Sean “Shug” Emery is well-known and loved in hammock circles for his informative, entertaining videos. Shug is a professional clown by trade, obviously a perfect line of work for this many-talented man. We were excited when he bought one of the first hundred stands we made, but kind of hoped he’d hold off on any review until we could get him a sample of the improved version we’re now projecting to be able to ship from late September. He did.
This is Shug’s first look at the Tensa4:
Have a look around Shug’s Youtube channel if you haven’t already. One of my favorites is his account of hammock camping at -40F°. Which happens to be -40C°, as well. That’s the point that his thermometer wouldn’t show any lower; maybe it was 2 Kelvin.
4 thoughts on “We’ve been Shugged!”
AS USUAL MR. EMERY DID A GREAT JOB SLICING AND DICING. THIS IS IN MY FUTURE. I JUST CAME BACK FROM 4-DAYS CAMPING WITHOUT USING A HAMMOCK BECAUSE OF THEIR SILLY SIERRA CLUB KNUCKLE-DOWN AND “DON’T TOUCH THE TREES” RULES, EVENTHOUGH I DID SEE SOME ONE WITH A SLACK LINE HITCHED UP. THE CAMP COPS MIGHT MISS IT BECAUSE IT IS BEHIND THEIR MOTORHOME.
How well will this work with other hammocks such as the Amok and WB Ridgerunner?
Works fine with both. Amok Draumr XL: https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/143534-Tensa-Outdoor-and-the-commercial-packable-tensahedron-stand?p=1911177&viewfull=1#post1911177 . Warbonnet Ridgerunner: https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/148981-ViDEO-Tensa4-Lightweight-Portable-Hammock-Stand-First-Look?p=1912947&viewfull=1#post1912947