Goose Down Underquilt – Advantages of down over hollow fiber filling for cold protection in your hammock
When hammock camping in winter, many people choose an Underquilt with goose down to ensure even greater thermal insulation in their hammock. Amazonas Ultra-Light already has some hollow fiber Underquilts in its range. Now we have also added a Goose Down Underquilt. Read about the advantages of down versus hollow fiber filling.
Hammock, tarp and mosquito net in one item! Our all-in-one outdoor overnight set Traveller Camp offers you protection from wind, rain and annoying insects. The hammock has a thermal compartment for your sleeping pad and the large mosquito net provides a comfortable, safe place under a tarp. Everything is connected and is easy to set up in minutes. Perfect for wild camping beginners!
Moskito Traveller Quilted – what is special about this outdoor hammock? Why is it especially suitable for hammock camping beginners and wild camping in Sweden? And what are the advantages compared to a set of two single items? Here you will find the answers.
If you have a hammock with a compartment, you can place an insulating mat underneath the hammock. This provides thermal insulation when you spend the night outdoors. Our absolute bestseller is the Moskito Traveller Thermo. What are the advantages of this hammock and why are the Amazonas Ultra-Light thermal hammocks so unique?
An underquilt is a protection against the cold for an overnight stay in the hammock. When bivouacking or hammock camping, an underquilt serves as thermal insulation from below. Amazonas Ultra Light has three different underquilts with hollow fibre filling.
Underquilt or insulating mat in the compartment of a hammock – which thermal insulation is right for you? What are the various advantages and disadvantages for overnight sleeping in a hammock and when should you combine the two?
What is an underquilt and why do you need it for your outdoor hammock when wild camping? Here you can find out how the thermal insulation of an underquilt works, and what advantages an underquilt has compared to a sleeping bag in a hammock.
Most AMAZONAS Ultra-Light hammocks are classified in two product series. We distinguish between the ADVENTURE and the TRAVELLER series, both sewn from particularly tear-resistant ripstop material. Discover here what the differences consist in and what the advantages of the different product families are.
Hammocks and tarps made of ripstop material have become an indispensable part of the outdoor scene. Many well-known manufacturers of ultra-light tents and outdoor equipment use this extremely light fabric which is woven using a special technique. What exactly this means and what advantages this material has, we will explain here.
Our tarps are divided into two categories. The extremely light and compact ADVENTURE series includes tarps made of silnylon, while the TRAVELLER series features the somewhat heavier and robust tarp made of polyester. Here you can find out what properties each material has and which tarp is best suited to your hammock overnight camping plans.
When hammocking in the forest, you hardly want to be surprised by snow, rain or even just falling leaves. That’s why you need a roof for your hammock when bivouacking, in other words a TARP. Whether ultralight and compact or particularly robust and large, we have a wide range of tarps for various outdoor activities.