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Eagles Nest Outfitters SingleNest Hammock

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  • High-strength, maximum capacity of 400 pounds, aluminum wiregate carabiners, breathable woven nylon and triple interlocking stitching
  • Attached compression stuff sack compacts hammock down to the backpack friendly size of a softball
  • Nautical grade line with stainless-steel snap links safely secure to trees, poles, boat masts, or even the wall
  • Versitle, durable, and compact makes it ideal for hiking, camping, boating, traveling, back-yarding, or just relaxing
  • Please note: ENO attempts to reduce potential waste by using every bit of fabric available in production, so the color combination of your hammock might vary from what is pictured. Hammock suspension straps sold separately
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DECENT FEATURES of the Eagles Nest Single Nest Hammock 400 lb Capacity Aluminum Wiregate Carabiners Heavy Duty Triple Stitched Seams Breathable, Quick Drying Nylon Attached Compression Stuff Sack The SPECS Weight: 17 oz. Materials: Nylon Folded dimensions: (Dia x L) 3.5" x 4.5" Unfolded dimensions: (L x W) 9' 4" x 4' 7" Best use: Family/car camping & backpacking

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  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 3 inches ; 6.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: Eagles Nest Outfitters
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (461 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #248 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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123 of 135 people found the following review helpful By B10essee on July 13, 2010
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Red/Charcoal Verified Purchase
I purchased this hammock for all my future outdoor trips after doing extensive research on every company who makes/ sells hammocks. Some people might prefer to buy a system that is "all-inclusive" (i.e. - with bug net and rainfly attached). I'm not one of those people. I prefer to have control of what I pack depending on the journey. I was hoping to try it out in the wilderness first, but as luck would have it the family reunion that I'm currently on took priority. I think everyone in the family thought I was crazy for bringing it up to Minneapolis since we'd be at a condo (instead of outdoors and closer to trees). However, the patio area has two perfectly spaced columns that have worked out well! Every evening I'll set it up in a matter of minutes, lay in and just watch the stars till I fall asleep.

The hammock itself is a perfect size with more than enough room to spare (I'm 5'10" and around a buck 90). Others have complained that this hammock is too restraining. It's a travel hammock...not a king size bed or one of those hammocks that come with a metal frame. The material, cord, biners and overall construction of the hammock are top notch! I looked at the slap straps that ENO sells and instead of spending an extra $20 for the straps, I just purchased two lengths of climbers webbing at 1 in x 9 feet each for a total cost of $3.45. I would advice this for others who are buying this hammock or any hammock in lieu of pre-made straps. A simple bowline or waterknot with some backup ties does the trick and you can set the connection loop where you want instead of where the manufacturer has sewn it in. That is another issue I had with the pre-made slap straps. Eventually, the stitching for the sewn loops will fray due to exposure to the elements and use. I'd rather spend my money on other gear.

The third party I purchased the hammock from (Goliath) rocks! I got it a day earlier than expected. I would definitely buy from them again!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tradecraft TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2012
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Red/Charcoal
Eagles Nest Outfitters SingleNest Hammock is my first venture into the world of hammock use for backpacking. Right up front I will say that I really like this hammock and am very impressed with its easy set up and how comfortable it is to sleep in. My first time hanging this hammock took less than five minute using Kammok Python Straps. Hanging this hammock was way faster than any tent that I have put up over the years. The only faster option might be a bivy but a bivy is not near as comfortable as a hammock. From now on when camping or backpacking I will be using a hammock when possible.


+ Lightweight
+ Compact
+ Comfortable
+ Easy to set up (less than 5 minutes)
+ Can sleep on your side
+ Side pocket attached to hammock to store items
+ Integrated stuff sack
+ Variety of colors available
+ Material appears durable (time will tell)
+ Holds up to 400 pounds


- Carbineer has some sharp edges
- Does not come with straps to hang the hammock
- Sways for a while when you first get in (might not be an issue for some)


1. Use a pad or other form of insulation if in cold/cool weather. Obviously a hammock is not designed for winter but in cold or cool weather you must use a pad to insulate you from the cold. If you fail to do this you will lose body heat and get cold during the night. I was using a Marmot Hydrogen 30 Degree Sleeping Bag and got cold the first night in temperature of only 45 degrees. I put a Thermarest Ridge Rest Solar Sleeping Pad in and problem solved.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By jofrosty on September 20, 2011
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Blue/Orange/Khaki Verified Purchase
As luck would have it, the first time I used this rainfly it rained the entire weekend. I was using it with the eno 2 person hammock (only me sleeping in it) and the mesh bug netting in the woods of New Hampshire. It kept me mostly dry, the very ends of the hammock ended up getting a bit wet, mainly just from water running down the slap straps, but I slept comfortably both nights. The second night was a driving rain, I raised the hammock up a notch so it was right under the rainfly, it is a fairly effective barrier even in heavy stuff. I have a couple of complaints, but I will use the set up again for sure. One thing to note is that, when you consider the hammock, the mesh bug screen, the rain fly and the tent spikes (not included), you are starting to get a pile of equipment larger than many small 1 person backpacking tents and definitely larger than a bivy sack. This pile of equipment also starts to pile up in cost.
Setting up the hammock with the slap straps takes almost no time at all, and I will always bring the hammock car camping and even on some backpack trips. However, add in the mesh bug netting and the rain fly, which has 6 tie outs on each side and the two middle supports, and your set up and break down time definitely exceeds that of some easy tents. On that note, if you do get this rainfly, be sure to get some guy wire clips so you don't have to tie off the string for each stake.
Overall, it is a solid piece of equipment that will keep you dry if need be. I don't love it because of how expensive it is (it's a fancy tarp!) and my own over overstated dreams of how easy it would be to set up (my fault.) But if you want a decent rain fly, don't care about 5-10 minutes to set it up and have some money burning a hole in your pocket, this ought to do ya.
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