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    NEW ENO JUNGLENEST! any thoughts?

    Im not going to get this, but i thought i should post this to let people know that ENO is making a hammock with a built in bug net. Here are some pics I found: and this: http://gearjunkie.com/images/12898.jpg

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    looks heavy. Any specs on this?
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    Looks interesting and unique. Thanks for posting it.
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    the RL is non structural, right?

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    with any eno hammock, it probably wont be a structural ridgeline, their blog said that it will release sometime in 2014. I imagine it wont be as heavy as a singlenest with the guardian bugnet, which is a definite plus with less weight, but these are what they will look like. No specs have been released but the pictures.

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    Wonder what the triangle of material on the bugnet is for.
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    Looking at that picture and wondering - if you don't need the bugnet, could you diconnect it from the overhead ridgeline and turn it into what's basically a double-layer hammock? You'd be sleeping on top of the mesh/netting, but could you slip a sleeping pad in between the hammock fabric and the netting fabric, or would that affect the "lie"?

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    im not really sure. all they have released are the pics

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    Instead of laying on the netting I would flip the entire thing over.
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    Found a .pdf copy of their 2014 catalog, featuring - you guessed it - the JungleNest.

    http://garyplantesales.com/catalogue...atalog2014.pdf

    In case the link above falls through, here's how it reads:

    JungleNest Hammock

    "Trekking into the metropolis of biters and skeeters? Don't forget your JungleNest. This all-in-one hammock/bugnet combo immerses you in complete insect defense without sacrificing suspended comfort. Crafted from a 210T Nylon Taffeta Ripstop base and mesh cover, the JungleNest features internal hanging loops, organizer pocket and height adjustment, plus a full length side zipper to make access a breeze. It's a jungle out there, so hide away in the serenity of complete insect protection."

    Key Features:
    / Full Length Zipper Entry
    / Internal Hanging Loops and Zipper Pocket
    / Internal Height Adjustment
    / Aluminum Wiregate Carabiners
    / Attached Compression Stuff Sack

    Material: 210T Nylon Taffeta Ripstop and No-See-Um Netting
    Dimensions: 9' 4" x 4' 9"
    Weight: 27 oz

    There y'all have it!

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