pillows, blankets, chairs, cots, and, yes, hammocks.
Trek Light Gear — We don’t own any of their gear, unfortunately, but we love following them on social media and think it’s a great brand, though we cannot attest to the hammocks specifically.
Warbonnet — They specialize in lightweight sleep systems, including stent, outdoor shelter, hammocks with nets and tarps, etc. Warbonnet hammocks are made with an asymmetrical design for an optimal diagonal sleeping position. Based in Colorado since 2008.
Wise Owl Outfitter — Wise Owl is one of the most highly-rated hammocks on Amazon. It’s also a very affordable option if you’re on a budget but want something well-made. They offer plenty of color options, and the hammocks come with straps, which is a nice little money saver. We have one and can say it’s a great little hammock.
We also suggest you visit these companies’ websites and social media pages. You can get a good feel of a brand with a little bit of online research. Reviews can be also be super helpful, and so is good ol’ fashioned word of mouth, so we’re happy to be that point of reference. Please feel free to reach out anytime with any questions.
How do these companies give back to the world?
Great question! One differentiator for us when we’re shopping is a brand’s commitment to making the world a better place. Outdoor brands and hammock companies are in a unique position to give back to the planet and its people.
Check out our recent article on hammock companies that give back. It’s a great reference if you’re interested in learning more about how some of these manufacturers are using their resources to better the world.