What is a hammocker to do when temperatures plummet?
Cozying up on the couch with a cup of tea and putting your hammock in the closet until the first blooms of spring isn’t the right answer.
Hammocking is an all season activity, and taking a little winter siesta in your Color Cloud—inside or outside—is a sure cure to beat the winter blues.
Try our 3 tested ways to hammock your way through winter:
Sure, hammocks are traditionally known for being hung between two trees, but their functionality doesn’t stop there. Hang your hammock indoors—put one in the kids room, get rid of that couch you’ve been meaning to take to charity shop and set up your hammock in the spare room—or sun room, or living room. You may spend the whole winter hibernating in your hammock!
Color Cloud Hammocks fit perfectly on a 15ft hammock stand, or they can easily be attached to weight bearing walls or ceiling hooks.
As crazy as it may seem, Color Cloud travel hammocks are the perfect accessory for winter sports enthusiasts—whether you’re an avid snowboarder, weekend snowshoer, or a chaperone of the neighborhood sledding hill.
Pack your lightweight Color Cloud in your backpack with your dry gloves and thermos of hot cocoa, and you’re set to pitch the perfect mid-slope or après-ski pitstop.
If winter really isn’t your thing, remember that it’s always summer somewhere! If you can’t imagine your hammock without barefeet and sunshine on your face, it may be time to head south to thaw out.
Color Clouds are carry-on compliant, and if you have to take an overnight flight to get to the sun—hammocks multitask as a pillow or blanket! Bon voyage!
No matter which way you hang it, enjoy hammocking this winter!