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    ENO DN Deluxe

    I recently bought a eno doublenest deluxe for my girlfriend and I. I have a simple hammock stand inside my house, but I am having a hard time laying diagonal to find the flattest spot to sleep. Has anyone else had this problem out of their eno dn or other eno hammock? Thanks.

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    My DN has a very pronounced center seam. Has to be a lot of sag to keep the seam out of the way. Maybe its just mine.

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    What angle is your pitch? Mine is roughly 45 degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler73 View Post
    My DN has a very pronounced center seam. Has to be a lot of sag to keep the seam out of the way. Maybe its just mine.
    I think the deluxe has a seam down the center. I have DN (no deluxe)
    I have never failed, I have been very Successful finding out what does Not work.

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    I have a seam down the middle as well I am just trying to find the best way to lay flat.

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    In any ENO (and most hammocks, for that matter), you're probably going to want to get some type of structural ridgeline to provide more sag so you can get a flatter lay.

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