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    I didn't have a hard time. Just about every...

    I didn't have a hard time. Just about every thread in the ENO forum where someone asks about an ENO product gets riddled with "buy this" or "buy that", or buy from a cottage vendor". Everything but...
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    I pack both hammock and tent in my kayak. Hammock...

    I pack both hammock and tent in my kayak. Hammock whenever possible, but sometimes there are no suitable trees, or the wind and rain is just blowing too hard. You have to get pretty far back off the...
  3. The ENO Guardian is 16oz (I weighed it at 431g...

    The ENO Guardian is 16oz (I weighed it at 431g including sack and compression straps), and the Warbonnet is 7.5oz. You could trim the weight a little by ditching the sack and compression straps, but...
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    The only "quality" stakes I own are the Eastons...

    The only "quality" stakes I own are the Eastons that came with my ENO One-Link and USMC Combat Tent. Because I travel mostly by sea kayak or canoe, weight's never been an issue (except on those...
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    I've hung in the jungle almost weekly (and...

    I've hung in the jungle almost weekly (and sometimes for weeks) for around two decades , and have never had a snake in the hammock. Not something to worry about, IMO.

    Conversely, I have an...
  6. I have two Texsport Hobo Hammock 2's. Paid about...

    I have two Texsport Hobo Hammock 2's. Paid about $15 each. Same width/length as the ENO SN, but more comfortable (wider) because it's one-piece, and doesn't have the flimsy sewn-on "wings" like the...
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    Sticky: I'm mostly a solo jungle and beach dweller on a...

    I'm mostly a solo jungle and beach dweller on a sub tropical island. Finding a flat spot for a tent in the jungle or on the beach has always been a challenge, but one night, after a long kayak...
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    Hello from Japan

    Hello fellow hangers! Never even thought to see if there was a forum for hammocks until Youtube brought me to one of Shug's videos.

    All of my hobbies revolve around the outdoors (mostly the...
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    Find some trees? :D 47670

    Find some trees? :D


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  10. I live in Japan and have Japanese Akita's (only...

    I live in Japan and have Japanese Akita's (only one currently). Your statement actually made me LOL because I have such a funny (now) memory of exactly this situation.

    The first time I took Lily...
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    As mentioned above, if you're going with ENO, get...

    As mentioned above, if you're going with ENO, get the Atlas straps. They won't stretch and offer almost infinite adjust-ability. Another benefit is using one of the upper loops to tie a ridge line...
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    Double nest for sure. I bought a One Link system...

    Double nest for sure. I bought a One Link system with the single nest because it's about the same width as some of my other comfortable hammocks. Turns out that width includes the extra fabric...
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