Originally Posted by HobieCat
I started out buying "high end" hammocks, but being a complete gear addict, I recently purchased an ENO dbl as it was recommended by another forum member as their favorite "convertible" hammock. I haven't done an overnight yet but I can see what KMACK is talking about. It's an incredibly comfortable hammock - in fact - probably now my favorite to lounge in. The fabric is very soft on the skin and I like how there's just a little bit of stretch to it, conforming to your body.
There should be no shame in owning this hammock, that's for sure.
I'm kind of that way, based strictly on comfort, about my $45 HH Safari No Net that I got at the Oct odds and ends several years ago. It is a very long hammock with a very deep sag under it's 112" RL. I never have heard much about this hammock, and probably 3/4 of what I have heard was from me. But it is a good one. We don't hear a lot about the ENOs either, but sounds like they are quite competitive in the comfort department.