Originally Posted by matthew2000tx
I really don't want to hi-jack this thread but as someone and a newbie interested in the ENO I must ask:
So, I'm a newbie (in San Antonio) and your statement touching on something I've been wondering as I ponder what hammock to buy as my first. I see the ENO's netting hangs below the hammock and zips up under it. I've been thinking (and this is coming from NO Hammock experience) that this method would prevent mosquitoes from biting your backside as you sleep on warm summer nights when you don't have an under pad... as compared to hammocks that have build in netting on the top. I'm I correct in my assumption that this is better?
From my own experience - the mosquitoes can get at you through the hammock. So, yeah. The way the ENO bug net hangs is for maximum protection.