“Magla” Mosquito Net
The most characteristic feature of Magla is its construction - similar to the “upside down” envelope. This makes it a most universal solution. Despite the fact that it was designed with hammocks in mind, it can easily perform with camp beds, canoe or hostel beds in remote places around the globe.
Magla with a hammock can be used in two ways:
by closing it from the bottom via a sewn-in drawstring - creating a “cocoon”
- by attaching it to the ground with 4 loops attached to the bottom edge - creating a “tent”
“Cocoon” provides a large degree of protection against insects, at the same time giving the possibility of rapidly leaving the hammock without having to deal with zippers or other kinds of complex closures. “Tent” protects from insects even when we do not sleep in a hammock but, for instance, in a camp bed (fishermen!) or directly on the ground. Only 4 tent pegs or sharpened sticks are necessary,
The net, from which Magla is made is thick enough that even black flies cannot penetrate it. In addition, such density prevents the net from catching forest “specks of dirt” - its contact with litter does not end with time-consuming cleaning from needles, leaves or other “green trash”.
The net hanged on a hammock adapts to its shape by itself, which makes the utilization of additional spacers, bows or frames unnecessary. This way we save on size and weight. When the net is not necessary it can be easily rolled, without touching the hammock.
The set includes a set of lines for hanging and an adequately enlarged cover - can store the net and a hammock at the same time.