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  • Quick and easy setup minimizes your exposure to annoying insects
  • Built-in compression stuff sack makes for easy transport
  • Stuff sacks come in assorted colors; color of the bug net is black
  • Compatible with all ENO hammocks


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Best Use Camping
Unfolded Dimensions (L x W) 114 x 53 inches
Folded Dimensions (L x W x D) 4.5 x 4 x 3.5 inches
Material(s) No-see-um netting
Weight 16 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for one The ENO Guardian Bugnet fits perfectly with ENO products and functions very well. I heeded the words of another reviewer and ran the ridgeline rope through the top clips, not "under" them, and also left the outside two clips free to hang. Hard to describe, but it works better this way. The Guardian is ideal for one, but pretty snug with two people in my doublenest. Another thing to think about is it actually provides a good bit of warmth to the hammock. I'm from Georgia, so summer days can get pretty warm and full of mosquitos. Overall a very well made product, if you're careful with your gear it will last a long time.
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product! The ENO guardian bug net rocks. I only had the ENO doublenest hammock for a while but after my boyfriend got the ENO onelink system last month and I saw how happy he was w/ it, i had to buy one. The net and ENO rain fly make sleeping in a hammock such an easy alternative to tent camping. After sleeping in my hammock using the bug net, i dont know that Id ever take a tent backpacking again. Sleeping a hammock is surprisingly comfortable. Not only does it keep the bugs away, it keeps you off the ground=dry. What an awesome product, i recommend Eaglesnest Outfitters(ENO) all the way for hammock camping!
Date published: 2009-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Item, but limited in Size The Good- Does it's job, and does it well. It is easy to set up, though you'll want to buy your own longer guy-line. It keeps the bugs out, lets the breezes through, and in all the dozen plus multi-day trips I've used it on I haven't seen any noticeable wear. The Poor- This is a personal problem, but being 6'2" it really doens't fit me that well. We all know that to get the most comfort out of a parachute hammock you hang in it brazilian style diagonally. Well this net hugs the hammock so tightly that you don't really have the room to do so, and even then the sides often press against me and the bugs can bite you through if they're tenacious enough. It's a good item, but if you're on the taller end prepare to be more snug in it than you should.
Date published: 2013-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Quality, Very Large Obviously, if you want to keeps bugs off while hammock camping, this bug net is a must. I have found two things about this net that really make it worth having for me. The bottom of the net drops down low enough to hang an underbelly hammock; with an underbelly i can keep my pack and boots off the ground and protected by the net. When the net is hung, the cord strung above you can be used to hang small items or run small LED lights along.
Date published: 2010-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from better than snoozing with the mosquitos I've used a few times while camping in southeast and northeast Wisconsin. Anyone familiar with summer in this part of the country knows that bugs will eat you alive. This net will prevent all those bugs from snuggling up with you as you're trying to sleep. I'd be very hesitant to try a summer night's sleep with out this. The set up is not bad; it only adds about two minutes or so to my hammock, bug net, fly set up. It would be nice if it were a few ounces lighter, and it's probably a touch bigger than it needs to be--around a hammock hung at a comfortable height, the bottom of the net will drag on the ground. One other drawback is that it does make getting into your hammock slightly more awkward, but this isn't a big problem once you get the hang of it. The supplied cord for the ridge line is fine, but it's not a bad idea to have some longer utility cord handy.
Date published: 2013-07-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good feature when used carefully Let me start off by saying that I love ENO's products; their hammocks are easy to set up, lightweight and durable. This bug net, although it does keep the bugs out when used properly, can be a headache to set up. The net comes with a cheap, short ridgeline wire that can only be stretched between trees about 8 feet apart and also two separate tightening lines at each end of the net. Finding the right combination can be extremely tricky, and tiring in warm weather. Also, it gets very hot inside the net. Overall though, the net does its job; it keeps bugs out well, and the netting is generally high quality. When inside, it really feels like a solid hammock sheltering system. It is a nice compliment to ENO's hammocks, just make sure not to fall out; the netting WILL tear.
Date published: 2012-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to set up and use; pretty tough I use a structural ridge line; bug net was easy to set up for this system. Pretty easy to get into and out of. Totally bug proof. Got caught in some severe thunderstorms using this net: 70 mph winds. I was like a cork bobbing on heavy seas. Incredibly, my tarp did not rip or blow off and the bug net held up just fine. I like it a lot. It does add heat in the sunlight. Kind of like a little solar collector.
Date published: 2014-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice... At first I was a little bit leary about the bug net around my ENO doublenest hammock, but after setting everything up, I wont ever use my hammock without it. The netting material is very sturdy and you cant beat the weight of the system. Setup was easy, all you have to do is slide it over the hammock and fasten the ends, approximately 5 extra minutes of light work to keep the bugs out (I think its worth it). The next challenge I thought I would have was getting into the hammock, but after climbing in the first time, I realized that I was very mistaken. The way that the netting lays over the hammock provides a very nice area to step in and out of the area. All in all, a very nice system enhancement!
Date published: 2008-06-06
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Does the ridge rope come with it?

Asked by: kathy23
Yes, the ridge rope is included with the Guardian Bug Net.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-28

does this product fit ENO double hammocks?

Asked by: the bushman
Yes, the Guardian Bug Net will work just fine with ENO DoubleNest hammocks.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Does the bugnet have its own tie out points to pull the sides off of the hammock?

Asked by: JennieMig
The bug net does not have any guyout points. The net does rest on the side of the hammock, but we have not heard any feedback that indicates it gets in the way or is obtrusive in any way.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-29

Will this work with my kammock roo?

Asked by: Hanginthere
This bug net will work with other brands of hammocks.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-13

Specifically...what is the diameter and construction material of the Guardian Bug Net RIDGLINE. My "trees" are further apart than yours and I need to change out the stock ridge line with a longer one. I want to use original material, just longer.

Asked by: Dennis
​This net uses a 3mm nylon ridgeline.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-04

Will this bug net pose a problem using with double nest hammocks other than ENO?

Asked by: pdt83
This bug net is sized and designed to work with ENO hammocks. It could be used with other hammock brands but we cannot guarantee compatibility.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-06

Is there enough space to sit up and meditate in this? Thank you 

Asked by: pawesum
​Yes, you should be able to sit up to mediate.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-10
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