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  • Ripstop nylon taffeta base with no-see-um mesh on top protects you from mosquitoes and other biting insects; hammock is quick and easy to set up
  • Full-length side zipper makes getting in and out of the hammock a breeze
  • Features internal hanging loops, an organizer pocket and internal height adjustment
  • Lightweight aluminum wiregate carabiners can be clipped to any solid anchor points; compatible with most hammock suspension systems (suspension system sold separately)
  • Attached stuff sack

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking, Camping
Unfolded Dimensions 112 x 57 inches
Folded Dimensions 5.5 x 8 inches
Sleeping Capacity 1-person
Weight Capacity (lbs) 400 pounds
Material(s) 210-denier ripstop nylon taffeta/no-see-um netting
Weight 1 lb. 11 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great purchase For the last two years I have given up tent camping and went to hammock camping instead. I am a fan of ENO products and have previously used the ENO doublenest hammock. I bought this and was not disappointed. It has enough room (which was my original concern), holds up well, is comfortable, and reasonably priced. I replaced the string that was provided to hold up the netting with a long length of para cord, which I found made set up time slightly faster and easier. For nights that I did not need the bug net, I simply turned the hammock over. I use this along with ATLAS straps and have no complaints.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best sleep I've ever gotten on the trail After a friend convinced me that hammock camping was the only way to go in the backcountry, I bought the JungleNest because it seemed like a value with the bug net built in. Just spent 2 nights on the AT in the Smokies and loved how easy the hammock was to deploy and how light it was to carry. Here's a creative spot we found to hang on our second night, a long unused hitching post.
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hidden guide line for netting. Loving this new toy/equipment. After looking and not finding the guide line for the netting. Went in to Northpoint store in Ga. Directed to camping expert Todd. He said yes it is hard to find due to awesome craftsmanship of ENO.On the zipper side of the junglenest towards the head, left side for me, hidden on upper section in zipper bag about a foot from end. Look on back side and can see sewn section in material. Thanks Todd for getting me clued in on an awesome product. Hanging out in the ENO!!
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who wouldn't want to sleep this high?!?! I bought this to sleep in while I live on a farm in Puerto Rico for two and a half months. I'm a month and a half in and I'm in love with this lifestyle. I have been hammock camping exclusively for about 5 years now (in Oregon) but never had a bug net. I always just sprayed myself down with bug spray before sleep but this is so much better. One thing to note is that because the fabric is so thin mosquito's can still bite through the nylon fabric so even if it is hot you still have to sleep at least on top of a sleeping bag. I'd guess I'm probably in the upper percentile of people putting this thing to the test and I've got to say, I think it could have been sewn a little cleaner. Threads are coming undone all over the place. It still seems very strong but eventually I feel that it may compromise the structural integrity of the product, still five stars because I will buy it again even if it only lasts a year. It is still that fantastic of a product. Under the Noah's 12' by kelty there is no way I'm getting wet. Combine that and setting up 15' off the ground and neither rain nor shine nor the Puerto Rican Lions or tigers or bears can get me. On a serious note though I am 12' off the ground and it is super fun but if you want to join me in the high flyer's club please study your knots, only you are responsible if you screw up knots.
Date published: 2015-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy set up and great design The first time I set this up it was dark and raining. I clipped it to Atlas straps, ran the ridge line, clipped on the two clips for the mosquito net, and it was ready to go. Under an ENO fly I was dry and comfortable all night. I am a lot more comfortable than in a tent. I was very impressed with the design, quality, and attention to detail. I did a lot of shopping and I'm glad that this is the one that I picked.
Date published: 2014-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good beginner hammock I bought this during the labor day sale and got it at a fantastic bargain. 400 lb weight rating, attached bug net, included ridgeline and all from a company with the reputation for quality. I am very impressed with the construction throughout the hammock. High quality zippers, shock cord attachments for the bug net and tons of room to really stretch out. Setup was very simple and quick and I love that everything can tuck back into the attached pouch. The zippered pocket on the inside is perfect for storing headlamps, phones or other items that you might want to keep at hand. While not quite up to the standards of some other big name hammock systems, it is a great value for even full price because of all the features. If you aren't sure if hammock camping is for you but want to try it out, I highly recommend this setup. Add some of the ENO straps and you have a kit that will last a long time.
Date published: 2014-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't buy a doublenest plus a bugnet, BUY THIS I own several hammocks and a lot of ENO gear. I own a couple doublenests and guardian bug net combos, as well as a ENO profly tarp and Blaze under quilt as well as Atlas straps, all of which i've taken backpacking and camping several times. Plain and simple, the ENO Junglenest is a superior system to a doublenest + guardian bug net. It's much quicker to set up than the doubleness/guardian combo, not to mention MUCHl lighter, which is important for backpacking. I am VERY impressed with the build quality of the Junglenest. It's easier and less awkward to get into and out of the hammock vs the doubleness/guardian net combo, AND it just plain works better with an under quilt like the Blaze. The interior pocket is great and very useful. If you look at the picture, you'll notice that at the top and bottom there are patches of nylon(?) wear you would think bug net should be. At first I didn't understand why they didn't just make that bug net material, until I needed to scoot myself up in my hammock. I reached up and grabbed some hammock and pulled myself up, and then I realized that if they made that part bug net, I would have ripped the bug net. EXCELLENT design and great forethought by the ENO team. It's not quite as big as a doublenest, but it's plenty big and comfortable for one person. I highly recommend the Junglenest.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice features, simplifies setup I've been using ENO products for over four years now. Until now, I've used their excellent Bug Net for insect protection. It's been a great product, with no real design/quality issues. The only negative would be it's contribution to the complexity of the setup. Even that is a minor issue. However, when the Jungle Nest hammock was introduced, I was eager to try it, and see how much easier my setup would become. It did indeed simplify my setup, and reduce the time it took to get settled as well. It has some very nice features, one being the ability to adjust the net height from inside the hammock. Another nice feature is the ridge line for the net. It has pre-existent loops, tied with prusik knots, to which the net clips are attached. The prusik knots allow for easy front to back positioning of the net, but keep the positions in place once they are set. The old Bug Net surrounded the hammock completely, which allowed the user to sit up in the hammock and dangle his feet over the side. As the Jungle Net hammock has its net sown to the top ridge of the hammock, that is no longer possible. Exit/entry are quite easy though. The zipper slides easily, so a late night nature call is pretty simple. I took the Jungle Net on a recent backpacking trip, and I really have nothing negative to say about it. While it does compromise the ability to use the hammock as a chair with complete bug protection, as was the case with the old Bug Net, the simpler, and faster setup more than makes up for it. Pack size is about the same as the Doublenest/Bug Net together, so the room it takes up is a wash.
Date published: 2014-06-23
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Is there a way to setup a structural ridgeline with the JungleNest?

