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  1. #11
    lizzie's Avatar
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    Congrats - I'm 5'6' and used to use a Amazona's that was too constricting. I find the ENO DN just right to lay on the diagonal. Enjoy!

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    New Member njenkins's Avatar
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    I'm 6' and almost 200lbs but for me the singlenest is fine. I was kind of shocked at how big it was, personally.

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    New Member unicycleman's Avatar
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    I'm 6'1 and the singlenest worked great for me when i was on the AT. No problems with constriction but that may be because i'm only 120lbs.

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    I weigh 250-260lbs and I'm about 5'9" tall.

    I have an eno single (for my dog) and when I layed in it I felt very confined and doubt I would catch much sleep in it.

    I've got a parachute material double hammock (as far as I can tell it's the same as an ENO double...and I actually posted somewhere on here that I have an ENO double...but it's not) and it is super comfy. I find that I can lay on my side very easily...I like it but it's also only one of two hammocks I've ever tried.

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    Senior Member Brian in so cal's Avatar
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    I am 5'10" and wiegh 210. I have the Eno double nest. Just like Lizzie I like the fact that I can lay diagonal. Also makes a comfortable chair.
    Rockets, BBQ, Backpacking, Hanging. Not necessarily in that order!!

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    Senior Member coolkayaker1's Avatar
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    I'm 5'9" and 165 lbs and have a DN and a SN and alternate them, but prefer the single for myself. No problems with diagonal lie, and less excess fabric than a DN.

    That said, original poster, I know that you did the proper thing to get the ENO DN.

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    At 6ft 2 and 275 lbs I find the Eno DN and Grand Trunk Double Parachute very comfortable with lots of room.
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    I am over 6 foot and weigh just over 275 and I use the double nest and love it. I have a lot of room and when right sleep on my side with no issues hung. I had the single nest and just could not get comfy in it. I have given my single nest to my son and he loves it.

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