The Twofer: Jammock Hammock and Jeep CJ-5 Laredo
The perfect vintage off-roader and a hammock for rustic snoozes.
Sometimes, the point of an adventure is to end up a lazy, shiftless lump—as you are at home—but collapsed in front of spectacular scenery, not the tube. A great journey ends with its participants perspiring quietly beneath a 200-year-old oak, emitting throaty snores aside the Caribbean, or sloppily flopped face down in a desert.
The Jammock Hammock is specially made for those kinds of exotic naps. The heavy-duty nylon sack clips onto the roof of your Jeep Wrangler for a sturdy napping platform. The upside: no recon mission required to find two trees that are just close enough. Plus, Jammock uses NRS buckles to ensure you never awaken on the ground. Available online.
Of course, you’re going to need a frame. How about this sweet 1980 Jeep CJ-5 Laredo, replete with a period-appropriate beige-over-brown paint scheme? This original truck has only 58,000 original miles and sports a pristine interior perfect for muddying up. The chrome steelies lend your truck a flash of taste, and with a three-speed manual transmission and full-time four-wheel drive,, this Jeep could make any place on the globe the perfect spot for some Z’s.
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