The Hammock ENO DoubleNest is perfect for adventurers as well as for those who like to relax. All you have to do is find two trees, attach the hammock to them, and you can sleep in the wild or relax by the water.
When sleeping in the wild, a hammock has many advantages over a tent:
- It takes up minimum space – The hammock packs into an attached stuff sack which can also be used as a valuables pocket. It weighs only 538 grams and fits into even the smallest of packs.
- You can set it up anywhere – All you have to do is find two trees approx. 3-4 meters apart. You don’t have to look for flat ground to set up your tent, clear away branches and other debris. Nothing will bother you, allowing you to sleep comfortably.
- Set up in a matter of seconds – If it starts raining, you won’t have to spend an eternity setting up your tent, during which all your things get wet. Just buy a rain tarp (sold separately) and stay dry while setting up your hammock.
Thanks to the high-quality, strong nylon, strong seams and aluminum carabiners, the Hammock ENO DoubleNest will support up to 180 kg. The material is also soft, breathable and fast drying.
Its size makes this hammock suitable for two persons. It’s perfect for multi-day hiking trips but you can also set it up in your garden or by the water. You will fall in love with his comfortable hammock.
- Comfortable 2-person hammock
- Strong, breathable and fast-drying fabric
- Practical stuff sack that can also be used as valuables pocket
- Easy set up; three-friendly strap design
- Durable aluminum carabiners
- Precision-made, triple-stitched seams
- Perfect for hiking as well as garden use
- Material: 70D FreeWave Nylon
- Weight limit: 180 kg
- Dimensions: 290 x 192 cm
- Collapsed dimensions: 15 x 10 x 12.5 cm
- Weight: 538 g
- Suspension straps are not included and must be bought separately
- Note: When producing hammocks, ENO attempts to reduce potential waste by using every bit of fabric available. This means that the color combination of your hammock may be swapped from what is pictured.