mclean metalworks' hammock mounts front, back and wheels of cars

mclean metalworks' hammock mounts front, back and wheels of cars

on first thought, hanging on to the back of your car might not sound like the most appealing or wise thing to do. but, with mclean metalworks’ hammock mount, the experience is, apparently, far more relaxing as you can literally float carefree. the mechanics, which fits 2-inch vehicle receiver hitches, deploys in a matter of moments from the front, rear and, now, wheels.

image via gearjunkie (main image also)



so, why not just pitch your hammock from two perfectly placed trees? well, in a scenario where it is just you, your car, a hammock, and the picturesque but tree-baron landscape like a beach or rocky desert, this camping tool might just be your best companion. no more worrying and hunting for the best campsite, only a good parking space is needed now. mclean metalworks‘ hammock mount, which weighs 40 lbs, features collapsible steel arms that lock into the frame for transport and again when extended outwards – perfect.

image courtesy of mclean metalworks


image courtesy of mclean metalworks


image courtesy of mclean metalworks


image courtesy of mclean metalworks

  • There should be a video of how it’s deployed, or at the least a still pic showing the item in its folded-up disposition.

    James says:
  • There is a video of it being deployed at the top of the article.

    Scott says:

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