Sleeping bags are so 2010. Let's try something different, how about a Kammok? It’s a lightweight camping hammock that fits one person and is made of diamond rip-stop nylon fabric called LunarWave. It fits inside a water-resistant compression sack that weighs about one pound once it’s stored and is about as big as a large canteen.The high-tensile, poly-blend triple-stitch fabric helps the hammock get stronger when weight is applied. It’s also constructed to allow for ‘Brazilian style’ laying. It has a no-tip design and according to the company’s site, “If you fall out, you are doing it wrong.”
If you aren’t that much into the outdoors, the Kammok also works just about everywhere else. Try it out in your dorm, in the backyard, or even as a temporary bed when moving. As long as there are two points that are close enough together that can hold your body weight, the suspension system, or “Python Straps,” can be wrapped around the points and connect to the Kammok with strong carabiners. The Kammok was one of the products featured on Kickstarter, a funding platform for creating projects. If you’d like to get a Kammok you can go to their site and pledge money to help fund it. You have 6 days left (as of today). And even though the company received $148,204 of its $15,000 goal (they've started production), your pledge will not be wasted. For every package that includes the 20-oz Vacuum Insulated MiiR//KAMMOK branded bottle, one person will receive clean drinking water for an entire year. That's becasue all funds are donated to OneDaysWages.com which funds water projects in areas of need.