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Need help with your HangPad? Our FAQ page provides all the information you need to get the most out of your HangPad. From setup tips to product care advice, we have answers to all your questions about our revolutionary hammock and insulated sleeping pad. Shop HangPad today and rest assured you are getting the highest quality, most innovative and reliable gear to make your next outdoor adventures unforgettable.

• Space-saving - hammocks take up very little space, allowing you to easily move them from one location to another

• Comfort - hammocks provide a comfortable way to relax outdoors

• Versatile - hammocks can be used for camping, beach trips, and backyard relaxation

• Durable - high-quality hammocks are designed to withstand repeated use and the elements, providing years of use and enjoyment


When camping in nature, you have to be prepared for the elements. Depending on the climate, this can mean heat or cold -- sometimes both in the same day! You have some options that can help maintain comfort in spite of temperature fluctuations:

Insulation: On the higher end of the price spectrum, the find hammocks with integrated insulation. These quilts preserve heat but add weight and bulk. So, depending on the trip, this might be less desirable.

Sleeping pads: Some hammocks have insertable sleeping pads, which can improve the comfort of sleeping overnight. However, these pads often slip and slide, frustrating even the calmest camper.

Inflatable: Of course, we're biased. We built the HangPad to fix some of the things we hated about sleeping pads and insulated hammocks. Our inflatable quilt prevents air transfer underneath the hammock, which helps preserve your body temperature.

Another choice to make is whether to bring a sleeping bag or additional quilts. Consult the weather, and bring the right type of cover for your situation.


The right material for a hammock depends on where it hangs. Most commonly, you'll see hammocks made from colorful canvas, bright nylon, and braided rope.

Canvas: This material is ideal for home use, and other places where the hammock hangs permanently. It's a bit heavier, is rarely waterproof, and tends to be slower to dry. It's best to bring these hammocks in during weather to lengthen life, as material will fade over time.

Nylon: This is the adventurer’s material -- especially the “rip stop” iteration, an extremely resilient version that resists tearing. Canvas is waterproof and lightweight, making it an ideal companion for camping and hiking.

Cotton/rope: Rope is a common material in handcrafted backyard hammocks, it offers a bit of nostalgic feel. Some are more waterproof than others, and sometimes rope can be uncomfortable if exposed to bare skin. Cotton is a bit easier on the skin, but tends to get soiled quite quickly.

For camping, we recommend ripstop nylon. It’s lightweight, waterproof and tear-resistant -- even the most avid adventurers will have a tough time destroying a hammock made from ripstop nylon. Trust us: the last thing you want is a ripped hammock when you have nowhere else to sleep.

Hammocks are awesome. They're lightweight, portable, and easy to hang. There's also a sense of freedom, relaxation, and well-being that comes from a solid hammock hang. Once you experience the comfort and ease of hammock life, you may never go back to tent camping again!

You may also start to bring your hammock everywhere. Hammocks do double duty, providing a quick relaxation set-up at the beach, at the park, or even in the backyard. Hammocks add comfort and convenience to a variety of outdoor adventures.

When it comes to choosing a hammock for adventuring, here's what you need to know.

It really comes down to personal preference, as well as the climate you'll be in. However, please keep in mind that it can be chillier while hanging amongst the trees, as you are more exposed to the elements than you would be in a tent. The HangPad’s air pockets are designed to better insulate your body, but depending on the weather, you may still need a sleeping bag or quilt. 

We personally prefer to bring some sort of blanket and pillow when we camp with our HangPads. As always, prepare for the expected temperatures; rely on a lighter sleeping bag in warmer weather and a heavier bag for colder climates.

Some hammock lovers prefer quilts over sleeping bags. The top quilt covers them as they sleep, while the bottom quilt shields the body from cold. Quilts can be quite bulky, so it really comes down to space availability.

We've always been frustrated with the way that sleeping pad inserts and underquilts for hammocks tend to move around while we sleep. Each HangPad features an integrated air quilt, so there's no need for an additional sleeping pad. Bonus: you can inflate the HangPad as a sleeping pad for tent camping as well!

Nope! We wanted to have a completely comprehensive hammock solution: just grab and go. Tree straps and carabiners come standard with each HangPad.

An active lifestyle means being prepared for anything. For small holes, we provided an emergency patch kit.

Absolutely! Durability remained paramount throughout our product development and testing phases and continues to take center stage as we transition into production. We've subjected our inflatable hammock prototypes to an assortment of stress tests – overloading them with weight, stuffing them in backpacks for wilderness camping, and even exposing them to beach waters. Thanks to its robust design, the HangPad stands tough against all adversities.

Absolutely! If you're unsatisfied for any reason, please return your HangPad within 90 days for a full refund.