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    Zpacks hammock tarp stuff sack

    I have a Yukon outfitters hammock, that I swear is exactly like an ENO Doublenest. (If it isn't, let me know). Anyway, do you think the Zpacks hammock tarp stuff sack would work as a double sided stuff sack for this hammock? I know it is designed for tarps, but this isn't the world's biggest hammock. Thoughts?

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    Does it fit? If so, I think you're good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    Does it fit? If so, I think you're good to go.
    I'm not sure if it fits. That is why I am asking you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaver2469 View Post
    I'm not sure if it fits. That is why I am asking you!
    Put the hammock inside of the sack, that is how you tell if it fits.

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    He doesn't have the sack and is trying to determine whether to buy it. It's not such a difficult concept to grasp.

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    Weaver,
    No thoughts but..................


    That is an ENO Doublenest (a fine hammock)
    and a ZPacks tarp stuffsack that I modified with 2 external pockets for my tarp tie-outs.
    You can see it fits easily, a nice loose/soft bundle, perfect for stuffing into the crannies inside your pack.

    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwright View Post
    Weaver,
    No thoughts but..................


    That is an ENO Doublenest (a fine hammock)
    and a ZPacks tarp stuffsack that I modified with 2 external pockets for my tarp tie-outs.
    You can see it fits easily, a nice loose/soft bundle, perfect for stuffing into the crannies inside your pack.

    Jason
    Thanks Jason, that is exactly what I was looking for. I appreciate your help.

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    Thanks

    Thanks Jason as well, I was also searching for the answer to this question. I want a double sided stuff sack for ease of setup but want it to weigh next to nothing. Any other suggestions would be nice as well. I was going to remove the attached bag to the ENO and place a whole in one side for the suspension to one side and convert it to a bishop bag but doubt that would hold up very long.

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