I feel like the Jammock came to be one night after a few hours of fishing and a few dozen beers. Too drunk to drive back to the city, a couple of friends starting digging around their truck bed for sleeping bags and second layers. They also happened to find a tarp and some duct tape. And the rest is history.
The Jammock is a hammock for your truck. Or Jeep. It's basically a load-bearing bed cover or roof hanger made of 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon. Jammocks install in "about a minute" using included straps and, for trucks, a quad of tie-down anchors (purchased separately). JammockTruck measures 5' x 5' and has 13'-long strapping, which should fit most truck beds. Its live load limit is 350 pounds, so hopefully big enough for two of you, but unfortunately probably not safe for three. JammockBlack for Jeeps has been designed to fit all Wranglers from 1987 to present. It can carry the same weight loads, but is slightly smaller and oblong at 47" x 24" of usable space. JammockBlack can also affix off the side of a Jeep as a sling seat.
Both Jammock styles have a matte black finish that has been coated for water-resistance without stifling airflow. Straps are one-piece throughout for additional strength, and the NRS buckles the company has used are corrosion-resistant and rated for 2,000 pounds apiece.
Prefer to do your hanging from the trees? Check out this portable hammock with bug-free netting.
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