Sky Tent 2 is a revolution in the making, bringing hammock camping to a new level of comfort and convenience. Sky Tent allows you to stay dry from the rain, safe from the bugs and provides ample space for you and your gear. It is a tent for your hammock off the ground. Sky Tent 2 now accommodates 2 hammocks so both you and a friend can hang together. An oversized rain fly provides complete protection from the rain while 2100 holes psi no-see-um netting keeps out the smallest bugs. Sky Tent 2 features a new ripstop nylon base layer that helps retain body heat and creates a tough floor for using Sky Tent on the ground. A new prusik knot allows the ridgeline of Sky Tent 2 to be adjustable. The oversized attached waterproof stuff sack easily accommodates any sized hammock. There is plenty of room to hang your backpack from your hammock ropes so both you and your gear can stay off the ground and dry. Join the Sky Tent revolution - hammock camping will never be the same! (Note: Hammock Is Sold Separately And Is Not Included With The Sky Tent)
- Oversized 75 Denier Polyurethane Coated Rain Fly Provides Complete Protection From The Rain For Both Your Hammock And Your Gear
- 2100 Holes Per Square Inch No-See-Um Netting Keeps Out The Smallest Bugs, Resists Rips & Tears And Reduces The Chilling Effect Of The Wind
- Ripstop Nylon Base Layer Helps Retain Body Heat, Provides Storage Space For Light Weight Items & Creates Tough Floor For Using Sky Tent On The Ground
- Easy Access To Your Sky Space From Inside Or Outside Enabled By Double Pull YKK Zippers
- 100" Of Cord At 4 Corners Secures Rain Fly To The Ground
- Oversize Attached Waterproof Stuff Sack For Easy Pack & Go Storage. Stuff Sack Accommodates Both Sky Tent And Any Sized Hammock For Added Convenience While On The Trail
- 80" of 6mm Climbing Rope Per Side To Hang Sky Tent Above Your Hammock Plus 138" Of Climbing Rope Secures Adjustable Ridge Line
- Dimensions: 138" long x 73" wide x 43" high
- Weight - 48 oz
From head to toe, if the tarp/tent is only 73" long, how will it keep my head and feet dry? All hammocks are longer than six feet, 73". Is that correct: the length is only 73"? Do you have something bigger? I have a Central American hammock for which I need a mosquito netting surround (I need a tarp too, but I can improvise that). Your Bug Bivy product would be ideal except it has no zippered floor.
Asked on 10/18/2013 by Beth from Albany, NY
The length is 138" and the width is 73" so the length is more than enough for your 6 foot height.
Answered on 10/28/2013 by Steve from Campmor
why will the Hammock Bliss Sky tent not work with the Grand Trunk Ultralight Hammock? (dimensions, hanging straps, etc)
Asked on 5/31/2012 by Anonymous
Dimensions of the hammock would preclude you from using the Sky Tent with the Grand Trunk hammock.
Answered on 6/4/2012 by Betty
Would this system work with the Grand trunk ultralight hammock item # 40675
Asked on 4/29/2012 by Anonymous
The Hammock Bliss Sky Tent Hammock will not work with the Grand trunk ultralight hammock item # 40675.
Answered on 5/1/2012 by Steve from Campmor
What hammock would you suggest putting inside this netting since it does not include the hammock?
Asked on 1/22/2012 by Stuart from Mooresville, NC
Item #67942 tent hammock, does this product include the hammock or is that an additional purchase?
Asked on 9/14/2011 by Anonymous from near amazonia
Just netting and fly no hammock
Answered on 9/16/2011 by Steve from Campmor
The canopy looks partially effective for rain coming straight down. How will it do in really blowing conditions? I want to be assured I remain dry in most conditions. Am I better off with a hammock and a bivy or this hammock and a regular bag? Thanks.
Asked on 6/17/2011 by Too Tall from Chicago, Il
Its a tent for your hammock off the ground and features an oversized rain fly to provide complete protection from the rain for both your hammock and your gear.
Answered on 6/22/2011 by Betty
Typically when hammock camping the trees around you would prevent blowing rain from entering the hammock
Answered on 4/29/2012 by The icicle from Atlanta