List of Local Hammock Sellers in the Philippines

Local Hammock Brands in the Philippines

My local hammock has to be my favorite item to bring during my adventures! I even consider it my “reliable travel buddy” simply because of the amazing benefits of hammock camping, which I enumerated in my previous post. If you have read it and you’re convinced that you need one, then read on to find out where to get one!

My First Local Hammock

My first local hammock was an unbranded second-hand for 300Php only. It was a simple double-layered gathered-end hammock; and it didn’t even have a proper tree hugger strap but it was good enough for beach camping. My cheap hammock has gone to Abra, Balabac, Siargao among other destinations I’ve been to! It got me addicted to hammocks so I decided to upgrade to a locally-made hammock with a bug-net or mesh so I don’t have to be bothered by mosquitoes at night.

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Local Hammock Brands in the Philippines

While there are more expensive imported hammocks such as Eagle Nest Outfitters and Hennessy, locally-made hammocks in the Philippines are good-quality and unique in design. I got one from a local supplier and it’s still in perfect condition after two years! So if you’re looking for a hammock that will be your “travel buddy” on your next trips, check out the list below!

1. Hangover Hammock by Weirdo Outdoors

This Bacolod-based hammock weaver offers custom size cocoon-type 2-ply local hammocks with zipper which conveniently can double as a sleeping bag! This hammock/sleeping bag is made of quick-dry materials and includes webbing straps so you’ll be ready to hang once you receive it. Hangover Hammock also has a net-type variant to protect you from bug bites. They have been making delightfully-designed hammocks for more than a year now. They ship nationwide so if you’re interested you may contact them through Weirdo Outdoor FB Page or message John Hilado at 09123172927.


Cocoon type Php999 (with webbing straps and stuff sack)
Hammock with net Php1200 (with webbing straps, stuff sack and bungee for the net)
Nationwide shipping around Php180

Tarps are also available

2. Lazy HitchHiker Hammocks

Lazy HitchHiker local hammocks originate from Bulacan and has been creating unique designs that fit adventurous souls for over 4 years already. You can choose from Single (10x5ft) or Wide (10×6.5ft), both of which include hammock straps, paracord and rings for easy setup, and a quick release sack bag. Lazy Hitch hammocks are triple-stitched for better quality and have two side-pockets for your phone and other items. The weight capacity for these is up to 200kg! Can you imagine laying here with your partner? For more design options, you can message them through Lazy HitchHiker FB Page  or contact JCedric at 09166654508.


Single Cocoon Hammock Set Php 1100 (with straps, paracord, rings, sack bag and stickers)
Wide Cocoon Hammock Set  Php 1300 (with straps, paracord, rings, and sack bag and stickers)
Nationwide Shipping around Php 200

Also available are tree huggers, alloy carabiners and 10.5 x 10 ft tarps

3. Southpeaks Hammock by Happy Hangers

Ormoc-based Happy Hangers distributes Southpeaks hammocks that can accommodate 2 people with a maximum capacity of 150kg. The material used is an imported fabric called 70D texped PA68 Ripstop Nylon. Their swinging bed is 9.2 x 4 ft size, and includes a mesh to protect you from insects, webbing straps and a stuff bag that is sewn into the hammock so you never lose it! As with all provincial sellers, they ship nationwide, too. Contact them through Happy Hangers FB Page or call Mildred at 09235638520.


Hammock without mesh – Php 800 (includes straps and built-in stuff sack)
Hammock with mesh – Php 1300 (includes straps, built-in stuff sack and bungee for the net)
Nationwide shipping around 120-150 Php

4. Sangga Outdoors

Weaving quality hammocks for 3 years, Sangga Outdoors offers a wide variety of lightweight hanging couches and a range of different tarp shelter sizes. Their Hami Cocoon, Rajah and Ora lightweight hammock with netting are rated at 150kg maximum weight capacity with a size of 9.5 ft x 5ft. They also have an Ultralightweight hammock at only 500 grams! Being Manila based, Sangga has free shipping offers within NCR, while nationwide shipping is also available and discounted! Contact Sangga Outdoors’ FB page or contact Reynold @ 09663310941

