- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
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- ASIN: B001DDTDFQ
- Item model number: SINGLEHAM
- Average Customer Review: 34 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,841,106 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Eagles Nest Outfitters Hammock - 2012
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- 100% Nylon
- 1-person hammock that packs into size of softball for easy carrying
- Breathable woven nylon microfiber for superior strength and wear resistance
- High-quality steel carabineers and strength-tested nautical-grade line
- Stuffs into attached compression sack; holds up to 400 pounds
- Available in variety of colors; 2-year manufacturer's warranty
|Color||Red and Charcoal|
|Package Height||4.4 x 5.3 x 5.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.1 pounds|
The ENO SingleNest Hammock is simple to use, lightweight, durable and best of all incredibly comfortable. This hammock is great for anywhere. Whether you are backpacking, car camping, traveling or just putting it up in the back yard for the whole family to enjoy. You are going to love the feeling of hanging out in the ENO SingleNest Hammock. Everything comes in just one little tiny package including the storage sack. The ENO SingleNest makes a great gift for anyone who loves a hammock. Have fun, enjoy and remember the best feature of the ENO SingleNest is how it let's you Relax!
Your legs and compass got you there. Now Eagle Nest Outfitters can help you rest and enjoy the view with the SingleNest hammock.
The SingleNest Hammock at the Grand Canyon.
The parachute-style hammock is made of breathable woven nylon microfiber that offers superior strength and wear resistance. The SingleNest also comes complete and ready to hang with high-quality steel carabineers and strength-tested nautical-grade line. And when you're ready to pack up, the hammock stuffs into an attached compression sack, making it easy to carry.
All told, the SingleNest offers backpackers the luxury of hammock camping without the bulk and weight. The SingleNest hammock, which holds up to 400 pounds, carries a two-year manufacturer's warranty.
About Eagles Nest Outfitters
Brothers Peter and Paul Pinholster opened Eagles Nest Outfitters after embarking on a cross-country adventure in the summer of 1999. The pair had set up shop in their sister's garage sewing hammocks and slap straps, with the goal of traveling the East Coast selling their products at music festivals and community gatherings. They initially lived out of their seen-better-days mini van while building a thriving business. While vending at festivals along the Appalachian Trail, a friend suggested they set up permanent shop in Asheville, North Carolina. In short order, the brothers established themselves high up on the Blue Ridge Mountains, where they continue to supply hammocks and accessories to like-minded people all over the world.
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A couple things you'll want to think about when buying this. First off, the carabiners make the hammock actually have weight. They aren't much, maybe a pound, but that's probably three times the weight of the hammock alone. It's easy enough to replace them with aluminum ones or a different type of rig.
Second this hammock is made for sleeping. The sides wrap up around you and nearly close at the top. It is pretty deep and snug on your sides. This can be bad, but it feels sort of like being held tightly... add the wind and it's like you're being rocked and held like a baby.
Third, my hammock didn't come with straps. So I just got 24 feet of webbing from REI and split it in two 12 foot lengths. So far, I've always had an extra four or five feet on each end. This stuff is meant to hold about 10,000 pounds. It doesn't cut into the trees. It comes in any color to match your hammock. Oh yeah, and it cost me 8 dollars or so.
Lastly, go on youtube and learn some knots for tying hammocks. I tied bow lines to connect to my carabiners and a clove hitch to the tree.
Anyhow, this is a good hammock.
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