Sleeping in the Air (the right way) actually suspends you in a near anti-gravity state, so that you do not feel pressure points - ask any ground camper, press points = sore bones in the morning.
So, what's the right way to sleep in a hammock?
Tip 1. Sleep Diagonally
This allows you to flatten out.
Tip 2. Use an Under Quilt
This will keep your back warm.
Tip 3. Stay Dry (Pack Too)
Closure Sleeves will keep the rain out.
We Got Tired of Restless Nights on the Ground!
Sierra Madre's battle cry is "Comfort for the Wildlings"! We believe your gear should empower you in the wild with peaceful and comfortable nights of sleep. Without worrying about the weather, cold, or the un-forgiving ground.
Don't suffer through another night of restless sleep, waking up achy and tired. Learn how Air Camp can change your adventurous life today!
“I work for REI in the camping department and I also teach wilderness skills for the outdoor school. I have had plenty of experience with other camping gear but not until I tried Sierra Madre I was never satisfied. Sierra Madre has worked the kinks out with their incredible innovation!” — Robert
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Air Camp has re-opened the outdoors for my wife and I - can't thank SM enough for getting us started on the right foot. Here's to many new adventures!
"Great hammock! Able to sleep comfortably on my side or back... Looking forward to many more backpacking trips through Wyoming!"
First off, if you are moving on from some REI, EMS, or even Walmart, basic 2 person camp hammock with crappy straps and a make shift tarp, this thing is gonna blow your mind. Tons of room inside, I used the pole kit and rain fly as well, which really does make a huge difference in free space within the bug net, I’m 6’ @ 235lbs, I had no issues reaching the line organizer.
I don’t think I will need to purchase another shelter for the next 20 years, I’ll be passing this on to my little boys as they grow, and I get to upgrade to the newest SM shelter.
Thanks for putting out an excellent product, the attention to detail and design is easily noticed, well done.
Replaced my 4 year old double nest with a newninoxflat lay hammock and shelter .. have to say I’m more than pleased .. Uber awesome materials .. seemingly superior build quality .. insanely comfortable! Easy to set up .. love the room in the shelter that the poles add .. all in all I give SMR a major tip of the hat for a home run in the hammock camping world ! Can’t wait to get this setup on the pictured rocks trail for a six day hike at the end of September!!!
The Ninox Fly rocked it this weekend. Been using it for a while and this was the second time in a Big rainstorm. Both mornings woke up with dry gear and nothing on the underside of the tarp. I used to get a wet head of hair trying to get out from under the tarp most mornings. Very happy with the#NinoxFly
6 nights at 9000 feet all Sierra Madre'd out. I love the Ninox, but I love the Inferno more, by far the best system I've tried. All the scouts were complaining if being cold at night. I was nice and warm.
The Ninox was so comfortable, the lay was flat, as promised, and additionally my face and head was not swallowed in excess material like other hammocks. I could enter the hammock and be situated in seconds, warm, and enjoying a bug free view of all those stars!
I am hooked! I go winter camping every year with my buds and I never considered a hammock shelter until I saw the Ninox. I took the leap and spent my first three nights hanging in the Sinkyone Wilderness. It was epic! Best nights of sleep I’ve ever had while camping.