Ultralightweight – Php 695
Hami Cocoon – Php 945
Rajah 10 lightweight hammock with netting system – Php 1,135
Ora 11 lightweight hammock with netting system – Php 1,135

Tarp price depends on size, from Php 1,195-1,145

Nationwide shipping:
Free shipping within Metro Manila for orders worth more than Php1K
Outside Metro Manila less 100 of actual shipping fee for orders worth more than Php1K

5. Frogman Gear Philippines

With branches in Pasay, Dumaguete and Negros Oriental, Frogman Gear adds “Ultra” to the already lightweight hammock setup. Operating for more than 6 years, Frogman Gears has cocoon (550g) and classic hammock with net (700g) which are 9.2 x 4.8 ft in size and are made from ripstop material. They also offer a 10×10 ft tarp (600g) which gives you a complete hammock + tarp system at a total of 1.3 kg only, and it already has a maximum weight capacity of 160kg. Inquire on Frogman Gear Philippines’ FB Page or contact Jau at 09273767222 to know more.


Frogman Cocoon hammock Php 999 (includes straps and stuff sack)
Frogman Classic hammock w/ net Php 1350 (includes straps and stuff sack and bungee for the net)
Frogman Hybrid hammock (classic hammock w/ net and tarp shelter) – Php 2500

Nationwide shipping from Php 100

6. Cushy Outfitters

Cushy Outfitters makes double hammocks from lightweight parachute fabric producing pretty lightweight hammocks at 830grams. Being fairly new in weaving hammocks, Cushy Outfitters who hails from Quezon Province adapts to elegant yet rugged minimalist designs. Their hammocks, 10 by 6.5 ft in size are soft, breathable and quick-dry, and incorporate triple interlocking stitches for superior strength. Think about 230kg capacity, which can already lounge 3 petite people! They also sell mosquito nets, tarps, shirts and sleeping bags, which are all shippable nationwide. For inquiries, you may contact Cushy Outffitter’s FB page or message Miguel Pavon at 09052243704.


Double Hammock Php 1,350 (includes 2 x 3 meters strap with 5 + 1 loop and 2x heavy duty carabiners.

Nationwide shipping starts at Php130.

7. Off The Grid Hammocks by Pedal HQ

Standing out from the crowd of hammock faces are Off the Grid’s Ethnic Design hammocks, crafted from Nueva Ecija and conveniently distributed by Pedal HQ. I have been personally using an Off The Grid hammock and I can vouch for its comfort and strength. Made of 2-ply breathable nylon fabric, these 9 x 5.8 ft hammocks can accommodate a maximum load of 200kg while weighing only 700 grams, which is pretty lightweight. Pedal HQ also sells tarps, and ships nationwide so regardless of your location in the Philippines, you can grab a hold of one of these lovely designs. Message Pedal HQ’s FB page to see all designs available, or message Rands Lagahit at 09277970434.

Ethnic Design Hammock with Bugnet Php 1,290 (includes 200inch flat rope, built-in Pocket, 2 ended quick sack bag & 3meters guy-line).

Nationwide shipping starts at Php150.

Final Considerations When Buying a Local Hammock

After bombarding you with different local hammock seller options, let me leave you with this tip: let the price be your LAST consideration when choosing. My friend bought a Decathlon hammock for around P700 only but it’s already torn due to frequent use. Instead, decide based on the quality and the type of adventurer that you are.

My Complete Hammock + Tarp set up
My Complete Hammock + Tarp set up

If you are a single lady, then you don’t really need the bigger-sized hammocks as it will add more weight to your pack. If you usually travel with your partner, then a bigger non-cocoon type might suit you.

Are you a stargazer? Then the net-type may be better for you so you can fall asleep while stargazing without being eaten by mosquitoes. But if you only care about sleeping at night, then cocoon-type will be fine.

Do you need the tarp? For me yes especially outside summer! You can DIY your own tarp, or save time and effort, and support our local brands! I did both and preferred the latter 🙂

If you still can’t decide which one to get, best to ask other hammock-hangers! You can join our Hammock Camping FB Group.

Finally, if you’re a local hammock weaver and you would like to be included in this list, just send us a message. 😉

Happy Hanging!


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