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Sparrow

SKU 00088
$175.00
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Sparrow

The Sparrow is a gathered end, sewn channel, 4 season hammock. It features a completely removable net and/or overcover. This gives you the option of taking only the components you need. The Sparrow also features separating zippers that meet in the middle on both sides for easy access from either side of your hammock. The Sparrow is available in 3 versions: Net Only, Overcover Only, Net & Overcover. The overcover features a noseeum vent on one end.

The Sparrow has separating zippers on both sides. They start at both ends of the hammock and zip toward the middle. This gives you easy reach of the zippers on either side of the hammock. The net and overcover are removable and reversible, which allows you to position the standard overcover vent at either end. The overcover can also be used on just one side of the hammock when you'd like to block wind coming in under your tarp from the side. Unlike the ThunderBird, the Sparrow has no dedicated head or foot end so you can lay with your head on either end.


Every Sparrow comes fully assembled and ready to hang

with the following standard items:

  • Hammock
  • Bugnet
  • Continuous Loops
  • Ridgeline
  • Stuff Sack

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