The Best Hammocks of 2017

Are you looking for the perfect hammock? You’ve come to the right place! Kick back your feet and relax, because we’ve done the research for you.

When it comes to hammocks, Sportsman’s Guide has a quality selection with low prices that you won’t find anywhere else. Check out these exclusive styles listed below and get one step closer to paradise!

Guide Gear Portable Folding Hammock

Fold it down, take it with you, and relax wherever you go!

For the past few seasons, the Guide Gear Portable Folding Hammock has been a real crowd favorite, with hundreds of great reviews and a 4.4-star rating. Customers love its portability – it weighs just 26.45 pounds, folds up in seconds and comes with a carry bag with backpack-style straps. Despite its lightness, the steel frame provided plenty of support. The frame is eight-feet long, and the hammock itself is 7’10” long and 32” wide, plenty big enough to support its 225-pound capacity.

 

Guide Gear Oversized Portable Folding Hammock

Your favorite hammock, but Super-Sized!

This year, Sportsman’s Guide took the customer-favorite hammock and “super-sized” it! The Guide Gear Oversized Portable Hammock has a 350-pound capacity. The steel frame is six inches longer, and the actual hammock measurements are 8’7” long and about 41” wide. Although it’s supersized, it’s light enough for portability at 28.6 pounds – just two pounds heavier than the original.

It also comes with a backpack-style carry bag. Both the original folding portable hammock and the oversized folding portable hammock have a mesh fabric bottom to help you stay cool and you relax.

 

Guide Gear Double Rope Hammock

Enjoy island-style relaxation in your own backyard!
Guide Gear Double Rope Hammock

If you’d prefer a more permanent location, Sportsman’s Guide has you covered as well. Have you ever been on a beach vacation and admired the rope hammocks? Well, until you looked at the price tag. Sportsman’s Guide has removed that barrier to stretching out island-style with the Guide Gear Double Rope Hammock. The solid hardwood spreader bars and corrosion-resistant plated hardware add to its classic beauty, and the hammock has a sturdy 400-pound capacity. You’ll need a hammock stand. The hammock weighs just 17.6 pounds and at double-wide is 59” wide and 78.75 inches long.

 

Guide Gear Extra Wide Hammock

Kick back, relax and enjoy the good life!

Guide Gear Extra Wide Hammock

If you’d prefer a hammock made of solid material instead of the woven cotton rope, take a look at the Guide Gear Extra Wide Hammock, made of a rugged cotton/polyester blend. It also has solid hardwood spreader bars, and has a 330-pound weight capacity.

Guide Gear Adventure Hammock

Holds up to 220 lbs, yet weighs just 7 ounces!

Guide Gear Adventure Hammock

For the ultimate in portability, look at the new Guide Gear Adventure Hammock – holds up to 220 pounds, 54” wide and 108” long, but weighs just 7 ounces. The rope on either end is 3/8” thick, and the hammock is made of parachute nylon. It packs up so small you could hold it in the palm of your hand.

No matter which style you choose, paradise is just a few seconds away! Take time to relax in the season’s ultimate outdoor nap inducer.

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4 Responses to “The Best Hammocks of 2017”

  1. firefly

    Take it from a kid that bought a mil surp jungle hammock back in the 60s and suffered back aches while sleeping in the hammock, that you need to get a hammock that is wide enough to sleep properly ON THE DIAGONAL. I finally just put it on the ground negating the benefits of a hammock.

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  2. Al Noble

    Lazy days of summer should be pent in a hammock.

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  3. Ric Athey

    I would like to know if you have a frame for the Cotton polyester hammock.

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