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Mysa Hammock

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Rated 3.0 out of 5
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The Mysa Hammock is an exciting addition to our Fabric Use-up Project, made using recycled polyester fabric left over from making our insulated jackets. An adventure staple, it's lightweight, compact, and easy to set up, ready for a night under the stars or just a quick snooze between surfs.
Regular price £75.00

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The Mysa Hammock is an exciting addition to our Fabric Use-up Project, made using recycled polyester fabric left over from making our insulated jackets. An adventure staple, it's lightweight, compact, and easy to set up, ready for a night under the stars or just a quick snooze between surfs.

Details

  • Lightweight packaway hammock

  • 100% recycled polyester ripstop fabric

  • Water and wind resistant

  • C0 fluorocarbon-free water repellent finish

  • Single piece design with large Finisterre logo

  • Attached storage bag makes a handy pocket when hammock is in use

  • Comes with two fully load bearing 7075 aluminium carabiners, straps not included

  • Weighs 370g (312g excluding carabiners)

  • Dimensions 265 x 140cm

  • Packs away to 24 x 16 x 8cm

  • Made in China

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Rated 3 out of 5
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Decent enough

The Mysa Hammock is pretty good / as expected, the two finisterre. This is the only time I've not been 100% thrilled with a finisterre product though as £75 is more expensive than other market equivalents and you still need to get the straps to rig it up. My very similar Hammock from Warbonnet Outdoors was a good deal cheaper, came ready to use and is of similar spec. While for jackets, clothing, wetsuits etc I would always highly recommend finisterre to friends and colleagues, as one of my favourite brands, I wouldn't recommend the Mysa Hammock.

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