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  • Polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon taffeta body and stitched, taped seams allow you to venture to even the most remote locations without fear of gear damage
  • When you're done sleeping for the night, pack the 2 lb. 2 oz. tarp down into its included storage sack and easily slip it into the side pocket of your pack
  • Includes 6 adjustable guylines with tighteners to make for easy pitching and adjusting; 6 guy points create a large footprint and effective shelter for you and your gear
  • Designed specifically for ENO hammocks (sold separately); also works well with other brand hammocks
  • Use independently to shelter equipment, clothes, your backcountry kitchen or your dog
  • Polyurethane coating prevents degradation from ultraviolet light and improves water resistance; ripstop nylon decreases the chance of tears from sticks or low branches


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Material(s) Polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon
Unfolded Dimensions 156 x 110 inches
Folded Dimensions 9 x 5 inches
Weight 2 lbs. 2 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More than just a hammock rain fly It is pretty obvious from the size of this tarp that it is meant for more than just a hammock rain fly. We got stuck in three days of rain of the superior hiking trail last year. This was one of the tarps we brought along as a group shelter, and gave us a dry community space. Oh also a birch tree fell on it, and it survived (see picture). One of the plastic guy line attachments broke off, but that was easily replaced. Bottom line is that it is hard to find a rectangular tarp with this coverage or quality for less. If you are new to tarps, avoid anything with metal grommets. The wind will tear them right out of the fabric.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does exactly what it's marketed to do! Sure, it's not the lightest in the group of similar products and it is definitely XL in size, but it's not like this isn't stated in the product specs. Can't believe some people give it a low rating for somehow actually being the stated size or weight. It's a breeze to pitch with 6 stakes and a pair of trekking poles. All tie downs have a small gap that fits pole tips or stakes perfectly. I'm 6'2" and 225 pounds and easily slide in with the sides staked near-flush to the ground. Plenty of room to keep my 65L pack beside me and away from the rain while sleeping in a bag and bivy. Only reason I gave it 4 stars was because the included line for tie downs is super stiff and may take several iterations of getting wet and drying to soften up.
Date published: 2016-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked as expected- No issues so far Ive used this rain fly several times now for shade and in downpours. Works as expected. Im glad I opted for the XL as it covers my hammock and then some. Due to the size, it can be challenging to find trees far enough apart, but I was aware of that issue prior to purchase and still chose the XL. For me, having the extra cover is worth the effort of searching for the right trees.
Date published: 2015-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfectly good tarp ENO makes a very good quality product. If you are a backpacker, you can go with a smaller tarp. If you are a boater/rafter weight is not an issue, you will always appreciate larger tarp in adverse weather. You should probably put longer lines on the tarp than comes with it. Trees are never in the optimal spread. And be sure not to use paracord or other nylon line which will stretch and sag. As an experienced hammock hanger, I can say that ENO stuff is all good quality, but not always adjustable to the real world. In the pacific northwest, some of the fir trees are 6 feet in circumference - needing longer ridgelines and hammock suspension straps. Sometimes you want to hang the tarp low such as when in a storm, or hand it high as in hot weather when you want shade and air circulation (and when you need much longer tie outs). Get more cord and learn your knots.
Date published: 2015-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kept me nice and dry in the driving rain. The first time I got to use my ProFly XL Rain Tarp was up on the Mogollan Rim supporting an endurance race. It had rained the night before getting up there and the forcast was for more. I was glad to be hammock camping up off of the ground. We got slamed with rain for 16hr that afternoon and well into the next day. This tarp kept me nice and dry the whole time and held fast to the wind all the way though. My friend had the regular size ProFly and while he stayed just as dry he had to rig his a lot tighter to his hammock. When rigged for rain I felt mine was a lot more comfortable and open because the advantage of the extra size. It is a little bit more to pack up and it would be nice to have a slightly larger bag to keep it in. I would have given it 5 stars but I am not really a fan of the plastic rope grab do-hickies. I guess they are good for someone who has note learned a proper knot. I think I spent more time fiddling with those than I would have with a rolling hitch or a truckers hitch.
Date published: 2014-10-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It works, but not ideal I used it and returned it. It worked well enough, but there was much room for improvement. Build quality is top notch, materials and stitching are very high quality. No complaints about product construction. My issues are all with the product design. It does a good job at providing full coverage over a hammock for camping or lounging. It's big enough to cover your hammock setup, but it needs help. Other vendors are offering better coverage with more flexibility and less weight an equivalent or better price. ENO and REI have better tarps, you just have to figure out what best meets your needs. For anybody but the most casual fair weather hammock camper, this product is too heavy and doesn't have enough tie-downs. It's not a 3 season solution to hammock camping, and *really* it's not a complete 4-season system -- it's total junk in the wind. It's a big, heavy, expensive solution to 1 season camping needs. Other vendors offer hammock tarps made from lighter materials with better coverage at a similar price. If you backpack at all, don't spend your bucks on this product, there are better options. ENO and REI have better stuff, look at the ProFly, HouseFly or DryFly first, or keep looking for other options. The bottom line is that hammock camping is becoming more popular, and your options are changing quickly. REI and ENO are a little behind the curve. Shop around before you commit.
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to set up, great quality I bought this two weeks ago and took it to the NC Blue Ridge Mountains to go hammock camping with my other ENO gear. The rain fly is really easy to set up; requiring only to be secured to the trees you've set your hammock between. However, there are four lines that run out from the corners of this rain fly which need to be secured via tent stakes. This was not obvious when I bought the fly, as I assumed everything I needed was included. Someone else had 4 extra small metal tent stakes, which were more than adequate to tie off to. When taught, this fly did not move much in the wind. I stayed in 20-degree weather with a 10-15mph wind in the mornings and was shielded nicely by this fly. I would highly recommend this rain fly so far, as I have not been able to test it out in the rain but feel quite confident it would do just fine at this point.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from to long to set up This is a good tarp, in that it kept me and all my stuff dry in a rain storm. But it took way to long to set up, the guy lines were short, and it was hard to find space to set up up right. I have gone to hammock camping instead of tent and one big reason is it is so much faster and easier to set up, but not with this tarp, I'm returning mine and looking for a better and easier set up.
Date published: 2016-04-24
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Is this rain tarp large enough to fit two hammocks underneath?

Asked by: zageorge
The ENO ProFly XL Hammock Rain Tarp will provide generous coverage for one hammock. It is not designed to cover two hammocks.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-11
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