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  1. #21
    OutandBack's Avatar
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    I just put whoopies on my ENO double in prep for winter hanging.
    Very comfy hammock.

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    We should all have Eno hang some time

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    I went the other way. Started with a SN, went to a DIY Gathered end, then bought a DN on sale, went back to the DIY. That is my "go-to" hammock. I still do lay out with the ENOs. May have to break out 1 this weekend, just because.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by HobieCat View Post
    I started out buying "high end" hammocks, but being a complete gear addict, I recently purchased an ENO dbl as it was recommended by another forum member as their favorite "convertible" hammock. I haven't done an overnight yet but I can see what KMACK is talking about. It's an incredibly comfortable hammock - in fact - probably now my favorite to lounge in. The fabric is very soft on the skin and I like how there's just a little bit of stretch to it, conforming to your body.

    There should be no shame in owning this hammock, that's for sure.
    I'm kind of that way, based strictly on comfort, about my $45 HH Safari No Net that I got at the Oct odds and ends several years ago. It is a very long hammock with a very deep sag under it's 112" RL. I never have heard much about this hammock, and probably 3/4 of what I have heard was from me. But it is a good one. We don't hear a lot about the ENOs either, but sounds like they are quite competitive in the comfort department.
    For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that is to be revealed to us....that the creation itself also will be set free from its slavery to corruption into the freedom of the glory of the children of God. For we know that the whole creation groans and suffers the pains of childbirth together until now.
    Romans 8:18,21-22

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    Quote Originally Posted by American dream View Post
    3 blackbirds 1.7dl but seem to always go back to my trek-light doubles. For sure fine hammocks!
    I've got a TL double but have never used it much, I need to check it out better. I think I have been in it once. Isn't it extremely similar to the ENOs?
    For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that is to be revealed to us....that the creation itself also will be set free from its slavery to corruption into the freedom of the glory of the children of God. For we know that the whole creation groans and suffers the pains of childbirth together until now.
    Romans 8:18,21-22

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    Senior Member Alan's Avatar
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    An ENO Doublenest was my very first hammock years ago. Loved it.
    Gave it away as a gift to a friend hoping I could get him to join the madness!

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    Senior Member Kukri's Avatar
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    I recently spent my first full night in it; before I had just napped. I found it very comfy and plan to use it again as long as I don't need the bug net from the BB.
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    How many pairs of underwear do you own? Do you refer to them as "extras", simply because you're not wearing all of them as we speak?

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    Senior Member Steve D's Avatar
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    Count me in. Have had my DN for almost a year and love it. Can't find any good reason to 'upgrade' to anything else cause its super comfortable. Have since bought one for each of my daughters and they dig 'em too...

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    I think if you look at what are in members description section. Over half of them have listed an ENO SN or DN along with there WBBB or HH or what ever else you can fit in there. Just an observation.
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    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMACK View Post
    Years ago my first hammock was an ENO double. Not satisfied being a newbie I went to a Hennesey, that did'nt work out so I jumped on the Black Bird wagon. Wicked cool hammock but it just did'nt fit me right. Failing to realize that the Traveler was the same basic size as the BB I gave that a shot but again I could not find my sweet spot. So I am back with my first love and it is GREAT! Its four years old and dialed in with a longer (than most) ridge line I could'nt be happier. I had trimmed off the colored sides years ago added some whoopis slings and a removable DIY bug net...all those waisted years!

    So for any newbies that have an ENO double dont feel like your missing out on all the talk about the other "high end" hammocks, dont get me wrong the other hammocks are true works of art, but dont think for a minute your ENO is any less of a hammock.
    I agree... Although I havenít had mine for long and only tried 1 other brand, I wonít mention any names but I just donít care for the permanently attached bug net... I have used my double nest a dozen or so times in the last several months and am totally diggin it! I bought the full set up for $209. I figured iíd save some $$ and tweak it from there. The only change Iím thinking of atm is getting a bigger rainfly, maybe as a base camp fly or maybe to replace the profly I have now... dunno yet.

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