OverCover #2 Classic (for Explorer Ultralite, Explorer Deluxe and Survivor)

OverCover #2 Classic (for Explorer Ultralite, Explorer Deluxe and Survivor)

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$47.95 CAD 

Description

The OverCover is an accessory for the 4 Season SuperShelter. The OverCover is uncoated 30D nylon with a breathing hole which fits over the mosquito net. It is intended to maintain warmer temperatures inside the shelter during dry, sub-freezing conditions.

Fresh air is available through the air hole near the occupant's face. Changing position in the hammock acts as a bellows and automatically pumps fresh air into the air hole.

Condensation which may form on the inside of the breathable OverCover will wick through the uncoated nylon fabric and evaporate into the dry air moving between the OverCover and the rainfly. The OverCover may also be released on one side and tucked between the netting and the OverCover on the opposite side to expose half of the netting and to help block wind from one side.

OVERCOVER #2 is for EXPLORER ULTRALITE, EXPLORER DELUXE and SURVIVOR hammocks. Overcovers only work with Classic Velcro style hammocks

Specifications

  • Seasons: 4-season
  • Color: Green
  • Size: 3" larger perimeter than mesh
  • Packed Weight: 4.5 oz. / 128 g
  • Packed Size: 2.5" diam. x 5" long

Support

OverCover #2 fits the EXPLORER ULTRALITE, EXPLORER DELUXE and SURVIVOR hammocks.Overcovers only work with Classic Velcro style hammocks

Video: OverCover set-up

 

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