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Robens Trace Hammock Set | Review

Get back to nature and leave no trace with this all-inclusive hammock set

Why We Chose The Robens Trace Hammock Set: All-inclusive set that folds up into a tiny pack

Sometimes the simplest things in life are the best. The kind of lightweight micro adventures that a hammock enhances are becoming more and more alluring to more and more people. A night under a canopy of stars, suspended between two trees, with virtually nothing separating you from nature is an invigorating way to reconnect with the wild.

With the Trace Hammock Set, Robens deliver everything you need for a restful slumber in the great outdoors. Included in the set are the carabiners, the slings and the hammock itself, while you can also purchase an accompanying mosquito net and Trace underquilt separately, for the ultimate in wild sleeping luxury.

Who Is The Robens Trace Hammock Set For?

With its lightweight qualities and backpack compatibility, the Trace Hammock Set is ideal for hikers who are looking for lightweight adventures in summer conditions. However, combine the set with the underquilt and mosquito net and you’ve got a wild sleeping system of the highest quality, ideal for all manner of applications. If you’re looking to level up your garden or give the kids their first taste of sleeping outdoors, this is a tremendous option.


The main hammock is made from 210 T nylon, 40% of which is recycled polyethylene terephthalate so it’s strong and kind to the planet too. The luxurious underquilt is crafted from a lightweight mix of 40-denier ripstop nylon on the top and 20-dnier 290 T ripstop polyester on the bottom, which bestow it with excellent insulating qualities and supreme comfort. Finally, the net is a substantial polyester shield that keeps the mozzies and other creepy crawlies off.

Handily, the hammock's stuff sack doubles as a large storage pocket when the hammock is strung up. Photos: Chris Johnson


The hanger loops on the carrybag are reflective, meaning they’re easier to spot in the dark, as is the 6-metre reflective guyline on the mosquito net. The main hammock’s loops also mount easily onto the outside of your backpack. A pair of quality carabiners and slings are included. These are purpose built and Robens make a point of stating that they should only be used for hammock suspension and not for other applications, such as climbing.

“It’s everything you need for a restful slumber in the great outdoors.”

Handily, both the underquilt and mosquito net boast universal compatibility, so can be used with other hammocks too. They both also have their own carrybags and stash neatly into a backpack. The underquilt – as its name suggests – is hung under the hammock, easily attaches to the slings and is tightened for optimum warmth and comfort. The mosquito net’s protective barrier is breached via a horizontal zipper along one side.

OK it’s not the lightest hammock set out there, but it’s certainly very durable, easy-to-deploy (and pack up) and reliable. We’ve loved testing it.

Robens Trace Hammock Set


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