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    +1 on supporting cottage vendors

    +1 on supporting cottage vendors
  2. Whoopies were my first mod when I purchased my...

    Whoopies were my first mod when I purchased my ENO last year. I found the easiest way to stuff everything in the bag and keep it tidy is to stuff the hammock all the way in leaving the ends for last....
  3. Thread: Eno dn

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    The ENO is a great starter hammock though i have...

    The ENO is a great starter hammock though i have had mine for a while and will not buy another anytime soon. It is super comfortable and durable. The material is a little heavier than most but imo is...
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    +2 on the eye bolts

    +2 on the eye bolts
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    Biners were the first thing to go when I...

    Biners were the first thing to go when I purchased mine. Doesn't make sense to use something you can trust 100%
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    Not only will you save in weight but you will...

    Not only will you save in weight but you will enjoy the convenience of dialing in the length of your suspension with whoopies every time. ENO straps limit this even with the new atlas straps. I also...
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    I really researched and tried to figure out what...

    I really researched and tried to figure out what would be the easiest and most professional way of sewing the ends and came to the conclusion that I would allow additional length to my inner and...
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    Welcome from Virginia WereYeti.

    Welcome from Virginia WereYeti.
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    Welcome from Virginia but born and raised in Cow...

    Welcome from Virginia but born and raised in Cow Town.
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    Nice setup!

    Nice setup!
  11. Welcome to the forum selfreliantgiant. The people...

    Welcome to the forum selfreliantgiant. The people here are great!
  12. Thread: Hello

    by pathfinder
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    Welcome to the forum Smack Um. The people here...

    Welcome to the forum Smack Um. The people here are great!
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    I am with Big Joe on this one. As far as set...

    I am with Big Joe on this one. As far as set up...that is dialed in at the house with a lot of experimenting. When I am in the woods I just want to relax and enjoy God's creation.
  14. Welcome to hammock camping! ENO is the only...

    Welcome to hammock camping! ENO is the only hammock I own. There are many people who have multiple hammocks but I find ENO to be super comfortable and see no need for another one. One of my first...
  15. That is a sweet setup. I saw that it weighs...

    That is a sweet setup. I saw that it weighs approx. 40lbs, how long does it take to setup?
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    Looks nice.

    Looks nice.
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    That is a nice setup. Happy hangin'

    That is a nice setup. Happy hangin'
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    I had the same issue with my under quilt as well....

    I had the same issue with my under quilt as well. I attached grosgain loops at the center edge to make sure there were no gaps. You may want to have someone look over your setup while in the hammock...
  19. You might consider attaching grosgain loops along...

    You might consider attaching grosgain loops along the outside edges of the sleeping bag to help support the weight and prevent too much sag. I did this with a diy under quilt and it works great. If...
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    It is 30F for me as well. As long as I have my...

    It is 30F for me as well. As long as I have my wool socks and refletix, I am good to go
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    Looks great! Good luck on your next diy, you will...

    Looks great! Good luck on your next diy, you will be winter camping before you know it.
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    You can use the search engine at the top right to...

    You can use the search engine at the top right to find threads already posted. Good luck!
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    Thanks doogie. I appreciate the link that helps a...

    Thanks doogie. I appreciate the link that helps a lot.
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    Differential baffles??

    I am looking to make my own underquilt and have heard about differential baffles. Wondering 1) what that means and 2) is it a more efficient design when it comes to retaining heat?
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    Thank you everyone for the warm welcome, it is...

    Thank you everyone for the warm welcome, it is much appreciated. I am looking forward to getting to know everyone.
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    Hello from Virginia

    Hey gang. I have been a member for a while now but this is my first time posting. I thought it was about time that I introduced myself and become more active on the forum since I have learned so much...
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