Dutchware Chameleon

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  • Great for all seasons
  • Durable and comfortable
  • Easy to set up
  • Comes in a variety of colors
  • Made of high quality materials


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Best Hammock of 2022 - GearLab
We tested many models that gave us options on color, size, fabric, and accessories. Still, none gave us the ability to customize almost everything about the system while also being extremely functional and comfortable. The Dutchware Chameleon provides discerning hammockers the options to design thei...
5 months ago
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Dutchware Chameleon, not-pictured but eventually used super-old Hennessey XL hex, MSR Thru-hiker ultralight mesh house, and one camp-happy dingo mix. For those camping with dogs - I know that my little idiot is totally happy to sleep in the leaf litter, but she also does not realize that she is very dumb, kind of slow, and possibly snack-sized for some of the larger forest carnivores.
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Finally got to take my newly completed setup out for a spin
I was quite happy with my Dutchware Chameleon and thought I wouldn't buy another hammock for sometime. Then my friend purchased a Blackbird XLC.
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During research, I've heard that when it comes to hammocks it best to just pay up. Buy once cry once if you will. So I now have me a dutchware chameleon, with all the Dutchware bling. I'm starting to get the hang of it.
Looking for quality double layer hammock, any suggestions?
Dutchware Chameleon. I have it, I love it. You can customize the outer and inner colors, you can get covers for bugs, cold, etc that zip on. The Ridgeline organizers and such are cool. All in all a great hammock in my opinion.
Looking for advice for a lightweight backpacking hammock, preferably with bugnet.
Dutchware Chameleon checks all your boxes! I've been using mine for years, highly recommend.
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I don't care what it costs. I just want to sleep well. HELP!
Tried a bunch of hammocks. My go to is the Dutchware Chameleon right now. Very modular.
Review of Dutchware Chameleon Hammock - Light & Superbly Versatile
4 week or longer delivery time. The main difference between the Dutchware Chameleon and these hammocks. None of the other hammocks offer a 2-way separating toothed zipper that both rotates and flips 180 degrees, mates perfectly with other zippers and opens anywhere on both sides
4 months ago
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Wanting to hammock camping
The mistake most people making is buying an ENO or something from Amazon that’s too short. It was a large investment, but I just jumped in with both feet and bought a Dutchware Chameleon, with spider/poly beetle buckle suspension with sewn-in dutch clips, underquilts and topquilt from Cumulus (Poland, as I’m in Europe). I got a double layer hammock for better protection against mosquito bites, but for winter single layer is fine. I went with a Chameleon for the modular aspect.
I want to get into hammocking, but I’m not sure where to begin
I like my Dutchware Chameleon as well. Both of those are backpacking hammocks; you could use them in parks or on hikes as well (having a hammock on a day hike is awesome!). You'll want an underquilt; I'd recommend getting a 0F full length one - it's good until the mid 60Fs (survival rated to 0F). For a suspension, I like 12' straps and the becket hitch.


Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

7.4 x 5.94 x 3.7 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

7.28 x 3.7 x 4.29 inches

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