DRAUMR: old Norse for DREAM. Simply our dream hammock tent.
KEY HAMMOCK FEATURES:
Truly flat lay. Sleep flat on your side, back and stomach
Chair mode: Adjustment straps to turn the hammock upright like a chair
Integrated bug net with YKK zipper
Suspension straps with 10 kN carabiners and tree huggers included
Bottle holder and storage pockets
Durable and spacious pack-sack
Sleeping pad. The hammock is designed to be used together with an inflatable sleeping pad for ultimate comfort and insulation - click the instructions tab in the menu above to see recommended pads (not included)
Tarp for rain, snow and strong sun protection (included)
Hammock: 70D Ripstop Nylon
Tarp: 40D Nylon. PU & Silicone coated, with taped seams
Hammock weight: 47oz / 1340g
Tarp weight: 25oz / 713g (including six lightweight stakes)
330 lb / 150 kg max weight
One person hammock
max length 75 inches / 190 cm
Hammock: 12 in x 7 in / 30 cm x 17 cm
Tarp: 8 in x 2,4 in / 20 cm x 6 cm
Hammock lay area
Recommended hammock viewing: Open the videos tab and check out our detail product demonstration video.
The Amok Draumr 3.0 hammock is designed to be used together with an inflatable sleeping pad for ultimate comfort and insulation.
Inside the hammock there are two pockets for different sleeping pad sizes:
Pocket for large pads: approx 77 x 25 x 4 inches
Pocket for medium pads: approx 72 x 20 x 2,7 inches
Specific pad recommendations:
Click on the items for more information.
Exped Synmats and Downmats
Big Agnes - Air Core Ultra, Insulated Air Core Ultra, Air Core and Insulated Air Core
Big Agnes Q-Core SLX, Q-Core Sl and Insulated Q-core
REI Stratus Insulated Air Sleeping Pad
Mammut Kompakt Pump Mat Plus
Therm-a-Rest's BaseCamp AF
It is important to consider your use of the hammock when deciding on a sleeping pad. If you camp mostly during summer a basic air filled sleeping pad is perfect, and can be found at affordable pricing. For year round camping we recommended that you use a well insulated sleeping pad.
R-value (putting a number on warmth): Most manufactures of sleeping pads meant for camping provide an R-value. This describes the pad's insulation ability and a higher R-value means better insulation ability. For winter use it is preferable to have an R-value of about 4 and more. For 3-season use in spring, summer and autumn an R-value around 3 will do. For camping in the summer and in warmer climates you can use an air filled mattress without insulation.
Bring a repair kit
Always remember to bring a repair kit in your backpack. Most manufacturers include a repair kit when you purchase a pad.