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  1. #11
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
    Location
    excelsior, mn
    Hammock
    doublenest eno
    Tarp
    old fly
    Insulation
    1" foam/sp.blanket
    Suspension
    1/2" diy straps
    Posts
    166
    i love my double nest but i do think its cheaper to do a diy, even if you have to take it to a seamstress to channel it out. the nylon on a diy imo would not stretch like the eno parachute. you'd get a flatter, tauter, bigger lay. the eno bugnet imo is just too rigid and bulky. buy some other netting or diy your bugnet. you're set in tarp, it sounds like. being a thruhiker, you will need to save the mula for down uq and tq. hyoh. just my opinion.

  2. #12
    Senior Member Otis_Hiker's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    Hartford, CT
    Hammock
    HH Exped. Asym
    Tarp
    OES
    Suspension
    Dutch Biner
    Posts
    233
    The eno singlenest is what I used for most of the Long Trail. I'm around 5'10" and it works for me but not as roomy as a HH. Agree with previous post about bugs, I did 2/3 of the LT in June/July and the other 1/3 in August/Sept...buggy both times (some shelters BAD, some not so). If you need any help planning for the hike itself don't be afraid to send me a PM! Good luck with your hike.
    Trailname - Knox
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