Asked by: AsianAlan
The ridgeline that comes with JungleNest is not a structural ridgeline. Per ENO, structural ridgelines are not compatible with this model.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is this Hammock designed to keep out water? Or should a separate rain tarp be purchased?

Asked by: gottaletmyimaginationwander
no you will need a separate rain fly, this is still a great buy for the money. My wife and I have one and use it instead of a tent with or without an external rainfly.
Answered by: RACKSHAD
Date published: 2017-06-23

Is it possible to take off the net over the ENO?

Asked by: oliviapd123
No, the net does not disconnect from the hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-27

Why did REI stop selling this hammock?

Asked by: peterhz
As of November 2016, we have not discontinued the JungleNest Hammock. We hope to have these available again in spring 2017.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-29

Is the ENO JungleNest the size of a single or double hammock?

Asked by: aalbritt
The ENO JungleNest Hammock is for use with one person.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-27

First time buying a high quality hammock would you need to purchase seperate straps with an Eno? How does the netting not just colapse on top of you?

Asked by: Vince
While you can use pretty much any suspension system to hang this hammock, the ENO Atlas straps are very easy to use and very durable. The bug netting needs to be tied off to the tree along with the hammock. The ridgeline is included for setting up the bug netting.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-22

Is there a slot for a sleeping pad to fit in like the ENO Reactor hammock or would you just be putting a sleeping pad loose inside the hammock?

