Flat Back Hammock Bed Offers Sleepers More Support

Flat Back Hammock Bed Offers Sleepers More Support
Design & Architecture

A hammock that's good for your spinal alignment, and convenient to take on your next camping trip

Ross Brooks
  • 2 july 2013

Hammocks are a quick and comfortable option when it comes to camping, but may not be the best option when it comes to your back. Sleeping with your spine curved could pose a few problems to your comfort the next morning, unless you opt for the Hammock Bliss Sky Bed.

Designed to create a flatter surface for sleeping, the Sky Bed is more similar to a bed or camping mat than a hammock. Touted as the world’s first truly flat two-point hammock, it uses an asymmetric design to provide the flat surface for campers to lie down on.


The hammock also includes a built-in sleeping pad sleeve, which can accommodate both foam and inflated pads to add insulation and support to your outdoor experience.

Made from ripstop nylon reinforced at the seams, the entire Sky Bed weighs just 23 oz (652 g), which includes 100 in (2.5 m) of integrated hanging rope on each end.

It also comes with an integrated bag, which serves as both carry sack and a flashlight/gear holder for other camping essentials.

If camping is your thing and you want to make it a little bit easier to get up in the morning, the Sky Bed is available via Hammock Bliss for $94.95.


Hammock Bliss Sky Bed


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