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    ENO Underbelly

    I saw what's called an underbelly on the eno site and thought is was a great idea. So I made one out of a 50lb. rice bag. Now I have a place to store shoes, pack ect. Works pretty good and didn't cost me a dime!!!
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    Interesting idea, thanks for sharing. Did you happen to weigh it?
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    So its like a small hammock to hang under your hammock to put your stuff in... If so its been done, referred to as a gear hammock usually...
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    No I haven't weighed it. I'm sure it weighs more then most folks would want to pack. I do have 5 yards of parachute material which I plan to use to make another underbelly/gear hammock out of. I was pretty sure that someone on here would have come up with this idea. I was right. At any rate it is a really handy item for keeping your gear close, dry and off the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberRider View Post
    No I haven't weighed it. I'm sure it weighs more then most folks would want to pack. I do have 5 yards of parachute material which I plan to use to make another underbelly/gear hammock out of. I was pretty sure that someone on here would have come up with this idea. I was right. At any rate it is a really handy item for keeping your gear close, dry and off the ground.
    True... Add some whoopies made out of zing it and you got a winner...
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    Sure is funny how many products ENO comes up with that have already been developed or discussed here. How long till they add in a stretch side mod? Or Integrated TED bug net? Or cinch buckles? Or tarp with doors?
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    I have a DN that split in two ( swinging over seam in metal stand cut it like a saw!) making two gear hammocks for me (lemons = lemonaid).

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    My Girlfriend got me a ENO UnderBelly Gear Sling for my Birthday Last year. It is Great. Really useful. I am not sure of the weight either, but I would guess about half the weight of a ENO SN.

    Works really well for me, and I am not really a Gram Weenie, so the size for me is fine!

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    Underbelly could be really use full.
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