Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Tent-Hammock
Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Tent-Hammock
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Rated #1 hammock by Backpacker and Outside magazines and winner of the 50 Campfires’s “Gear of the Year” award in 2015, the Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge tent hammock offers the best of both worlds. With dual capabilities, you can set the hammock up under diverse conditions Read More

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Screwedover
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Aug 8, 2019
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Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Tent Hammock - 488 requests and only 188 Sold!?!?!? Wow not a Happy Camper!!!! It was there at lunch and then it was gone at dinner........... Saw it on the cell at lunch, thought about it for the afternoon while working and when I got home went on-line to order it. 5:30 pm Vancouver, B.C. Suggestion: All drops should end at Midnight  Pacific Time and Add More Units to the Darn Drops. This is the 3rd time I missed a drop, due to a Quick Sellout of a limited quantity Drop Or With clothing it's litimted qty's of item sizes. Shoes very limited over size 13.5 or the product itself. I think you could have sold another 100 easy....... You Need to get this drop happening again toot sweet! Camping season has just begun. Pleazzzz Make it happen Boyz & Girlz
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Aug 8, 2019
lawsonhammock
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Lawson
Aug 9, 2019
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Sorry you missed it! The drops are typically for a limited duration (a few days), which is why it ended. Feel free to reach out to us direct at info@lawsonhammock.com. We can figure something out or at least let you know if/when we do another drop. Appreciate it!
Aug 9, 2019
jacobbocaj
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Aug 7, 2019
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Anyone know if this drop would get to me in time? I live in Washington State, but I've a camping trip I'd like to use this for, on Sept 15.
Aug 7, 2019
lawsonhammock
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Lawson
Aug 7, 2019
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Yes sir, you should get it in plenty of time!
Aug 7, 2019
RayF
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Mar 7, 2019
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May not be appropriate for all campsites...
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Mar 7, 2019
lawsonhammock
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Lawson
Mar 8, 2019
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Except that you can also use it on the ground as a tent/bivy ;)
Mar 8, 2019
cwmst22
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Jan 30, 2019
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Currently $134.12 with free 2-day shipping at Backcountry.com https://www.backcountry.com/lawson-hammock-blue-ridge-hammock Add in 4% cashback ($5.36) in your Ebates.com account if you're a member there as well.
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Jan 30, 2019
oldsparkey
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Jan 28, 2019
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The following is my onion and no one else's......I've had one for over 20 years and it's basically a tent in the air. When I got in it and closed it up I was totally enclosed. That's one complaint about it because I like to lay in a hammock and have the ability to look around. If you also like that then you could use a separate rain fly ( tarp ) to replace the one that comes with the hammock. The other complaint is that with the spreader bars if you try to sit on the side of it you will end up on the ground. I'm a ultralight backpacker and basically it's just to heavy and big for me to backpack with. It's extremely comfortable and offers a lot of room for a camper. It's great for canoe , or car camping. Back when I got mine about a year later I had a question and contacted them , they responded promptly and definitely work with a customer. At the price Massdrop has it's a steal.
Jan 28, 2019
Jhawins
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Jan 29, 2019
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Your onion?
Jan 29, 2019
oldsparkey
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Jan 29, 2019
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Heck yes , doesn't every one have an onion about something and put opinions on their hamburgers ??? Ooop's , I think I might have that reversed or backwards.
Jan 29, 2019
J_Hill
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Sep 22, 2018
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purchased my Lawson hammock last year and it is one of the best camping purchases I have ever made. I would like to see the underquilt come out on its own DROP
Sep 22, 2018
Scott
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Sep 5, 2018
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over 4 lbs and I could just go w/ 2man tent, tho.
Sep 5, 2018
lawsonhammock
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Lawson
Sep 5, 2018
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All weights are calculated differently, but this one includes the netting, rainfly, poles and stuff sack. You can also remove more than a pound by taking off the spreader bars if size/weight is critical.
Sep 5, 2018
MrxMrp
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Sep 6, 2018
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Hi, for sure but one thing to consider is that with a hammock you are not sleeping on the ground. I like the concept of the spreader bars.
Sep 6, 2018
Marauder26
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Jul 2, 2018
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Hi, my blue ridge hammock came in yesterday, to my pleasant surprise, 2 weeks ahead of schedule. I noticed that the description says nothing about tent stakes, and my hammock didn't come with any. It's not a big deal because I already have plenty, was it supposed to come with stakes?
Jul 2, 2018
oldsparkey
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Jan 28, 2019
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What are yo going to stick the steaks in ????? The hammock , rain fly , everything is self contained in the air , nothing is touching the ground unless you fall out of it.
Jan 28, 2019
Marauder26
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Jan 28, 2019
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well took it once to three sisters in Oregon, and didn't need to use the stakes. But the Lawson can be a tent on the ground or hang in the trees
Jan 28, 2019
frekin
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Jun 18, 2018
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I'm a stomach sleeper and have never been truly comfortable in a hammock (even lying at an angle), so I've been really interested in trying a spreader bar hammock. However, 68 oz seems a bit on the heavy side. I think this outweighs most of the tents I own by far (including poles).
Any plans for a lighter version of this? The ability to use it as a 1p tent on the ground or hammock is really attractive, but I don't want to sacrifice so much pack weight for versatility. I could probably just add an ultralight hammock to the tent in my pack and end up with the same weight.
Jun 18, 2018
lawsonhammock
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Lawson
Jun 18, 2018
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Thanks for the message. No immediate plans. There are plenty of ways to lighten the load. One way to fairly easily take off over a pound of weight is to remove the spreader bars. The hammock will still lay much flatter than others but will be lighter and pack down smaller. Hope that helps!
Jun 18, 2018
Aotearoan
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Jun 18, 2018
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Have been a long time user of the Hennessy system, which I love, but am forever on the lookout for a hammock set up that also performs as a useful ground shelter (and ideally a self supporting mosquito shelter in hotel rooms etc when in the tropics). I have used the Hennessy in these ways, but it's tended to be haphazard and a last resort solution at best. This looks like it would function much better as a ground shelter because of the included support hoops and flatter footprint.
The Lawson however, veers away from the usual open/airy fly design with a much more closed in tent like fly. Wondering how breathable this is in rainy weather - is condensation a major problem (and especially bad in ground shelter mode, when you don't even get the air gap at the rope ends) Bivvy bag/ hooped bivvy experience from long ago suggests this could be a bit of a sauna in humid conditions?
Jun 18, 2018
Aotearoan
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Jun 18, 2018
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Thanks for your reply - does the rainfly have any kind of door/access built in, or are you just supposed to pull it up to get in the hammock? can't really tell from the pictures.
Jun 18, 2018
lawsonhammock
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Lawson
Jun 18, 2018
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You just lift it up. Had a zipper a long time ago, but the feedback was that no one used it and it wasn't necessary so we eliminated it.
Jun 18, 2018
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