- Roo Single
Built for lightweight hammock camping, the Roo Single camping hammock is portable, silky soft, and ready for any adventure. Constructed with incredibly strong Gravitas™ fabric, the Roo Single weighs just 10.2 oz and holds up to 400 lb.
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We break in Gravitas fabric for you with an exclusive crinkle treatment, ensuring out-of-the-package softness and exceptional packability. Treated with a DWR water repellent for maximum moisture resistance, you’ll stay cool when it’s warm and avoid condensation when it’s cold.Engineered strength
Gravitas™ 40D ripstop nylon fabric protects against tearing and ripping for a higher-performing hammock that will outlast competitors. The Roo Single is suspended from Mini Kanga Claw™ carabiners and Dyneema Racer Slings™, weight for weight, 15 times stronger than steel for a secure hang. At only 10.2 oz, the Roo Single holds up to 400 lb.Design within reach
Use the eight conveniently located reinforced gear loops to quickly attach carabiners, gear accessories, and more. When hanging back, keep your phone or water bottle within reach, the attached water-resistant and abrasion-resistant rolltop stuff sack doubles as a pocket for optimal organization.
- Best Use
- Backpacking and hammock camping
- Total Packed Weight
- 10.2 oz / 289 g
- Max Weight Capacity
- 400 lb / 181 kg
- Recreation Capacity
- 2 people
- Unpacked Dimensions
- 4 ft 2 in × 8 ft 4 in / 127 cm x 254 cm
- Packed Dimensions
- 3.75 in × 5 in / 9.5 cm x 12.7 cm
- Product Material
- Gravitas™ 40D diamond ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing
- Stuff Sack Material
- Diamond Shell™ 40D ripstop nylon with PU + DWR waterproofing
- Mini Kanga Claw™ carabiners (13kN); Dyneema Racer Sling™ (22kN)
- Gear Loops
- 1 x Roo Single™ Hammock; 2 x Dyneema Racer Sling™, 2 x Mini Kanga Claw™
- Available Colors
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to order carabiners and straps?
Each Roo Single comes with a set (2) of Mini Kanga Claw carabiners. Straps are not included. Order a set of Python 10 straps (or one of our other straps) to get your hammock off the ground and your adventure on its way.
Why are there loops along the sides of the Roo Single?
Gear loops are for quick access to gear. Attach a water bottle, headlamp, stuff sack, kendama, or any gear you always want ready.
How many people can fit in the Roo Single?
The Roo Single hangs one most comfortably. With a max capacity of 400 lb, however, the Roo Single can hang two people to lounge.
What is the difference between the Roo Single and Roo Double?
The biggest difference between the Roo Single and Roo Double is the size of the hammock. The Roo Double is 10' long, and can hold up to 500 lb. We recommend the Roo Double if you plan to camp in your hammock, or if you will frequently be hammocking with two people. The Roo Single is 8' long and holds up to 400 lb. At only 10 oz, we recommend the Roo Single for those looking to have a quick-access or lightweight hammock that goes anywhere.
How do I wash my Roo Single?
Hand washing your hammock with cold water and Grangers Down Wash + Repel is best for extending its useful life, but it can also be cleaned in a front-load washing machine (do not use a washing machine with an agitator).Washing machine instructions:
- Remove the carabiners and slings prior to wash.
- If the Roo is soiled or stained, use the recommended amount of Grangers Down Wash + Repel. Do not use fabric softener, bleach, or stain removal products.
- Wash the hammock by itself using the gentle/cold water setting.
- Hang to dry. The hammock will dry quickly in warm/dry environment. Do not stuff back in stuff sack damp or wet.
What happened to the Wallaby?
Our popular Wallaby single hammock has received a new name and an updated design. It is now called the Roo Single for increased clarity.
Free Tote Bag
Don’t forget to add FREE Tote with your Roo Single order.
Fully up-cycled reusable bag The Kammok Tote is a fully up-cycled product, made from the leftover materials of our Roo hammock. Perfect for transporting your hammock and slackline to the park, picking up groceries from the market, or carrying other...