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Extended: Deep Jungle Hammock Sale April 1-30

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NOTE: Sale now extended to April 30th by popular demand!

These two sizes of the Deep Jungle are our most popular high end hammocks. Almost anyone who wins our monthly draw chooses a Deep Jungle.

Serious adventurers going into the most hostile environments want the double bottom for 100% mosquito protection, the lightest weight, the quality and the legendary comfort of a Deep Jungle. Designed to be used with our radiant double bubble pad which attaches to "o" rings between the two fabric layers to hold the pad on the correct diagonal. Remember, even jungles can get chilly at 4:30 in the morning and surprisingly cold at altitude.

Free shipping and SnakeSkins and HH2O Water Collectors are also included. Check out the savings on our hammocks page!


FREE Shipping on Orders Over $50

*Offer valid only on orders placed at ca.hennessyhammock.com or at 1 888 539 2930, Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm Pacific Standard Time.

Offer valid on all orders with a subtotal of $50 or more. Standard shipping rates apply for orders under $50.

All prices on our website are in Canadian dollars.

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FREE Longer Webbing Straps When you "Customize"

To be certain that Hennessy Hammocks can never damage the tender bark of trees, our hammocks always include complimentary webbing straps.

NEW! Now you can also get a free upgrade to longer webbing straps when customizing any hammock from our website. You may want longer straps if you camp where there are really big trees and don’t mind carrying the extra weight. Our stock 42" long webbing straps are long enough to go around a 14" diameter tree. The 72” webbing straps will go around a 24” tree and the 96” straps will go around a 32” tree. Click on the "Customize" button on the hammock product page to upgrade to free 72" or 96" Webbing Straps. WEBBING STRAP SPECIFICATIONS


FREE SnakeSkins: The Instant Stuff Sack

snakeskinsWith the purchase of most hammocks a free set of Snakeskins will automatically be added to your cart.  "SnakeSkins" are a patented instant stuff sack system that collapses your Hennessy Hammock in about 30 seconds. Your shelter never touches the ground, never gets dirty or muddy. It just disappears into two tapering tubes of silnylon which sit gathered on the ropes at each end of the hammock for amazingly quick set up and take down. For use with all Hennessy Hammock models. The 70 D poly hex fly requires an additional pair of snakeskins because the hex fly is bulkier than the standard rainflies.

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FREE HH2O Water Collectors and Rainfly Tensioning System

 

HH2O in useWith the purchase of most hammocks a free set of HH2O Collectors will automatically be added to your cart.  Clip a water collector onto the "O" rings on each side of the rainfly. The threaded end of each funnel screws onto a hydration bladder or standard pop bottle. As the rain water drips off the low corners of the rainfly into the bottle, the weight of the water in the bottle automatically lowers the fly for storm conditions and maintains the tension on the fly so you don't have to climb out in the middle of the night to retie your fly. When you wake up in the morning, your fly is perfectly set and there are a couple of litres of distilled water ready to go in the morning. Just another way to make your Hennessy Hammock more useful.

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