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    What kind of bug sock is best for a ENO DN

    Good Morning. Do any of you know what is the best bugsock for the best price for my ENO DN? I know I could make my own but I dont have a sewing machine so I will just buy one this time around. any info would be great.

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    Kenneth.

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    Here are some options. They are all in the same price range. The BIAS has a different entry than the other two.

    Warbonnet Travel NetBIAS Buginator
    Wilderness Logics No See Um bugnet
    BIAS Buginator

    You'll need to install a ridgeline or have some way to support the bugnet. You can install a structural ridgeline on your hammock or maybe use some shock cord attched to the ends.
    Last edited by Bubba; 03-15-2013 at 11:15.
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    I have a BIAS Buginator. Also: their nano-noseeum buginator is on sale this month.

    As Bubba mentioned, you'll need some type of ridgeline to keep the netting off of your face, but it doesn't need to be structural. Most of the cottage vendors in the hammock community sell structural ridgelines. You can get them fixed or adjustable. We suggest that you start with a ridgeline of 83% of the length of your hammock... but some people prefer their a different length.

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    I got a WB Travel net for my ENO DN for Christmas. Looking forward to putting it to the test once the bugs start coming out again.

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    Buginator works well for me

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    What kind of bug sock is best for a ENO DN

    I want a buganator, but the eno bug net works and is made to fit.
    Carpe noctem!!

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    Eno bugnet's about 1lb, maybe 1.5lbs and cost the same price as warbonnet's bugnet which is like 4oz.
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    What kind of bug sock is best for a ENO DN

    Quote Originally Posted by Slo View Post
    Eno bugnet's about 1lb, maybe 1.5lbs and cost the same price as warbonnet's bugnet which is like 4oz.
    I never noticed it was that heavy!! Now I really really want a new one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slo View Post
    Eno bugnet's about 1lb, maybe 1.5lbs and cost the same price as warbonnet's bugnet which is like 4oz.
    Does it fit as well?

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    I like the fit a little better actually. The dimensions of the ENO are shorter than the dimensions on the Traveler which is what you really have to look for in any bugnet you opt to get, that the ridgeline length is at least as long as your hammocks.

    The weight difference was night and day.
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