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  • Durable, powder-coated steel stand takes up next to no space in your car, yet offers unlimited hammock options wherever you stop, be it at Bonnaroo or somewhere on Route 66
  • Patent-pending design fits one ENO hammock (sold separately)
  • Super easy setup works with most vehicles
  • Breaks down into 6 pieces for easy portability
  • Comes with Atlas Road Suspension System to work with any ENO hammock
  • Compression boost construction for the optimum hang angle

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Unfolded Dimensions 4 ft. 3 in. x 1 ft. 5 in. x 1 ft. 5 in.
Material(s) Powder-coated steel
Weight Capacity (lbs) 250 pounds
Weight 56 pounds
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fair Weather Hammock Stand for Small Person I just spent a week using this at the EAA Airventure Airshow in Oshkosh, WI where there were not enough trees. It's a great concept but needs some tweaks (taller and out more). I used it with a Honda Pilot and it was too close to the truck and not high enough without being stretched too much. No idea how a bigger guy could make this work without ending up on ground or hitting truck. Also you can't use a rain fly normally as it is inches from the truck. Hard to sleep sideways. Very good for portability. Easy set up. But for those dealing with weather, would suggest the portable stand alone instead. I had to wrap the tarp to the top of my truck and down, which was okay for light rain but not the thunderstorm. Had to cry uncle and go into the camper that I was trying to avoid! Does not work with my Kammock hammock which is too long.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review/ways to improve the hang with this stand. I bought the Eno Roadie stand at the Tustin, CA REI store after deciding to purchase it based upon my reading all of the reviews that I could find on the product. I have to admit that I was hesitant to make the purchase but I pulled the trigger because I could always return it if I wasn’t satisfied. When I brought the Eno Roadie stand home, I set it up in the driveway. It is easy to set up. Yes, the hammock hung a little lower than I wanted, but there was no danger of it dragging on the ground. My Eno brand hammock was fairly comfortable, but it did hang a little too close to the car than what I wanted. The stand works well enough out of the box, but I wanted to try to customize it to address a few concerns mentioned in other reviews. The following is an account of how I altered the product and I hope that it helps others that have purchased this stand or are considering making the purchase. First off, I have a 97 Toyota Matrix with a wheelbase that’s advertised as 102.4 inches and I camp with an Eno Doublenest hammock. I camp in the local mountains and I was looking for a way to be able to pull over, hang the hammock, and get a good night’s sleep without having to sleep in a campground. Also, I wanted to be able to use the hammock while surfing/camping down in San Diego and needed a means to hang the hammock because the trees have been removed from a lot of campgrounds in order to make room for RV’s. The biggest concerns that I had were if the hammock would possibly hang too low to the ground (I am 6 ft tall and weigh 185 pounds) and that the tarp would also be too close to my car. I plan to use this setup while winter camping and would like to distance myself a little further from the cold body of the car. Another concern that I had was that if I used my hammock tarp, would there be enough room to suspend the tarp above the hammock and between the Roadie stand's poles and how would I secure the tarp to the ground. I solved the problem of the height of the hang by replacing the bottom pole section with a longer pole: I purchased a pipe used for fencing. I went to the local hardware store and bought a hollow 6 foot long round aluminum fence post that was 1-5/8 inch in diameter (cost was $8). I took the top pole section with me to make certain that the top section would slide into the new post: it did. I used a hacksaw at home and cut the post in half and then filed the sharp edges smooth with a round file. The bottom post was now 11 inches taller than the original bottom post that came with the Roadie stand. This not only gave me more options for the height of the hammock hang, but also increased the width between the front and back poles allowing more room to hang a tarp (using a ridge line) and redirected the hammock a few more inches away from the side of the car. This also allowed me more options to secure the tarp on the car side of the hammock. I do have concerns with the new setup. The pipe is made of aluminum, I believe, so be wary of its durability. If you weigh more than I, you may want to try to purchase a heavier gauge post made from a different material. I figure that an $8 aluminum post is cheap enough that if it doesn’t work well (bends, which it hasn’t done yet) I can go to a pipe supply company and get another pipe made of heavier material. Also, I am not an engineer so by lengthening the overall pipe, I don’t know how the bottom “foot” of the stand is going to hold up. Are the welds strong enough? I guess that I’ll find out with time. Like with many hammock hangs, use your imagination to make a more comfortable set up.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome I bought this a few weeks ago and tried it out however the hammock hung too low. On the advice of another reviewer I bought 54" sections of 1 1/2" rigid pipe to use instead of the 24" pipe that came with it. Result was awesome.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who needs trees I just bought the roadie with my 2016 dividend check. I have only set it up in my garage so far. It's sturdy, easy to set up, and has plenty of clearance between the hammock and the side of my Tacoma. I can't wait to go camping without worrying about there being enough trees at the camp site. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2016-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love it My new home has zero trees in the yard and I would rather not hook up to trees or strap up when I can help it traveling so I bought this...it's great. I use an a ENO double nest, I am 5'10, 200 pounds and this is used in conjunction with my long box Chevy Colorado. If your car has a short wheelbase this won't work out as well.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hammock Camping in the Mojave!! I have only tested it in my driveway so far, but, I'm impressed. Quick and easy setup. And the orange stripes and end caps match my Double Nest :) (the product photo is out of date)
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Invention! I saw this product being used recently with a truck and it was amazing. A great way to go when there is no where to hang your hammock. You just place the stands under your tires and set up your hammock. Highly recommend it if you own a hammock or plan on purchasing one soon, like myself.
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I use with my Jeep. These things work great. You are just far enough away from the car to open the doors (assuming you aren't in the hammock). I've had no issues.
Date published: 2017-03-25
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Can these be used with any vehicle, or is it recommended to only use with an SUV/Truck type vehicle?

