Grand Trunk hammocks are made from the highest quality material out there. They are 100% parachute nylon and triple stitched to support any kind of adventure. And most importantly, they are seasoned travelers, just like you.
This is a great hammock! The material is strong but comfortable. I like the size of it so you can fit 2 people. Also, I like the fact that it comes with the rope kit included so you can grab and go; perfect for all my travels! Thanks Grand Trunk!
Double Parachute Nylon Hammock
Title says it all!
Highest Quality Hammock I have seen.
Love these hammocks!! I have the tie dye adult sized one and could never get in it because my boys love it so much. They love having their own!
I enjoy hammocking and my Grand Trunk has been with me for quite a few years with no problem. I decided to get my nieces each their own junior hammock and it’s the same quality as the full-sized. If you’re looking for a gift, the junior hammock makes a great one.
I love how soft and light it is!! I can take it any where and not worry about it getting ruined because of how strong the fabric it is!! I can go camping with my dog and she hasn't ripped it yet!
Looks nice haven’t had a chance to use it yet
OneMade Double Hammock - Made in the USA
Love the colors!!!
Actually just found the next two I want to buy in the Baja series. The Cabo and the Ocean. Anyways, I recently bought the Heritage which I love but the two in this photo were bought for our oldest. The Koi Fish and the Tie Dye. These are fabulous, our kids love them and have both slept in them all night now that they are hung up in there rooms. Two Thumbs up, highly recommended! Thank you people at Grand Trunk!
Love the hammocks. I've bought half a dozen of them for friends. But every time, I have to replace the carabiners with something decent. The ones you use snag every time I try to slip them over a strap or rope. They suck. If you spent just a little more money on decent clips without the snaggy edges, the hammocks would be lighter and cooler. Feels kinda cheap to include shitty ones, then ask for $17 extra for decent ones. Charge a few bucks more and don't give me something to throw away every time I buy a hammock. Not a corner worth cutting, IMHO.