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Texas Flag Hammock

Hang with Texas, forever.

Texas tough.

The Lone Star State carries traditions of strength, grit, and durability. In true Texan spirit, we're flying our flag. This time, as a hammock.

It ain’t our first rodeo. This Texas flag hammock is built with 40D diamond ripstop nylon fabric and features 13kN carabiners. It'll hold up to 400 lbs, meaning you and a longhorn calf. 

Hang with pride wherever you go.

* See Care Instructions below. With many printed hammocks, slight red dye running may occur if the hammock gets wet. Dry fully before repacking, and don’t overdo the bug spray (notorious for dye run).

Texas Flag Hammock

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Texas Flag Hammock

Gravitas™ Fabric

Our new 40D Diamond ripstop nylon fabric is incredibly strong, silky soft, and ultra packable.

Supremely Lightweight

Weighing in at 10 oz, this hammock is lighter than a hamster and holds more than a baby elephant. Take adventure with you, without the bulk.

Strong Components

Included 13 kN Mini Kanga Claws and Racer Slings provide superior suspension for added security and safety while hanging.

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Technical Specifications

Dimensions 4' 2" x 8' 4"
Total Weight 10oz / 284g
Fabric 40D Diamond Ripstop
Stress Points Reinforced
Available Colors
Included 13 kN Carabiners / Not for Climbing
Max Capacity 400lbs / 181kg
Gear Loops 6
Packed Size 5.5" x 3.5"
Thread High Tensile Strength

Care Instructions

WASHING MACHINE

Fabric Care Note: Slight red dye bleeding may occur if hammock gets wet. Dry fully before repacking.

Hand washing your hammock is best for extending its useful life, but your hammock can also be cleaned in a washing machine (we recommend front-load machines, to avoid agitators and conserve water!). Hang to dry.

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • • Remove the carabiners and slings prior to washing.
  • • The hammock prefers to bathe alone, wash by itself.
  • • Use the gentle/cold water setting.
  • • If the hammock is soiled or stained use a small amount of detergent (preferably biodegradable).
  • • Do not use fabric softener, bleach, or stain removal products.
  • • Hang to dry - the hammock will dry quickly in most warm/dry environments.

HAND WASHING + ON THE TRAIL

Fabric Care Note: Slight red dye bleeding may occur if hammock gets wet. Dry fully before repacking.

When the hammock gets dirty (and it will!), we recommend that you hand wash. You can use a damp cloth to wipe off the average dirt spots. If the hammock needs to be washed due to lingering 'trail odor' or stains, we recommend the following steps:

INSTRUCTIONS

  • • Dilute a small amount of biodegradable soap in a container of clean water.
  • • Remove the carabiners and slings prior to the wash.
  • • Soak the hammock in soapy water, ring out, and then rinse in cold clean water.
  • • Do not use fabric softener, bleach, or stain removal products.
  • • Hang to dry - the hammock will dry quickly in most warm/dry environments.