Asked by: HeleneAH
A vehicle with a close wheel base will not get it spread out enough to hang off the ground. I was inches from the ground using a Honda Pilot. 
Answered by: FlyHikeCamp
Date published: 2016-12-22

Will this work with a motorcycle? Anyone tried it? On dirt?

Asked by: saltj
You're joking right? For sure not.
Answered by: corradocorrer
Date published: 2017-05-17

Has anyone set up one and a rainfly? how far from the side of the car/truck are you?

Asked by: dpapastrat
This was my problem this week. It is about 6 inches from the truck so can't use a rain fly as it touches the hammock on the one side. Have to tie that side to top of truck making a diagonal cover which is tricky and takes a while. Works in light rain. I got wet in the thunderstorm and had to go in the camper instead as there are two open ends with that configuration. I'm taking mine back for this reason. We get too much weather in the Midwest to make this work. Will get the SoloPod instead. 
Answered by: FlyHikeCamp
Date published: 2017-03-28

Does the angle allow for two people to lay comfortably or is someone getting smooshed against the car?

Asked by: MexPrep
We cannot determine how the stand's angle will impact comfort due to the large variety of body types and preferred reclining position.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-15

Can this be used without a vehicle?

Asked by: Kingk321
The weight of the vehicle offsets the angle of the vertical supports and the weight of the person in the hammock. Without a vehicle in position, this item does not support the hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-20

Would the included straps work on a tree as well?

Asked by: kidam
The included straps do work on trees in addition to this hammock stand.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-01

Will this be long enough for a 2007 Honda Fit Sport? Using a regular ENO Doublenest with atlas straps. I feel like it might be short for subcompact cars.

Asked by: Ziddy
​This hammock stand likely works with a 2007 Honda Fit Sport and ENO recommends that your vehicle weigh at least 2,500 pounds and have a wheel base of at least 7'10" (94 inches). Using these guidelines, check your vehicle's overall weight and wheel base.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-28

Can this be used on surfaces other than concrete>?

