Byer of Maine: Moskito Traveller Hammock

When I first saw the Moskito Traveller Hammock I thought that it was too cheap to be any good. I complete hammock with a bug net for under $50, unbelievable. I was wrong; this hammock is comfortable and affordable. It is perfect for someone who is just starting out and someone who is a seasoned pro. There are however a few things that make this hammock only suitable to certain people. Continue reading

Hammock Bliss Sky Bed

I was really excited to try out the Sky Bed because it is a new product that is unique compared to what is already on the market. The Sky Bed is designed to incorporate a sleeping pad to create a unique asymmetrical lay. The best way I can think to describe this hammock is that it is the closest you are going to get to having a bridge hammock without the poles. It is like sleeping on an elevated cot. Continue reading

Bridge Hammock Battle

When I first started this project I wasn’t sure what to expect. It seemed like most people already assumed that the Warbonnet Ridge Runner was the obvious winner in the three way comparison. I had already used the Jacks R Better Bear Mountain Bridge Hammock and the Eureka Chrysalis Hammock and thought that they were both very good products. I was a fan of the Eureka Chrysalis and aside from its weight I thought it was going to be a serious competitor in this comparison. Continue reading

Eureka Chrysalis

This month I decided to take out the Eureka Chrysalis Hammock for the first time. I had just had a baby so I have not been able to get out for a while so I was really looking forward to this getaway. I arrived fairly early after work with fellow YouTube blogger BearTrapJason and we scoped out a great spot to set up. Continue reading