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  1. #31
    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayS View Post
    No, there is a difference in the size of the hammocks' bodies, especially in the width sans sides.
    Eh...?

    DoubleNest
    Dimensions: 6' 8" x 9' 10"
    Weight: 22oz

    SingleNest
    Dimensions: 4' 7" x 9' 10"
    Weight: 18oz

    Copy&pasted from their site...

  2. #32
    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DivaB View Post
    We should all have Eno hang some time
    Iím up for that... Talking shop er... hangin with just one topic, sounds great!
    But are there enough of the eno hangers in one general area to make it worth while...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBeardWrangler View Post
    Iím up for that... Talking shop er... hangin with just one topic, sounds great!
    But are there enough of the eno hangers in one general area to make it worth while...?
    Probably not, I just look for any excuse to have a hang

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    Love our ENO single and Double for dayhikes, bike ride breaks and backyard.
    And to lend to friends to fall in love with hanging.

    The double is wide enough to wrap around you to keep out the bugs. Even read inside the cocoon.

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    I just bought my Double nest this weekend and got some slap straps to go with it. While I don't like the slap strap stretch I do love the hammock. I think this is going to be a good one to take on the day hike we love to take. Just something simple to setup and relax before heading back.
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  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannytoo View Post
    I am very new to hammocks, so please be kind in your answers. The double are you using it single? How much weight will it hold? What about shoulder room I have very large shoulders? Please be kind I'm an old man and I cry easy.
    My whole family sat in it a few times (and we swing back and forth for fun). Together we weigh a total of 350lbs. If you add the swinging I'd say you could probably reach 400lbs easy.

  7. #37
    New Member mhill2510's Avatar
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    I think the DN is rated at 400lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spogatz View Post
    I just bought my Double nest this weekend and got some slap straps to go with it. While I don't like the slap strap stretch I do love the hammock. I think this is going to be a good one to take on the day hike we love to take. Just something simple to setup and relax before heading back.
    Everyone is hard on the slap straps, but I have personally found that if you soak them in hot water, and then hang out in the hammock for a few hours, they tend to lose their 'stretchiness' quite quickly.

    At first they were BAD, but I never ended up on the ground again after giving them a good stretch. I am a heavier guy though, so maybe that had something to do with it too.

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    Senior Member lugnut's Avatar
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    the slap straps work really well with my 100 lbs daughter. they stretched really bad with me at around 170 though. i have no doubts that once stretched they would awesome.

    that being said, i'm not giving up my homemade treestraps for the slap straps

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    Senior Member AT4ever's Avatar
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    I'm really pretty happy to have found this particular thread! I was starting to feel like I had committed a serious hammock faux pa by starting out with an ENO DN. I think I made the right choice considering my height, weight and width of my shoulders. This thread confirmed my choice. I didn't want to feel like the kid who shows up at a professional jam session with a Sears guitar! I mean... Unless that kid was Joe Bonamassa or sumptin'

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