Asked by: treeclimber87
There is not a sleeve on the Jungle Nest hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-27

I want to use the JungleNest on the ground as a bug bivy when camping where trees and other supports are not available. I would use two poles to support a guy line for the insect mesh of JungleMesh and a tarp. Do you think this will be workable?

Asked by: Charles Chandler
​We do not recommend using this hammock on the ground.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-05
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great purchase For the last two years I have given up tent camping and went to hammock camping instead. I am a fan of ENO products and have previously used the ENO doublenest hammock. I bought this and was not disappointed. It has enough room (which was my original concern), holds up well, is comfortable, and reasonably priced. I replaced the string that was provided to hold up the netting with a long length of para cord, which I found made set up time slightly faster and easier. For nights that I did not need the bug net, I simply turned the hammock over. I use this along with ATLAS straps and have no complaints.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best sleep I've ever gotten on the trail After a friend convinced me that hammock camping was the only way to go in the backcountry, I bought the JungleNest because it seemed like a value with the bug net built in. Just spent 2 nights on the AT in the Smokies and loved how easy the hammock was to deploy and how light it was to carry. Here's a creative spot we found to hang on our second night, a long unused hitching post.
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hidden guide line for netting. Loving this new toy/equipment. After looking and not finding the guide line for the netting. Went in to Northpoint store in Ga. Directed to camping expert Todd. He said yes it is hard to find due to awesome craftsmanship of ENO.On the zipper side of the junglenest towards the head, left side for me, hidden on upper section in zipper bag about a foot from end. Look on back side and can see sewn section in material. Thanks Todd for getting me clued in on an awesome product. Hanging out in the ENO!!
Date published: 2015-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who wouldn't want to sleep this high?!?! I bought this to sleep in while I live on a farm in Puerto Rico for two and a half months. I'm a month and a half in and I'm in love with this lifestyle. I have been hammock camping exclusively for about 5 years now (in Oregon) but never had a bug net. I always just sprayed myself down with bug spray before sleep but this is so much better. One thing to note is that because the fabric is so thin mosquito's can still bite through the nylon fabric so even if it is hot you still have to sleep at least on top of a sleeping bag. I'd guess I'm probably in the upper percentile of people putting this thing to the test and I've got to say, I think it could have been sewn a little cleaner. Threads are coming undone all over the place. It still seems very strong but eventually I feel that it may compromise the structural integrity of the product, still five stars because I will buy it again even if it only lasts a year. It is still that fantastic of a product. Under the Noah's 12' by kelty there is no way I'm getting wet. Combine that and setting up 15' off the ground and neither rain nor shine nor the Puerto Rican Lions or tigers or bears can get me. On a serious note though I am 12' off the ground and it is super fun but if you want to join me in the high flyer's club please study your knots, only you are responsible if you screw up knots.
Date published: 2015-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy set up and great design The first time I set this up it was dark and raining. I clipped it to Atlas straps, ran the ridge line, clipped on the two clips for the mosquito net, and it was ready to go. Under an ENO fly I was dry and comfortable all night. I am a lot more comfortable than in a tent. I was very impressed with the design, quality, and attention to detail. I did a lot of shopping and I'm glad that this is the one that I picked.
Date published: 2014-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good beginner hammock I bought this during the labor day sale and got it at a fantastic bargain. 400 lb weight rating, attached bug net, included ridgeline and all from a company with the reputation for quality. I am very impressed with the construction throughout the hammock. High quality zippers, shock cord attachments for the bug net and tons of room to really stretch out. Setup was very simple and quick and I love that everything can tuck back into the attached pouch. The zippered pocket on the inside is perfect for storing headlamps, phones or other items that you might want to keep at hand. While not quite up to the standards of some other big name hammock systems, it is a great value for even full price because of all the features. If you aren't sure if hammock camping is for you but want to try it out, I highly recommend this setup. Add some of the ENO straps and you have a kit that will last a long time.
Date published: 2014-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't buy a doublenest plus a bugnet, BUY THIS I own several hammocks and a lot of ENO gear. I own a couple doublenests and guardian bug net combos, as well as a ENO profly tarp and Blaze under quilt as well as Atlas straps, all of which i've taken backpacking and camping several times. Plain and simple, the ENO Junglenest is a superior system to a doublenest + guardian bug net. It's much quicker to set up than the doubleness/guardian combo, not to mention MUCHl lighter, which is important for backpacking. I am VERY impressed with the build quality of the Junglenest. It's easier and less awkward to get into and out of the hammock vs the doubleness/guardian net combo, AND it just plain works better with an under quilt like the Blaze. The interior pocket is great and very useful. If you look at the picture, you'll notice that at the top and bottom there are patches of nylon(?) wear you would think bug net should be. At first I didn't understand why they didn't just make that bug net material, until I needed to scoot myself up in my hammock. I reached up and grabbed some hammock and pulled myself up, and then I realized that if they made that part bug net, I would have ripped the bug net. EXCELLENT design and great forethought by the ENO team. It's not quite as big as a doublenest, but it's plenty big and comfortable for one person. I highly recommend the Junglenest.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice features, simplifies setup I've been using ENO products for over four years now. Until now, I've used their excellent Bug Net for insect protection. It's been a great product, with no real design/quality issues. The only negative would be it's contribution to the complexity of the setup. Even that is a minor issue. However, when the Jungle Nest hammock was introduced, I was eager to try it, and see how much easier my setup would become. It did indeed simplify my setup, and reduce the time it took to get settled as well. It has some very nice features, one being the ability to adjust the net height from inside the hammock. Another nice feature is the ridge line for the net. It has pre-existent loops, tied with prusik knots, to which the net clips are attached. The prusik knots allow for easy front to back positioning of the net, but keep the positions in place once they are set. The old Bug Net surrounded the hammock completely, which allowed the user to sit up in the hammock and dangle his feet over the side. As the Jungle Net hammock has its net sown to the top ridge of the hammock, that is no longer possible. Exit/entry are quite easy though. The zipper slides easily, so a late night nature call is pretty simple. I took the Jungle Net on a recent backpacking trip, and I really have nothing negative to say about it. While it does compromise the ability to use the hammock as a chair with complete bug protection, as was the case with the old Bug Net, the simpler, and faster setup more than makes up for it. Pack size is about the same as the Doublenest/Bug Net together, so the room it takes up is a wash.
Date published: 2014-06-23
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Questions & Answers

