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  1. #21
    New Member
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    I bought a DN this past year as something fun for camping. Now the idea of sleeping in a tent is just not the same. I would much rather hang in my ENO. I still need to mod the suspension w/ whoopies but i love it non the less.

  2. #22
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    A mod def. cuts the weight and whoopies have no stretch. Can't say so much for the slap straps.
    It'll be alright Friday!


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  3. #23
    Senior Member djminnesota's Avatar
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    i like my eno because i use it for lounging when i stop for lunch on a day hike. they dont have integrated bug nets or other complicated systems, its just nice and simple. when im camping, i add the accessories as necesaary. im more happy with my eno than i would by with a hh or wbbb

  4. #24
    Senior Member mbcruzin's Avatar
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    Murrells Inlet SC
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    I love my eno dn. Swapped out the suspension last year and added a ridge line. I have it dialed in to the point that I can sleep on my side.
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    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbcruzin View Post
    I love my eno dn. Swapped out the suspension last year and added a ridge line. I have it dialed in to the point that I can sleep on my side.
    Side, back, stomachÖ itís all comfortable with my eno! Iím playing with my ridge line and havenít quite got it where I like it yet. Not sure weather Iím gonna use it on an everyday basis but I like fiddling with it!
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  6. #26
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    I haven't felt a need to move past the ENO Double nest. It works fine for me, I modified it for lighter suspension and added a pad pocket.
    Why fix what ain't broke?
    Same for my son, he loves his and so we stick with them.

    I did buy a Kammok when they did the half price thing, but it rarely gets used, It's in the car for a "whenever" hammock. And I picked up a couple of inexpensive Hammaka ones on Ebay to loan to people who want to experience hammocking.
    DKPerdue

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    New Member Popsmoke63B's Avatar
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    Double nest will be my hammock of choice for a looooooong time! Love it!

  8. #28
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    still own and use my 12 y.o. eno enough said
    Peanuts

    "A womans place is on the trail"

  9. #29
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    A little help please!!

    I am getting ready for my first hang next weekend. I have always done traditional tent backpacking. I have been malling over getting a hammock and swiching over for a while but am to cheap to buy one. I came home yesterday and my wife had bought me a ENO singlenest. I haven't hung it at all. I am 6'-2" and about 175 lbs, should I keep it or take it back for a DoubleNest?? I not sure what to do because there is lots of talk about the double and not so much about the single....

  10. #30
    in it for the naps oldgringo's Avatar
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    Go for the double.
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