I have a hennessy hammock which has a built in fly screen and a extra large tarp fly and an under pad and is very very good, light and small to carry and great to sleep in much better than sleeping on the ground and they are not cold when you use the under pad which you dont need in the warmer months and for those that like to sleep on their side you can sleep on an angle across the hammock. I have had mine since they first arrived in the country and as you can guess I love it.
Hi Ryan, I meant to add the best chap to see is Andrew, just email hennessy firstname.lastname@example.org (attn Andrew) he is one hellava nice bloke and would set you up.
I was just browsing the Cabela's (American) website, and came across a nifty Hammock/Tent (it can be used as both).
There is supposed to be a Cabela's New Zealand Website, but I can't seem to access it.
Below is the link to the Hammock/Tent from the American Cabela's Website ...
A few weeks back, i got the 4 season super shelter for my hennesy hammock. it works great. i'm going to get the overcover for it too and maybe the reflector pad to mess around with. I used it a fortnight ago in the Waitakeres, it was aound 11deg and i was ok. I slept in my 4 season sleeping bag wearing merino thermals. i decided to get the supershelter as i couldnt be bothered messing around any longer with makeshift insulation that might fail when i really need it. Plus it says on the instructions that you can add leaves, spare clothing etc to the undercover for extra warmth if needed. Can't wait to try it when its really cold and wet to see how it holds out.
Just wondering what model of Hennesy Hammock you've got (a side opening or bottom opening one). The super shelter only works with certain models doesn't it?
It's a Hennessy hammock Expedition Asym Classic velco bottom entry. I'm am not too sure if it works with side entry models. The models are listed on the hennesy hammock website that the supershelter works with. I got the Super Shelter model #1.