Originally Posted by CamRuns
my opinion is they are trying to make big bucks off people who don't know much about hammocks.
"Hey, I bought this cool ENO hammock from this outdoor store and they said to stay warm I need this topquilt and underquilt. I don't want to use a tent anymore so I'm going to shell out the dough."
I agree. I just got one of ENO's hammocks and nearly bought the one link deal thinking "well I will need all this anyway" however after some research I found out how bad the straps are and how cheap it would be to make my own of higher quality.
So in what little experience I have with hammocks its seems like eno is the hip way to go since they put it all together and you dont have to think at all.
personally I'm thankful for this forum for all the info and for saving me some $$
but i like reading into things.