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(The Gear Loop) - Ticket To The Moon, an ethically driven outdoors company specialising in hammocks, suspended chairs and backpacks, has announced details of its latest hammock line-up, which includes its lightest model to date, as well as a PRO version with a built-in insect net.

The hammocks, which are ethically-constructed at the company’s own factory in Bali, Indonesia, are all made from skin-friendly OEKO-TEX Standard 100 parachute silk nylon, are free from nasty PFCs and other chemicals and are sold with a ten year guarantee.


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The Lightest Hammock weighs in at just 228 grams, including its Express Setting Bag that allows for quick and easy set-ups, while the body is constructed from a unique high performance, crinkle nylon textile and attached by super tough, spliced UHMWPE ropes and loops, with lightweight yet strong 6kN carabiners.

Favoured by adventurers and fastpackers where every gram counts, the hammock recently won an Ispo Gold Award, the top seal of approval honouring innovation and awarded to only the best products in the outdoor industry.

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In addition to this, TTTM also offers the previously mentioned PRO version, with a stow-able Convertible Bug Net and an integrated structural Ridge Line, which helps maintain fit and tension and keeps the user’s back straight and level when resting diagonally.

The integrated Ridgeline Organiser allows users to stow the bug net when not in use or other camping essentials, while external loops mean it’s possible to neatly fit an under quilt or attach other accessories for a totally bespoke set up.


Writing by Leon Poultney.