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Jammin a Jammock?

jammockEver since chocolate and peanut butter came together, people have looked for things that might go well together. Sometimes this goes well. Sometimes this does not go well.

I know what you might be thinking…

A lot of people like hammocks…

And a lot of us love our Jeeps and Trucks…

So what if someone put them together?

Could this creation be the next chocolate peanut butter delicious goodness?

Jammock thinks so. And they describe their creation this way:

Whether you are a hard core Jeeper or a weekend warrior, no Jeep is complete without the Jammock. Just what is it?

It’s a Comfortable, Convenient Hammock

Strung between the roll bars of your Jeep Wrangler, the Jammock provides comfortable, “above the rest” seating. Great for watching events, stargazing, fireworks, races or just plain relaxing!

It’s a Heavy-Duty Soft Top

While it won’t keep you dry in a downpour, the Jammock is a great way to cut down on direct sun while still letting you enjoy the open air feel that makes Jeeps great!

It’s a Wind Deflector

Install the Jammock like a Windjammer and it will allow air flow, but baffle it so the cabin is quieter – even with the doors off!

It’s a Cargo Tie-Down

The Jammock can be used to secure cargo – it only takes a few minutes to reposition!

It’s a Chaise Lounge

Placing one webbing strap on the top of the rear roll bars and the other webbing strap at the base of the same roll bars (near the tailgate), you have a reclining chair!

It Provides Extra Storage

The Jammock can be used as an extra overhead compartment for small, flat, secured items when an OEM soft-top or hardtop is installed.

Of all the accessories for your Jeep, few are this versatile; it’s like getting 6 products in one! And very few Jeep add-ons embody the unique Jeep lifestyle as much as a Jammock – it will be just one more reason people will envy you and your rig.

Here’s a video review from someone we don’t know:

In his free time, he enjoys hogging the remote, surfing, scotch, mental masturbation and debate over philosophical topics, and shooting stuff--usually not all at the same time.

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