Asked by: Tina L
This hammock stand can be set up on a variety of surfaces, it does not need to be concrete or pavement.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-10
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fair Weather Hammock Stand for Small Person I just spent a week using this at the EAA Airventure Airshow in Oshkosh, WI where there were not enough trees. It's a great concept but needs some tweaks (taller and out more). I used it with a Honda Pilot and it was too close to the truck and not high enough without being stretched too much. No idea how a bigger guy could make this work without ending up on ground or hitting truck. Also you can't use a rain fly normally as it is inches from the truck. Hard to sleep sideways. Very good for portability. Easy set up. But for those dealing with weather, would suggest the portable stand alone instead. I had to wrap the tarp to the top of my truck and down, which was okay for light rain but not the thunderstorm. Had to cry uncle and go into the camper that I was trying to avoid! Does not work with my Kammock hammock which is too long.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review/ways to improve the hang with this stand. I bought the Eno Roadie stand at the Tustin, CA REI store after deciding to purchase it based upon my reading all of the reviews that I could find on the product. I have to admit that I was hesitant to make the purchase but I pulled the trigger because I could always return it if I wasn’t satisfied. When I brought the Eno Roadie stand home, I set it up in the driveway. It is easy to set up. Yes, the hammock hung a little lower than I wanted, but there was no danger of it dragging on the ground. My Eno brand hammock was fairly comfortable, but it did hang a little too close to the car than what I wanted. The stand works well enough out of the box, but I wanted to try to customize it to address a few concerns mentioned in other reviews. The following is an account of how I altered the product and I hope that it helps others that have purchased this stand or are considering making the purchase. First off, I have a 97 Toyota Matrix with a wheelbase that’s advertised as 102.4 inches and I camp with an Eno Doublenest hammock. I camp in the local mountains and I was looking for a way to be able to pull over, hang the hammock, and get a good night’s sleep without having to sleep in a campground. Also, I wanted to be able to use the hammock while surfing/camping down in San Diego and needed a means to hang the hammock because the trees have been removed from a lot of campgrounds in order to make room for RV’s. The biggest concerns that I had were if the hammock would possibly hang too low to the ground (I am 6 ft tall and weigh 185 pounds) and that the tarp would also be too close to my car. I plan to use this setup while winter camping and would like to distance myself a little further from the cold body of the car. Another concern that I had was that if I used my hammock tarp, would there be enough room to suspend the tarp above the hammock and between the Roadie stand's poles and how would I secure the tarp to the ground. I solved the problem of the height of the hang by replacing the bottom pole section with a longer pole: I purchased a pipe used for fencing. I went to the local hardware store and bought a hollow 6 foot long round aluminum fence post that was 1-5/8 inch in diameter (cost was $8). I took the top pole section with me to make certain that the top section would slide into the new post: it did. I used a hacksaw at home and cut the post in half and then filed the sharp edges smooth with a round file. The bottom post was now 11 inches taller than the original bottom post that came with the Roadie stand. This not only gave me more options for the height of the hammock hang, but also increased the width between the front and back poles allowing more room to hang a tarp (using a ridge line) and redirected the hammock a few more inches away from the side of the car. This also allowed me more options to secure the tarp on the car side of the hammock. I do have concerns with the new setup. The pipe is made of aluminum, I believe, so be wary of its durability. If you weigh more than I, you may want to try to purchase a heavier gauge post made from a different material. I figure that an $8 aluminum post is cheap enough that if it doesn’t work well (bends, which it hasn’t done yet) I can go to a pipe supply company and get another pipe made of heavier material. Also, I am not an engineer so by lengthening the overall pipe, I don’t know how the bottom “foot” of the stand is going to hold up. Are the welds strong enough? I guess that I’ll find out with time. Like with many hammock hangs, use your imagination to make a more comfortable set up.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome I bought this a few weeks ago and tried it out however the hammock hung too low. On the advice of another reviewer I bought 54" sections of 1 1/2" rigid pipe to use instead of the 24" pipe that came with it. Result was awesome.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who needs trees I just bought the roadie with my 2016 dividend check. I have only set it up in my garage so far. It's sturdy, easy to set up, and has plenty of clearance between the hammock and the side of my Tacoma. I can't wait to go camping without worrying about there being enough trees at the camp site. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2016-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love it My new home has zero trees in the yard and I would rather not hook up to trees or strap up when I can help it traveling so I bought this...it's great. I use an a ENO double nest, I am 5'10, 200 pounds and this is used in conjunction with my long box Chevy Colorado. If your car has a short wheelbase this won't work out as well.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hammock Camping in the Mojave!! I have only tested it in my driveway so far, but, I'm impressed. Quick and easy setup. And the orange stripes and end caps match my Double Nest :) (the product photo is out of date)
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Invention! I saw this product being used recently with a truck and it was amazing. A great way to go when there is no where to hang your hammock. You just place the stands under your tires and set up your hammock. Highly recommend it if you own a hammock or plan on purchasing one soon, like myself.
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I use with my Jeep. These things work great. You are just far enough away from the car to open the doors (assuming you aren't in the hammock). I've had no issues.
Date published: 2017-03-25
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Questions & Answers

Can these be used with any vehicle, or is it recommended to only use with an SUV/Truck type vehicle?

Asked by: HeleneAH
A vehicle with a close wheel base will not get it spread out enough to hang off the ground. I was inches from the ground using a Honda Pilot. 
Answered by: FlyHikeCamp
Date published: 2016-12-22

Will this work with a motorcycle? Anyone tried it? On dirt?

Asked by: saltj
You're joking right? For sure not.
Answered by: corradocorrer
Date published: 2017-05-17

Has anyone set up one and a rainfly? how far from the side of the car/truck are you?

Asked by: dpapastrat
This was my problem this week. It is about 6 inches from the truck so can't use a rain fly as it touches the hammock on the one side. Have to tie that side to top of truck making a diagonal cover which is tricky and takes a while. Works in light rain. I got wet in the thunderstorm and had to go in the camper instead as there are two open ends with that configuration. I'm taking mine back for this reason. We get too much weather in the Midwest to make this work. Will get the SoloPod instead. 
Answered by: FlyHikeCamp
Date published: 2017-03-28

Does the angle allow for two people to lay comfortably or is someone getting smooshed against the car?

Asked by: MexPrep
We cannot determine how the stand's angle will impact comfort due to the large variety of body types and preferred reclining position.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-15

Can this be used without a vehicle?

Asked by: Kingk321
The weight of the vehicle offsets the angle of the vertical supports and the weight of the person in the hammock. Without a vehicle in position, this item does not support the hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-20

Would the included straps work on a tree as well?

Asked by: kidam
The included straps do work on trees in addition to this hammock stand.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-01

Will this be long enough for a 2007 Honda Fit Sport? Using a regular ENO Doublenest with atlas straps. I feel like it might be short for subcompact cars.

Asked by: Ziddy
​This hammock stand likely works with a 2007 Honda Fit Sport and ENO recommends that your vehicle weigh at least 2,500 pounds and have a wheel base of at least 7'10" (94 inches). Using these guidelines, check your vehicle's overall weight and wheel base.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-28

Can this be used on surfaces other than concrete>?

Asked by: Tina L
This hammock stand can be set up on a variety of surfaces, it does not need to be concrete or pavement.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-10
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