Recently overthrown from its space as our previous Editor's Choice, the Warbonnet Blackbird has been overthrown by the Grand Trunk Skeeter Beeter. However, we still feel that the Blackbird has many merits. If you're ready for a serious backcountry setup that is comfortable and highly innovative, this hammock is a dream come true. The Blackbird becomes quick to set up and adjust after a little practice and offers a number of features that make it a great all-around choice, such as a storage shelf, integrated bug net, and a large foot box area. Whether in a campground or out in the backcountry, this model is a will keep you comfortable and protected while you sleep. Available from Warbonnet Outdoors with two different fabric weights and single or double layer construction, you can choose the perfect combination for your needs.
Look no further than the Warbonnet Blackbird XLC. With all the same features as the Blackbird, the XLC version of this award-winning hammock is 12" longer than the one we tested and is rated for users up to 7-feet tall! At $195 for the single layer or $210 for the double layer, this upgrade is an excellent choice for those looking to stretch their legs.