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Eagles Nest Outfitters FastFly Rain Tarp

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    Bust out the Eagles Nest Outfitters FastFly Rain Tarp when you need to shelter your hammock from the rain and sun. The extra-large surface area easily covers your hammock and leaves plenty of space to keep additional gear protected from the weather.

    • Nylon taffeta ripstop with a PU coating protects against rainy weather and mid-day sun
    • Four guy points make the FastFly easy to set-up and take down
    • To set up the tarp, center it over your hammock and tie each side of the cord to the same stable anchor points your hammock is attached to, then attach the guylines to tent stakes or other stable anchor points
    • 11.75 foot by 11.75 foot surface area is large enough to shelter your hammock and provide dry storage for your gear
    • Item #EGN0007

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon taffeta ripstop, PU coating
    Dimensions
    11.75 x 11.75 ft
    Claimed Weight
    22 oz
    Recommended Use
    rain fly for hammock
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Dry Hammocks Make for Happy Campers

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have an ENO Double Nest and having been sleeping in it the majority of time I camp. I've had several miserable nights of bailing from the hammock to take refuge in a tent due to rain and had enough of it so I bought this. So far, the two out of three times I've camped, it has rained off and on and this saved me.

    Pros:
    - You stay dry, not a whole lot else to be said.
    -Pretty easy to get set up, would recommend with the two strings to get it diagonally taut over the hammock & adjust to make sure the hammock is complete covered. Then tie down the other two for full coverage.
    -The sides help prevent getting wet if its coming down sideways.
    -You can throw packs/other gear underneath. Not a foolproof way to keep them dry (even the sides can only do so much if its really whipping out) if they're on the ground.

    Cons:
    -You don't get to see the stars with it. Not a problem if its cloudy & overcast anyway, but even for those variable condition nights I'd rather be dry than get to see the stars.
    -Probably could be a bit smaller when packed up, but its durable and gives peace of mind when its stormy out.

    For anyone planning on camping via hammock in anywhere that could potentially rain, you should have this. The slightly added weight & space will not be regretted and you will literally be a happy camper.

    Dry Hammocks Make for Happy Campers

    Perfect for backpacking.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I really really love this thing. My husband and I love to camp/backpack fast and light by hammock camping. This thing is perfect. It’s also been used off the side of our car while car camping to create some shade from blazing hot sun. It’s a little hard to figure out which sides go where and what works best with your hammock, initially, but once you do it its really easy. This does not come with tent stakes so make sure you have some of those if you are camping in the desert and anchoring the points to the ground. We were able to fit both of our ENO DoubleNest Hammocks under the rain fly comfortably. It’s its own tent, but much more light weight, and packable.

    Perfect for backpacking.

    fastest fly in the west... anywhere

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is easily my most highly recommended fly from ENO or for that matter for any hammock any brand.

    It packs back into the stuff sack NO problem unlike the dryfly, which was my first eno tarp., and could be a wrestle to get back in the stuff sack. The dryfly was stellar, but it is heavier, larger, and harder to pack, albeit larger and slightly more waterproof.

    On that note I have slept an ENTIRE night of storm rain under this fly and woke up bone dry, which makes this my hands down go to for hammock tarps~!

    Cold and rainy

    Rain fly held up in 30 degree wind/rain mix

    Cold and rainy