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Boonedox "Drifter" Collapsible Hammock Stand

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BoonDox Drifter

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Brand:
BooneDox
Model:
Drifter
MSRP ($):
239.95

BooneDox "Drifter" collapsible hammock stand packs can be packed into your kayak like a camping chair offering hammock camping no matter your surroundings. The Drifter weighs 22 lb. and can be used at the beach, while camping, at music festivals, ballgames, or in your living room, and be the envy of anyone still sitting around in a chair.

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Boonedox Drifter

The Boonedox Drifter is a solid way to put a hammock anywhere you want to. Riverbank, camp site or tailgating, whatever the place the Drifter can handle it. It is especially helpful in state parks where they won't let you attach anything to trees. It sets up quickly after the first time and is extremely comfortable. The individual pieces fit together much like attaching 2 sides of a paddle. It packs down to about the size of a camp chair and fits into its own case. For those who love to hammock camp, I would fully recommend adding this to your gear. My friends love the fact that I can move far enough away so they can't hear my snoring.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
don't have to worry about finding trees
Cons:
a bit heavy for kayak transport
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