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Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Hammock Tent

Review Last Updated: March 19, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Hammock Tent.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Reasonable price
  • Weight (1800g)
  • Includes a detachable rainfly
  • Can also be used on the ground

Cons

  • Straps are not included

Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge Hammock Tent Product Review

The Lawson Blue Ridge has made quite an impression with consumers, and we can see why it could quickly become a go-to for survivalists.

The weight of this hammock tent is impressive. It weighs 1.8kg and can support a weight of up to 275 lbs, which provides plenty of strength to store all your survival essentials inside for easy access for any sudden rushes.

Its patented design has a unique arch pole bar system that allows for use between two objects as a hammock and caters to environments with or without trees in your surroundings.

This hammock tent excels in versatility, and with its ground use, adaptability makes it suitable for a range of climates.

The included rainfly can easily be detached for drier environments and will help with breathability and increase overall airflow.

You’ll have to purchase straps separately because as they don’t come with this hammock, which can be inconvenient to some consumers.

That said, straps can be acquired at a reasonable price and are usually compatible with most hammock tents out there.

Compared to its competitors, the Lawson Hammock Blue Ridge falls on the inexpensive side of the spectrum.

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