Fox Outfitters Neolite Hammock

The Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock

View inside the Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock

Sometimes when you get outside you just feel the need to embody the term “hanging out” and get relaxed in a hammock. Hammocks offer the wonderful feeling of floating gently in the breeze or sleeping in a cloud, and of late they are slowly working their way into our camping arsenal. With all of the available options on the market today one needs a starter hammock, a piece of kit that allows the user to give it a whirl but not break the bank. Enter the Fox Outfitter Neolite Hammock. This hammock is available in both a double and single version in the neighborhood of $40 to $50, and offer a great hammock for the price.


The Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock is an easy to hang, comfortable and relaxing piece of kit for either the backyard or any outdoor adventure. The hammock itself comes packed in an integrated stuff sack, so that way you have one less thing to lose while out and about. The only two non-attached pieces of the hammock are the hanging ropes, which are quite ingeniously designed.


These ropes are simple a large bite with a series of overhand knots tied in them to produce

Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock single stuff sack

Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock single stuff sack

multiple small loops. To use them you simply wrap the rope around a tree and through a selected loop to increase or decrease the overall length. Another smart feature is the included steel carabiners on each end of the hammock. Once you’ve hung the ropes you just click the hammock into place, get in a relax.


The Fox Outfitters single hammock is constructed out of a lightweight parachute style of nylon, that easily and comfortably fits a grown adult. It is a traditional open top style hammock that produces a slight cocoon effect when one enters, making it a comfortable outdoor nap fortress.

Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock single

Fox Outfitters Neolite hammock single

The Fox Outfitters Neolite double hammock is large enough when slung, that one person will be cocooned completely in the extra fabric. We figured out almost immediately that a weight in the stuff sack will allow you to double the fabric back over yourself and create a light barrier against weather and bugs to some degree. Waterproofing the fabric before relying on this field expedient solution would be wise.
For the cost it is very comparable to other hammocks of this style and price, but is a better value overall just for the included easy to use ropes and carabiner setup. Considering other hammocks I have tried, Yukon Outfitters being an example, the included hanging kit from Fox Outfitters and ease of use of said hanging kit, makes the Fox Outfitters the winner.

Fox Outfitters Neolite Hammock






Ease of use



  • Light Weight
  • Variety of colors
  • Hanging hardware included


  • Cheap rope
  • Not waterproof

Similar Posts
Review: Coffee Wick Fire Starter
We all know the basic components of a fire being tinder, kindling and fuel. Each component is designed to slowly...
Preview: Solo Stove Bonfire
We hold no secrets when it comes to our love of woodgas stoves and it would appear one of our...
Review: Idaho Survival Fire Stick Fatwood Ferrocerium
Fire can be made in many ways and with many tools. The simple creation of a spark and catching it...


Leave a Reply

Name (required)

Email (required)