Have you seen the Wind Cloud camping hammock?

Because if you haven't, take a good look! 

Affordable, lightweight, comfortable, waterproof, compact, robust... 

Sounds pretty good right? 

The NatureHike Wind Cloud Ultralight hammock is all of these things. Made with a combination of 20D and 40D SilNylon, it's lightweight at only 1.5kgs, rated to carry 100kgs, and waterproof to over 3000MM. It's also insect proof thanks to it's high density B3 insect mesh and fairly spacious with assembled dimensions of 2770mm (L) x 1450mm (W).

So, it looks fairly cool but why would I take it camping? 

Good question. 

Do you live in Europe? Do you not like camping on the moist, cold ground? Or alternately, hard, rocky ground? Do you like having a light pack? 

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, and you don't mind the light swing and sway of a hammock in a breeze, maybe you should consider the Wind Cloud. Provided you can find somewhere to hang it, you'll be up away from the cold, hard ground and any underlying moisture. It's light. Packs down to only 420mm by 170mm. And as long as you're not looking to share with someone else, this may be the answer for your next camping adventure. 


But you don't have to take our word for it, check out what The British Pilgrim had to say about it below: 



So just to breakdown the key info...


  • Packed - 420mm x 170mm
  • Swung Hammock - 2770mm (L) x 1450mm (W)
  • Rain Fly - 3500mm x 3500mm
  • Weight - 1.5kg


  • 20D SilNylon rain fly
  • 40D Nylon hammock body
  • B3 High density insect mesh
  • 7001 aluminium alloy buckles and stakes
  • Nylon daisy chain suspension system


Anyway, I think that's about all you need from me but if anyone has any questions about the Wind Cloud or any of NatureHike's other camping or hiking equipment, please don't hesitate to get in touch!

Otherwise guys, happy camping, hiking, fishing, biking, SUPing or kayaking!!!

Catch you all again soon! 

Sean, Joe & Wendy

All Four Outdoors



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