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Camping Hammock Underquilt


Material Polyester
Color Army Green
Product Dimensions 92"L x 51"W
Maximum Weight Recommendation 660 Pounds

About this item

  • Winter Underquilt: Comfortable temperature range 40°F ~ 68°F (5°C ~ 20°C), a great addition for hammock campers on cold days or winter hammock camping
  • Premium Materials: Polyester Filling, 20D Ripstop Nylon Shell with a DWR coating and 240T Polyester Pongee Lining, 400G imitation silk cotton stuffing, warm, water repellent, and compact
  • Keeping You Warm: Designed to fit snugly to all standard-sized hammocks, keeping you warm and toasty in chilly temperatures,
  • Easy Setting Up & Taking Down: Short bungee cord loops for an easy and cozy fix to your hammock, very fast and easy to set up and take down


Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Kenneth L.

Me and my wife live outdoors and we love our hammocks so we decided to try this product because it was fixing to get cold when it hit 30°. We took it out and it kept warm. It felt like a heating pad on our back. Definitely worth the cash.

Dubl M.

I have never slept warm in a hammock before using this. So happy. The carabiners are hilariously large and heavy, when they are essentially tied onto a thin stretchy string. So I replaced those with some much smaller, lighter ones that came with some other product. And the stuffsack is incredibly cheap, the compression bucklestraps burst on the first use. But the quilt does it's job, happy to have it. It has kept me warm enough with a 0F bag in 35F nights.

Ashlie C.

The item is exactly as described. The first day my son received it we camped in our yard. He slept in a hammock and I slept in a tent. It rained that night and the temperature dropped down to 35-40F that night. He uses a tarp as a canopy and he did not get wet at all. He said he slept great and did not get cold at all that night. The quality seem durable but only time will tell. I am confident it will hold up for the 6-10 times a year we camp out in the spring and fall. Satisfied with my purchase.


For deer hunting I decided to camp remotely and setup a camp on my hunting land. I had a hammock a zero degree sleeping bag with two of theses underquilts....would one have worked? likely but I had two and used both. I was comfortable while I was in outside of the sleeping bag was COLD. But I looked forward to going to bed each night since I knew I would be warm without question.


I got to try this under quilt out this past weekend. First impression is that it is on the heavy side and does not compress down very much. It takes up a lot of space. That said, I was car camping so it did not matter. I don't think I would want to carry this if I were backpacking. That is really the only downside to it. It fits the Eno perfectly. It only attaches at the ends, which I thought may allow air in between it and the hammock, but it turned out to not be an issue at all. With my weight in it, everything kind of came together the right way and airflow was not a problem. The construction seems to be decent. It feels like it is well made.

The first night, the low temperature was around 48 F. I was using an Eno Double Nest with a Kelty 30 Degree down bag. I slept in a pair of ripstop nylon pants, a light weight wool base layer top, a wool cap and thick wool socks. At about 12:30am, I had to unzip the bag and lose the hat. I was roasting. No cold spots under me at all.
Second night was a better test. Temps dropped to 33 F. I added one heavier weight synthetic top, otherwise dressed the same. Again, no cold spots at all. Shoulders, butt, beck, feet....all the pressure points were great. I was perfectly warm and comfortable.

If you are reading this, you probably know the benefits of an under quilt. It is definitely superior to using a pad in your hammock, especially in colder temps. This one is plenty warm in the low 30's. I was able to move around, lay straight or on an angle without having to shift a pad around. I have wide shoulders that generally hang off the side of the pad. This solves that problem perfectly. Totally worth the $60.