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Snuggle up in the lightweight, portable DoubleNest.

With room for two, the Eagles Nest Outfitters DoubleNest Hammock is your own portable luxury lounger for the backyard, the beach, or the backcountry. The highly packable design stuffs down to the size of a softball, and the breathable woven nylon fabric supports up to 400 pounds. Tough carabiner attachments let you clip on to your anchor of choice.

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4 5

Simply put, Its Great

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Love this hammock. Use it all the time camping and backpacking. Packs up very small and does not weigh much as all. Would reccomend getting the slap strap to make set up and adjusting that much easier and quicker.

2 5

Feels like being in a taco

After reading all of the positive reviews online I couldn't wait to get my ENO Doublenest. Unfortunately I found it very uncomfortable. I'm 5'6" and 160 lbs and I felt like I was in a giant taco. It closed up on me and I had a strip of daylight about 2" wide. There was a lot of pressure from the side and I really felt squeezed. I tried moving into different positions and simply couldn't get comfortable. The only reason I'm giving it 2 stars is because so many other people thought it was outstanding. It just didn't work for me.

1 5

Love ENO, not so much backcountry.

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I was beyond ecstatic to finally have my own ENO doublenest. I chose the color I desired using the photos provided by backcountry, but to my surprise when I received the order my colors were inverted and they no longer had the option I originally chose, very disappointing.

5 5

Awesome Hammock

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Pair this hammock with the Atlas Straps and you have a perfect lightweight and compact hammock setup. I bring this with me everywhere and when I'm not on the go it is setup in my yard.

Mid Day Study Sesh

Mid Day Study Sesh

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View of the Boulder Flatirons in the background on a mid day study sesh. It's hard to tell in the picture, but on the other side was a pretty sheer cliff side. And just as a caution, it is illegal to put hammocks up on city owned property in Boulder...

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Can't wait to try mine where we go camping / GREEN RIDGE STATE FOREST,MARYLAND!

5 5

Always with me.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This hammock is one of those things that is with me whether it just be sitting in my car, in my back pack up to the crag, skiing, hiking around, or just hanging around town. There are multiple burns on it from the campfire popping coals up, but it still holds up just as well as if it were new. This hammock has become my best friend and I love getting creative with hanging it places. At the crag, I love clipping it with some draws in between two bolts. I am always in full trust that it will hang me and won't tip. As for the whole "DoubleNest" aspect, it can be done but it is super...cozy. Ha!

5 5

Tough little hammock, easy to sleep in.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was first introduced to this hammock in the punishing environment of the Black Rock Desert. My camp at Burning Man strings about 20 of these puppies up (the single and double sizes) in our large, steel, geodesic dome. They have stood up well to years of hot sun, fine dust, glitter, and body paint. The nylon is great because it doesn't create any pressure points like a woven hammock, yet it is light enough that it feels pretty cool on your skin. The simple construction and lack of excessive strands of rope make them easy to machine wash, perfect for when a bunch of sweaty randos decide to sleep off a hangover at your camp.

Tough little hammock, easy to sleep in.
5 5

Best thing ever

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I bought one of these I was afraid I'd have buyers remorse...NOPE! This is the coolest thing ever. Nothing beats taking it out for a nice nap. You can take it into the backcountry with you. It's undeniable comfortable and I've even started my own hobby of walking around trails trying to find creative ways the hang it

Does this hammock sleep two well or is it...

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Does this hammock sleep two well or is it just comfy for one person? Would like to sleep in this with my girlfriend but don't want us to have to sleep on top of each other.

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The hammock would most likely be fine, but I can't imagine you'd be very comfortable

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Hey Quinn,

Personally I think this works fine for two people but the girlfriend disagrees. I find stretching sideways rather than lengthwise works best so that the natural fold of the hammock doesn't role you on top of each other.

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Though fine for midday cuddling, I do not enjoy sharing my hammock for any longer than the length of a nap. If you are looking to use the double as a nighttime home for you and your loved one, I would personally advise against it having tried this in the past. I would opt for two double nests, and hang yours above or below hers for overall comfort.

5 5

"Expedition Grade Gear!"

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

As an outdoor intervention guide a perfected sleep system is essential to any expedition or excursion. This hammock accompanied by one of the Eaglesnest outfitters tarps or any other rain tarp makes a comfortable and easy to install Camp. The whole concept of hammock Camping is incredible, hanging sleep system (hammock) under tarp eliminates the buildup of humidity that makes sleeping in a tent unbearable. I often find that my hammock and tarp are already halfway set up as the people around me search for places to install their tent away from rocks, trees, and roots. The ability to sleep over any terrain and that any angle of terrain make the Eaglesnest outfitters double nest hammock an extremely adaptable piece of equipment.

Works Well in Hawaii

Works Well in Hawaii

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We are fans of the bunk set up. The Blue one is a double and the gray/orange is a single.

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How do you like the double hammock? Is it a lot bigger than a single?

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When you lay in the double, it totally wraps around you and closes at the top. You can't lay in it and look out. The single is a little more open. I'll work on getting a picture of the width difference.

5 5

This thing hangs....

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The doublenest is one heck of a hammock. The first time I laid in one, the hammock handled it like a champ. I'm a 6'4 ft, 220 lbs. guy and still had enough room for another person. The material is flawless and sturdy since it is made out of parachute material. It is also super light and convenient since it compacts so much.

A gear recommendation would be to buy the atlas straps rather than the SlapStrap Pro. They are a little shorter, but they have plenty more loops that you clap the clips in too!

5 5

There I was, just laying there-

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I don't think I need to explain to anybody why a hammock is a good idea to purchase, that goes without saying. This particular hammock is the way to go because it is a great size if you want it to yourself and also if you are looking to share a little body heat with someone else. It has definitely been my best purchase of the year, I recommend this to anybody looking to relax in the great outdoors or for anybody looking to replace their tent with a hammock.

5 5

Life will never be the same

Beach days made even better with this hammock. Comfy, easy up and easy down.

Life will never be the same
5 5

convert

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I never thought a hammock could be comfortable for your back sleeping all night. I was wrong. I love this thing. So much more comfortable than a sleeping pad, easier to set up, lighter, cheaper, and way more fun.

Just watch your back/butt, they will get cold if you camp in fall or spring, I put some foam under me or wear extra layers of shirts if it's going to be cold.

My dad has one of these as well, and said the carabiner on the end of his bent out of shape while laying in it one afternoon. I've decided to replace both of mine with some real climbing carabiners for peace of mind and it looks cool. Minor bother, but ENO should include something rated to more than the 400 lbs included here.

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