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Features and Technical specs
Draumr originates from Old Norse and means Dream. This hammock tent is the dream gear for anyone who would like to sleep truly flat when out camping.
Flat lay. Sleep flat on your side, back and stomach
Chair mode: Adjustment straps to turn the hammock upright like a chair
Integrated detachable bug net with YKK zipper
Suspension kit included
Bottle holder and storage pockets
Durable and spacious compression stuff sack
Handle and backpack attachment points for easy transportation
Designed by Norwegian Outdoor Engineers
Fabric 70D High density ripstop Nylon
Weight 53oz / 1495g (including bug net and suspension kit)
Capacity 400 lbs / 180 kg max weight
One person hammock max length 6 ft 10 in / 210 cm
Pack size 9.5 in x 6.3 in / 24 cm x 16 cm (in compression stuffsack)
Suspension straps 280 cm / 110 in
Borg Multitarp. Shelter to keep your camp and gear protected from the elements. Attach between two trees, or set up using two trekking poles. Cord adjusters and guylines are preattached, and six lightweight are included. This multitarp is perfect for the Draumr XL hammock, Draumr 3.0 hammock, Segl hammock, and for those who prefer to sleep on the ground in the open air.
Fabric 40D Ripstop Nylon. 2,5mm Polyester guy lines with reflective tracer.
Pack size Packed height: 8 in / 20 cm Packed diameter: 4.3 in / 11 cm Pack volume: 2.2 liter
The tarp's width is 98 in / 250 cm when used in Draumr-mode. Turn the tarp 90 degrees and you have a 142 in / 360 cm long tarp to use with gathered-end hammocks.
Amok Fjøl XL Inflatable Insulated Pad:
Sleeping outdoors doesn't mean you need to sacrifice comfort. This pad's thick, wide and extra long tubular design offers you exceptional camping comfort. Fjøl™ is filled with synthetic insulation and provides efficient 3-season warmth.
The pumpbag allows you to inflate the mat instantly while preventing humidity from your breath affecting the insulation.