Is there a way to setup a structural ridgeline with the JungleNest?

Asked by: AsianAlan
The ridgeline that comes with JungleNest is not a structural ridgeline. Per ENO, structural ridgelines are not compatible with this model.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is this Hammock designed to keep out water? Or should a separate rain tarp be purchased?

Asked by: gottaletmyimaginationwander
no you will need a separate rain fly, this is still a great buy for the money. My wife and I have one and use it instead of a tent with or without an external rainfly.
Answered by: RACKSHAD
Date published: 2017-06-23

Is it possible to take off the net over the ENO?

Asked by: oliviapd123
No, the net does not disconnect from the hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-27

Why did REI stop selling this hammock?

Asked by: peterhz
As of November 2016, we have not discontinued the JungleNest Hammock. We hope to have these available again in spring 2017.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-29

Is the ENO JungleNest the size of a single or double hammock?

Asked by: aalbritt
The ENO JungleNest Hammock is for use with one person.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-27

First time buying a high quality hammock would you need to purchase seperate straps with an Eno? How does the netting not just colapse on top of you?

Asked by: Vince
While you can use pretty much any suspension system to hang this hammock, the ENO Atlas straps are very easy to use and very durable. The bug netting needs to be tied off to the tree along with the hammock. The ridgeline is included for setting up the bug netting.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-22

Is there a slot for a sleeping pad to fit in like the ENO Reactor hammock or would you just be putting a sleeping pad loose inside the hammock?

Asked by: treeclimber87
There is not a sleeve on the Jungle Nest hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-27

I want to use the JungleNest on the ground as a bug bivy when camping where trees and other supports are not available. I would use two poles to support a guy line for the insect mesh of JungleMesh and a tarp. Do you think this will be workable?

Asked by: Charles Chandler
​We do not recommend using this hammock on the ground.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-05
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