Yes, suspension straps are included with all our hammocks. Have a look at this video to see how the suspension straps work: How do the Draumr straps work
Our Draumr hammocks are designed to be used with a suitable inflatable sleeping pad. Together with the hammock the sleeping pad gives the hammock its unique flat lay and needed structure. An underquilt is not necessary as the sleeping pad insulates from below and keeps you warm. A pad pocket holds your sleeping pad in place.
Learn how to inflate the sleeping pad here
Learn how you deflate and pack the sleeping pad here
Click here for a brief introduction to: Draumr 5.0
Choose standard length if your height is below 180cm/5´11” and Draumr XL if you are between 180-210cm / 5´11” - 6´11”.
Click here to see our supplementary size guide: Size guide
Click here to see our newest collection: Whats new? Draumr 5.0, UL, and more
In most cases, it's not wear and tear that damages the Draumr. Damage is often caused by accidents with sharp objects, embers from fires, etc. Regardless of which hammock you choose, it is important to be careful and observant when you hang your hammock, and when taking it down.
No, you don´t. The pole set is an optional accessory and is not strictly needed. With that being said, we see that many of our customers choose to buy the pole set for their hammock. The purpose of the pole set is to lift the mosquito net from the head - and foot end, and to create more room inside the hammock. Sticks found at the camp site will work just fine as well, so we’ll leave it up to you to decide if you need them or not.
Have a look at this video to learn how to insert the pole set, and how not to do it: How to insert the pole set
You need to allow for some trial and error, eventually you’ll find the method that works best for you. Here is a video that might guide you in the right direction: How to enter your Draumr hammock
If you prefer written instructions, you can find them here: Amok Draumr - User manual
You´ll find several great ideas in the video below. We hope you find the way that works best for you.
Yes, you can wash your hammock! Clean the hammock with a mild detergent, then hang to dry. You should not put the hammock in a washing machine, nor iron or tumble dry.
You can also refer to the wash label that is attached to the inside of the stuffsack.
Have a look at this video on: How to clean your Draumr hammock
Yes, all our sleeping pads are perfect for the Draumr hammocks.
Our Long Wide (LW) pads fit our Draumr in standard length, and our XL-pads fit the Draumr XL. Click here to see a video of: Our Fjøl Collection 2021
No, we do not recommend a shorter pad. A pad with the recommended measurements is vital for the function and comfort of the hammock. If you have a shorter pad it will affect the experience quite a bit. You might experience that a shorter pad will slide around in the pad pocket, and you will not be able to take advantage of the full length of the hammock.
If you have a sleeping pad with air baffles running lengthwise, and the measurements are approximately 198x65x9cm / 220x65x9cm (XL), it will be a perfect match for your Draumr hammock.
The R-value is based on tests done at our factory and a comparison to similar pads made with the same materials and insulation. We will convert our ratings to the new industry standard during the year, which will give us more exact numbers.
Yes, all our sleeping pads can be used in tents or on the ground, as long as you ensure that the sleeping pad is protected against potential harmful objects such as sharp branches, rocks, etc. We recommend using a groundsheet or similar underneath the sleeping pad if used directly on the ground. Remember to dry your pad after every use, and to never store it wet.
Stains from direct contact with hair/skin are not uncommon; it happens to sleeping bags, jackets, etc. as well, over time. You can try cleaning the spot with lukewarm water and some mild detergent (the one you use for wool, for instance), but we can't guarantee it'll completely disappear. Luckily, the pad will work just fine, even with some stains on it. Make sure you let the pad dry completely before packing and storing it.
No, but a good tarp can make or break your camping experience. A tarp can shelter you from all kinds of weather. The tarp will help you protect your hammock and other gear when it's raining, it can create shelter from the wind or a cooling shade in hot summer weather. Our Skjold 10 tarp is a big tarp (approx. 10m2) that is compatible with all of our hammocks.
The tarp comes with a suspension system, guy lines, and tarp stakes. Seam sealer is also included if you need to seam seal your tarp.
Click here, and learn: How to seam seal your tarp
Yes, it is! Skjold 10 is 30% larger than the previous Skjold tarp, and the coverage is approximately 10m2.
Choosing a tarp is somewhat based on individual needs and what kind of weather conditions you expect. With that being said, for our Draumr hammocks, we do not recommend a tarp shorter than 350cm (from head to toe) and 250cm (along the ridgeline). The dimensions of our newest tarps, Skjold 10 and Skjold UL, is 380 x 300 cm. The bigger tarp is a result of feedback from customers and our own experiences when camping.
Yes, absolutely! Lay diagonally in your Segl XL hammock for a flatter lay.
Take your camping experience in Segl XL to the next level:
Segl XL is perfect for a short trip in the woods, or for relaxing at home in your garden. Click here to see a video of our: Segl XL
We do not make our own bug nets for Segl XL. You will find different models out there which will fit the Segl XL hammock, just make sure the bug net is long enough (minimum 3 meters).
Reach out to us at email@example.com if you want to purchase spare parts. Right now it's not possible to order spare parts through our webshop, but we'll probably have everything you need in stock and we are happy to help you out with placing an order.
Always air out your gear after use, especially if it's moist or wet. The product will not necessarily rot if stored moist or wet, but it can lead to bad smells and discoloration, and over time it can affect the strength of the textiles.
All our sleeping pads have insulation made from synthetic materials and can safely be stored in the stuff sack
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