Originally Posted by Roadtorque
But I might add, based off users of you hammock on this forum, you cant go wrong by purchasing a Warbonnet BB. It is sounding to me that it would be safe to say a person who finds a ENO double comfortable will likewise find the BB comfortable, but you get more for your money with the BB.
The lay of a BB is very similar to an ENO double and the amount of fabric in the "bed" of the hammock is probably pretty close, but it seems like there is MORE room in a BB because of many factors, including the "cut" of the fabric, and the way it spreads when you lay inside the hammock with the wings pulled out. The ENO just kind of flops around you and you are always pushing against a floppy edge somewhere. The BB, when you extend your foot into the footbox, opens up like no other hammock. Be Gone, Hammock Claustraphobia! For a hammock with a bugnet, there is no other that feels as roomy. The flatness is similar to a BMBH, but without the confinement of the edge wall in the bridge. I love both my BB and my BMBH, but you notice which one I lent you, and which one I kept to sleep in at home.
The largest drawback and biggest advantage to the BMBH, IMO, is the removable bugnet. I love the BMBH without the bugnet. I hate the omnitape connection for the bugnet to the hammock. Being in nasty mosquito territory for 6 months out of the year, a tight fitting bugnet is extremely important to me.
The wing "shelf" is also a huge advantage. Having that place to throw your hat or your gloves, or your book, or your flashlight, etc., etc..... without having the extra ridgeline storage is a huge plus in my book. Plus, it is the coolest looking hammock out there (Tree Boat might be as cool, but way too heavy for packing,) and it is made in the USA, and made very well.