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ENO ProFly Rain Tarp for Hammockis rated4.6667out of5by9.
Rated4out of5byDad Who Buys Lots of GearfromGood Tarp, but could be better!The tarp works, but is only good for a straight down rainstorm. Wind driven rain gets in at the peak ties and the space that is sheltered beneath the hammock is just barely wide enough to protect your pack from getting wet.
If the tarp were to be just 2 feet longer, then the junction where the hammock and tie-up strap meet would have a 1-foot overhang at each end. That would be enough to keep wind driven rain from splattering onto your face all night!
Also, if the tarp were to be 2 feet wider, it could be set up so that there would be enough sheltered space for you to store your pack, hiking boots, and the dog without getting wind driven rain underneath the edges of the tarp.
Finally, for the price paid for a piece of nylon fabric that is marginally large enough to cover the hammock, the manufacturer should have included 4 to 6 metal tent stakes. I bought 6 REI tent stakes, but usually just use 4 of them, one on each corner. The peak ties are just tied off to the trees that support the hammock.Tent stakes are only $1.50 each,and should be included.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated5out of5byKibbieDomefromIts a 10This is the first hammock system I've ever bought. The first night it rained heavily and was windy. Never the less, I woke up the next morning dry as a bone.
Date published: 2013-08-28
Rated5out of5byZac HilbertfromKeeps water offI use this over my ENO Double Nest. I've had one night under it with light to moderate rains, and it kept me completely dry.
I have not used this in a storm, but based on the design and coverage, it looks like it would keep you dry in a windy, wet storm as long as you get the pitch right for the conditions.
It's easy to setup up, but you may want some extra utility cord and some stakes depending on where you're setting up.
Date published: 2013-07-31
Rated5out of5bybuckeyebackpackfromAwesome System!I've had the ENO Hammock for some time - have enjoyed it tremendously. Have used a lightweight backpacking tent for years, but with three girls decided we would try out using hammocks for back packing. We could not be more pleased - this weekend in the N GA mountains if poured - we were miles into day one and just got camp set up which was quick and easy (including the bug net) when the rumble came from a distant storm. Net, it rained all night - we were bone dry, even our packs and shoe's which were tucked under us remained dry. Same thing the second night - two big thunder storms blew through. What was really nice was the ability to guy out and use trekking poles to create a "porch" which three of us sat under and played cards while it rained. This is by far the best lightweight system I've ever used, and unless you are camping in the desert or high above the tree line this system is awesome.
Date published: 2013-07-08
Rated5out of5bynew to runningfromAmazing and multi-functionalI live in Seattle, so a rain tarp is essential, especially if I want to use my hammock instead of a tent. After a rainy Memorial Day camping trip, I got it.
My first time using it, I created a shady area for the kids while we were rock climbing. I can't wait to use it more and camp with it!
Date published: 2013-06-26
Rated5out of5byULwannabefromWorth every pennyI carried it with me on a three day hammock backpacking trip, where I only had to use it one night. It was very simple to set up using sticks as ground stakes, and adjusting the tension with the integrated tensioners and included cordage. I do feel the length could use an additional 6in or more, but I think I have a tendency to hang my hammock a bit too tight. Regardless, it rained throughout the second night of our stay, and both my friend and I (he has the same one) stayed completely dry. It even seemed to help fend off mosquitoes..
Date published: 2013-06-20
Rated4out of5bylaxboywillfromSuper-Fly!!Used several times on weekend hike-throughs. Staked down with 6" MSR groundhogs, stayed in place all night.
Date published: 2013-05-01
Rated4out of5byTrail TrampfromQuality tarp but a tad smallI've used this product and it keeps me dry as long as the rain is pretty much straight down. Here in Florida we get a lot of rain and with the wind and the shape of the tarp I do get wet at times.
Date published: 2013-04-04
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