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    Bomber, glad you had a good first hang and are enjoying it. I have an ENO DN and I have ths same feeling. I lay on the diagonal, but there is just too much material for my liking; my son like the DN though so I probably won't do anything with it. I would think about sewing some tie-outs in strategic locations, but I'll keep using my DIY 1.1dbl and let my son enjoy the ENO.

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    I'm 6'1" 240lbs and love my WBBB 1.7 DL and you won't be to hot at night in it. I'm in south Louisiana and sometimes I have to pull my DIY summer underquilt to keep my backside warm.
    "Life's short, if you don't stop and look around every once in a while you might miss it". FB

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomber21 View Post
    Thanks. Do u have any experience with the Eno single?
    No experience with the single. As a matter of fact I went wider and longer then the DN. My DN is a loaner hammock now. I like lots of room, and the ability to do somersaults if I want too

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    I have experience with the single in fact that is what I use. The single is really nice you don't get as much flop any flop will not go into your face it is a good hammock for a single person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bayoubomber View Post
    I'm 6'1" 240lbs and love my WBBB 1.7 DL and you won't be to hot at night in it. I'm in south Louisiana and sometimes I have to pull my DIY summer underquilt to keep my backside warm.
    Are the sides on the BB floppy or are you able to see (to the sides)when laying on it. that was one of the problems with the eno I was completely trapped and could not see anything...

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