Weirdo Outdoors’ Hangover Hammock is the latest addition to my hammock collection. I had it tested on my last visit to Summer Cruise in San Luis Batangas and in my apartment. Although accommodations are starting to open up again for visitors, only a few of them require little to no health documents. But that doesn’t stop us from living adventurously, right? So I headed to Summer Cruise, a resort I visited a couple of years ago, which I know has a laid-back ambiance, perfect for hammock hanging, and didn’t require a medical certificate nor travel pass. They have a room with a balcony that serves as a perfect spot to hang and test my Hangover Hammock. I shifted from tent to hammocks on my camping trips since 2017 because of the numerous benefits of hammock camping. Testing and sharing my review of different local hammocks is my way to spread awareness about hammocks while supporting local brands at the same time.
My Hangover Hammock with Net Package
The hammock I’m going to review in this post is Weirdo Outdoor’s Hangover Hammock, specifically their hammock with a bug net. Weirdo Outdoors is a team of Bacolod-based hammock-makers producing customized hammocks for 2 years as of 2020. The package I received is a midweight single-ply hammock complete with a bug net and suspension system costing only Php 1,200.
Weighing 900 grams, the package includes an 8ft long x 5ft wide hammock made of 100% polyester 150D water repellent fabric, a thick bugnet, and a pair of 3-meter half-inch webbing straps. They also offer a cocoon-type hammock, made of 100% nylon 70*160D fabric for Php 999. They can customize sizes and could also do 2-ply cocoon hammocks per request. The standard package is good enough for me and given its mid-weight, I think it’s perfect for beach or chill-camping.