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  • Soft on the skin and breathable in even muggy weather, silky-smooth ripstop nylon feels wonderful
  • Advanced stuff sack construction allows speedy setup / breakdown and neat, easy storage.
  • With 40-denier ripstop nylon, webbing ends and deluxe integrated carabiners, this hammock supports 2 people, up to 350 lbs.
  • Triple-stitched seams for added durability and quality construction
  • Attached stuff sack for easy transportation and storage

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Unfolded Dimensions 112 x 74 inches
Folded Dimensions 5 x 7 inches
Sleeping Capacity 2-person
Weight Capacity (lbs) 350 pounds
Material(s) 40-denier ripstop nylon taffeta
Weight 14 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Few tweaks needed Good size (bigger than single nest, but lighter). However there are two things that I do not like. First, the pocket to use as a stuff sack is at the one end, so you've lost the side pocket that was great for cell phone, sunglasses, etc. Second, the biners at each end can be switched out to different ones. This is no way to take them off the hammock without cutting the webbing. They are really heavy and I would have liked to switch them out for some that were lighter but still rated for the same strength like I did for the doublenest. I need the TechNest and SingleNest to mate. Big and light like the technest, but with stuff-sack side pocket and removable 'biners.
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great hammock, room for improvement Very lightweight yet more durable than the Sub7, material is soft and breathable, only complaint it the fixed biners (can be cut off and replaced by spectra cordage). Bag at end eliminates dual-usage but makes repackaged super easy, just leave that end attached to your suspension while gathering/stuffing and you won't accidentally drag it through the dirt
Date published: 2016-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Ultralight enough. I had high hope for this hammock. I even had contacted ENO a few times to get a time table on the release and specs. I have been trying to get my gear lighter and lighter and i thought this would help. There are some major issues with the hammock though... First major flaw is the stuff sack has moved from the side to the top so you can't use it for storing items like glasses, cell phone, extra socks and hat. I used this pocket to store items and then would throw it over the other side of the hammock to cocoon myself and keep the bugs out while i slept. Second huge issue is the ginormous carbines they decided to put on this... that you can't remove (they're stitched on)... they weigh 1.6oz each.. the regular double nest one weighs only .7 oz each and have the same weight rating. The hammock is listed at 14 oz mine weighs 16 oz which is a big difference is trying to go ultralight. The whole design was to get the hammock lighter and some how they lost this idea. The compression sack also adds unnecessary weight with its buckles and straps as opposed to a simple drawstring cord. I'm trying to figure out if I want to return this or somehow modify it. by cutting out the carbines and stuff sack and having it resewn.... The workmanship is great just super poor design flaws from a weight reduction aspect.
Date published: 2016-05-22
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