Totally spread out, the setup is a whopping eight by 25-feet and available in your choice of blue, brown, orange, or yellow ripstop nylon that's been hand-stitched and crafted by its designer, an FAA-certified parachute rigger. It's been made with an eye for the sort of standup quality you'd want in something suspending your whole crew in midair.
You may want to give it a test-drive with just three of you laying out, though, as that's as many as they promise it will accommodate comfortably. They do assure, though, that its maximum suspended weight is a cool 1,000 pounds, which is enough for several more than three, so long as you're not all the type of person who gorges on snacks in a hammock all day.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He would sleep out on a hammock more often if he weren't so terrified of being mugged/urban raccoons.