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    eno slide show

    i was looking at eno website,the photo slide show is awesome neo


    http://eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com/g...=singlehammock

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    That is pretty awesome. 122 pics. I stopped at 32.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FanaticFringer View Post
    That is pretty awesome. 122 pics. I stopped at 32.
    i whatched the slide show i set the speed at 5 secounds per photo neo

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    I love ENO hammocks. I weigh over 300 lbs and have slept in one for the past 4 nights!

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    I have never tried an Eno, but after looking through the slide show, they do not look comfortable enough for me to sleep in. I do like to sleep flat because if I sleep in the curve like the Eno has it would give me back and neck aches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I have never tried an Eno, but after looking through the slide show, they do not look comfortable enough for me to sleep in. I do like to sleep flat because if I sleep in the curve like the Eno has it would give me back and neck aches.
    You might be surprised. I bought one on a whim and used it to sleep in for about 3 weeks. I had to play with the sag a lot before I was able to get comfy, but once I had it right it was great! If I were to use it for a hike I'm pretty sure I put in a structural ridgeline just so I didn't have to go thru the sag setting everytime. It, or my Traveler, will probably go with me on my thru as gear hammocks that can double as a back-up.

    The doublenest I think would be very easy to get diagonal on.

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    The curve in the ENO is why I like it so much. Of course everyone sleeps different. I like how it has a bathtub effect when you get a good sag. THat way I don't just sleep on my side, stomache, or back. Instead I lay my head up on one side, and throw a leg over the other. I kind of look like a rag doll that was just thrown in the hammock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I have never tried an Eno, but after looking through the slide show, they do not look comfortable enough for me to sleep in. I do like to sleep flat because if I sleep in the curve like the Eno has it would give me back and neck aches.
    Attroll, as everyone here pretty much knows, I have 2 ENO DoubleNests (1 for me, 1 for Short Stuff) and if you lay in them asym, you can sleep as flat as you want to. I got into the habit of sleeping like that in mine this spring and I've never slept better. It's all just in how you lay in it. Of course, if you just want to use it to lounge in, it's great for that, too. If you want to try one, let me know and I'll let you borrow one of mine. Just shoot me a PM and I'll send it to ya if you like.
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    I got to try a singlenest out recently. Felt as good as my Speer and Hennessy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooch View Post
    Attroll, as everyone here pretty much knows, I have 2 ENO DoubleNests (1 for me, 1 for Short Stuff) and if you lay in them asym, you can sleep as flat as you want to. I got into the habit of sleeping like that in mine this spring and I've never slept better. It's all just in how you lay in it. Of course, if you just want to use it to lounge in, it's great for that, too. If you want to try one, let me know and I'll let you borrow one of mine. Just shoot me a PM and I'll send it to ya if you like.
    I will have to give one a try some day then. I know I have a Mosquito Hammock and I do not like it. I can not get a flat lay in it at all. I have tried everything. The flattest I can get makes my neck hurt after about 1/2 hour.

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