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. It brings parachute technology to the hammock industry for the first time. The Button Link attachment system contains no bulky or heavy metal parts, can be compressed into a small pack, and are as easy to assemble as buttoning your pants.
This hammock is so light and tiny when packed, you’ll feel weird not bringing one everywhere you go.
Made in the USA
Lock stitched With Military Spec Nylon Thread
Built to FAA parachute rigging standards
Extremely light weight
Very low pack volume
PIA-C-44378 T4 Certified Reserve Parachute Fabric
1500 lb Spectra Cord
Certified Open Hardware US0095
|Weight:||5.2 oz (147 g)|
|Weight Rating:||300 lbs (136 kg)|
|Dimensions Packed:||4 x 4 x 2 in (10 x 10 x 5 cm)|
|Dimensions In Use:||104 x 47 in (264 x 119 cm)|
Attached Stuff Sack
Attached Button Link Carabiners
(*Tree Straps not included)
Fabric - PIA-C-44378 T4 Certified Fabric designed and manufactured for use on parachutes. Made in the USA.
Spectra - 1500 lb tensile strength Spectra cord designed and manufactured for use on parachutes. Made in the USA.
Button - Custom designed by us and nylon injection molded in China.
Drawstring Cord - Reflective sleeved Dyneema cord (same as our Guyline Cord, just gray in color). Made in China
Cord Lock - Made in China.
Thread - Military spec bonded nylon thread. Made in the USA.
This product is cut and sewn in the USA.
Lightweight, compact, and so easy to take around the city without even noticing it’s in my bag! So glad that I chose this hammock, and I have no regrets.
Love this company, love this hammock. Ultralight, I can use it at home and on my backpacking trips. Well designed so that you don't need heavy carabiners or straps. OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE. Buy your hammock here.
I'm somewhat cautious about what gets added to the pack but rarely hesitate to bring this along. On my scale, my single hammock with tree straps and stuff sacks weigh in at 67/8 ounces. It is simple and fast to set-up and take-down, accommodates an ample variety of tree widths and circumferences, seems surprisingly durable (knock on wood), and is comfortable for lounging or sitting, though I definitely wouldn't want to sleep in it. I use it for sitting while eating meals, lounging with my morning coffee and a book, taking a load off my weary feet while reflecting on the day, and stashing and sorting gear out of the dirt. For me, this hammock strikes the ideal balance for the ounce counters among us who enjoy big days on the trail but a bit of luxury at camp. Pro-tips: use the integrated hammock stuff sack to stash the sack for the tree straps, and double wrap the tree straps when you want less slack.
This hammock is very light and appears well made. The straps appear strong, yet really compact and small. I look forward to using this on bikepacking, camping, and ultralight backpacking.