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    New Member saucybagles's Avatar
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    Jan 2012
    Location
    Cleveland, OH
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    ENO single nest
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    Rambles on my ENO

    It seems like ENO gets a lot of flack for being a noob hammock and where I bet a few of you started in one but once you picked up a HH or wbbb never looked back
    But for this humble hanger the simplistic build is a pro with no builtin bug net or ridge line you free to pick and choose your rig And in addition to being hella commfy with some time and effort the eno can hold its own equally on the trail or lounging in the yard
    I realize for many it's not ideal it's heavy compared to some and not the best choice for every environment but dust off your eno hang it and enjoy it for what it is

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    New Member mhill2510's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Location
    Reston, VA
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    HH Explorer with mod 4 or ENO dbl
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    HH Super Shelter +
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    23

    ENO First Hang

    Strung up my double nest today for first time. Very comfortable. Looking forward to a full night in it. Also just stung my HH with new Mod 4. Awesome. Think it's going to be a welcome improvement in the wee hours of the night when nature calls.

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    herbalist's Avatar
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    Location
    Ione, CA
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    Warbonnet Blackbird
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    MacCat Delux
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    Yeti
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    whoopie sling, DC
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    64
    My ENO Double Nest is my every night indoor hammock at the moment. It's very comfortable, especially since I'm surrounded by Hammock Gear downy goodness. Sleep hits in about 10 seconds.

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    New Member
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    Aug 2011
    Location
    Las Vegas, NV
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    ENO DBL
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    ENO Profly
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    None yet.
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    Switching to Whoop
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    12
    I have loved my doublenest since the day I got it. The straps are another story. But I look for any excuse to bring it out and just hang.

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    Senior Member redhawktx's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Location
    Corsicana, Tx
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    ENO DoubleNest
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    Kelty Noah 12
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    DIY underquilt
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    Tree straps & CRL
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    I am an ENO DN'r. It has worked so well for me I have had no desire to try anything else. It puts up with me as I try new equipment to hang under or over and still gives me a great night's sleep. I'm gonna dance with the one what brung me!

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    Senior Member Slo's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    Location
    Ohio
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    WBRR dbl
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    Webbing
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    I came back from a Warbonnet traveler to my ENO dbl.. I absolutely love mine and don't consider it a noob hammock in the slightest. Works like a champion and is COMFY
    "I ain't here for a long time, I'm here for a good time"

    - George Strait

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    May 2011
    Location
    Indianapolis IN
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    Eno DL, Deep Jungle XL, Kammock Roo
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    UGQ Winter Dream12
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    UGQ quilts!!!
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    Whoopies and web
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    Eno's are the gateway drug...
    Give a man fire and he's warm for the night.
    Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life. Dante

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    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    Jun 2011
    Location
    Rockville, MD
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    eno DN(Daily)/Pro(BU,Gear), Snipe
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    Cuben DIYw/beak
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    I’m in my eno DN every night! Tonight makes 1 month 1 day! I started sleeping in my DN on X-mas eve and haven’t looked back since! I just ordered a Snipe hoping I’ll love it just as much… It’ll be a hard choice deciding which to bring on the trail but I’ll know I have a ‘mock I love waiting at home for me…! eno’s are Great!
    Always have a Plan B C D and E! - Arson

    I 100% believe “Normal is Boring!"

    Does Shug ever put out a bad video?

    "Man up and get back up to the top of the food chain Mr. Omnivore. That McDonalds didn't grow out of a Avacodo bush.” - MrClean417

    "The trick to living and learning is actually living." - Cannibal

    "He who would travel happily must travel light."
    - Antonine Marie Roger de Saint-Exupery

    "Backpacking is the art of knowing what not to take."
    - Sheridan Anderson

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    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    I’m in my eno DN every night! Tonight makes 1 month 1 day! I started sleeping in my DN on X-mas eve and haven’t looked back since! I just ordered a Snipe hoping I’ll love it just as much… It’ll be a hard choice deciding which to bring on the trail but I’ll know I have a ‘mock I love waiting at home for me…! eno’s are Great!
    Always have a Plan B C D and E! - Arson

    I 100% believe “Normal is Boring!"

    Does Shug ever put out a bad video?

    "Man up and get back up to the top of the food chain Mr. Omnivore. That McDonalds didn't grow out of a Avacodo bush.” - MrClean417

    "The trick to living and learning is actually living." - Cannibal

    "He who would travel happily must travel light."
    - Antonine Marie Roger de Saint-Exupery

    "Backpacking is the art of knowing what not to take."
    - Sheridan Anderson

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    Senior Member tanker0707's Avatar
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    Jun 2008
    Location
    Union, KY
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    WBBB 1.7 SL, ENO DN
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    OES MC DLX Sil
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    LeighLo UQ/ GL Bag
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    151
    I have owned ENO hammocks since ~2004. I have a HH ULB, but I ALWAYS go back to the DN! (Of course, my wife bought me the DN as a birthday gift when we were dating, so that may influence which hammock I use....gotta keep mama happy!)

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