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Eagles Nest Outfitters ProFly Rain Tarp


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    Enjoy the hammock without the rain.

    Enjoy your hammock without exposing yourself to the elements thanks to the Eagles Nest Outfitters ProFly Rain Tarp. This ultralight waterproof tarp is made from coated ripstop nylon with fully taped seams to keep jungle rains or mountain storms from disturbing your slumber. Six attachment points make for quick and easy tensioning, and the compressible design lets you take your hammock system to even more remote locations.
    • Item #EGN0006

    Tech Specs

    210D nylon ripstop
    Weight Limit
    21 oz
    126 x 76 in
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Great tarp

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Brought this with me to Yosemite. It compacts fairly well in my 65L pack. While it didn't rain on us, it still helped block a good bit of the wind from being at high altitude. You can use steaks or tie it around nearby trees. I actually used more paracord to make the cord with it longer.

    Packable and Easy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Eagles Nest Profly Rain Tarp is one of the easiest ways to go camping. Packs down uber small and doesn't weigh a thing. easy to use and setup as well. Highly recommended to shield your hammock from rain or sun while camping and being out'n'about.

    Just right

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's is big enough to cover, yet lightweight to carry into the mountains. Iv not had it leak yet. You can get it banjo string tight. If you are expecting high winds and rain then just lower the tarp or raise your hammock. You'll be covered and the rain will blow under your hammock. Let the wind and rain put you to sleep

    Great shelter alternative

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is an awesome lightweight option for shelter if you're ever looking to cut those last couple ounces from your pack. Its perfect to temporarily protect you from the elements while your on the trail. It takes up virtually no room or weight and is a great addition for a minimalist who does not want to lug around an entire tent!


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

    The Sil Nylon variant uses a silicone impregnated nylon material, weighs 13 ounces, but is not seam sealed at the factory. ENO states that you must seam seal it before use.

    The other variants use a PU coated nylon taffeta ripstop that weighs 21 ounces and the seams are taped.

    The (not so)little tarp that could!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This Tarp is awesome!

    Easy to set-up, keeps you dry, and has enough space to provide ample protection when things start getting a tad bit sideways.

    Word to the wise: pick up a pack of 4-6 stakes to go with this as it does not come with any stakes of its own, though there is plenty of guy line already attached. I grabbed some lightweight aluminum j-stakes off of here and they are perfect for anchoring the four corners.

    This tarp also works great for pitching on flat ground with some hiking poles When I have been stuck in places without adequate hammock hanging trees or rocks I have pitched it A-frame style and stayed very dry and cozy even with some insanely heavy rain and decent wind.

    Great Shelter

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Just finished thru hiking the Loyalsock Trail. I have always been a tenter until now. Packed small and light, easy to setup, and quick to take down. I stayed dry, and cool. The young man I went with had a Hennessy Scout. I was very happy with my decision to go with ENO.

    Great Shelter


      One stormy camping trip a few months ago my buddy arrived late, and it had already started raining. He set up his hammock and profly just before the storm really got nasty. So nasty that the tree he was attached to snapped in two places. Needless to say the profly held up great and his setup was the talk of the trip. Really cool fly and a nice color.

      Kept me dry

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

      Took this on my first ever hammock trip while backpacking overnight. It rained the entire trip so it was difficult to keep dry. I managed to stay dry and comfortable in my hammock with this tarp/fly. I just put all of my gear on a small tarp on the ground under me. The only nitpick I have is the guylines that come with it. They are very stiff and not the easiest to tie. I will probably replace them with 550 cord if it works with the tensioners (which are nice to have)

      As others have said: Don't forget stakes. I actually take 8 stakes so I can backup each one with a second in soft ground or high wind.

      I think this could make a decent tarp shelter also, but I haven't tried it yet. I have only used it over my hammock.

      A fantastic hammock shelter.

        Took this out over a weekend camping trip for the first time recently and found it to be stupid simple to set up, and sturdy in howling winds and rain. the fold at the top makes it easy to drape over a hammock and tie up, and provides a worry free rain shelter in minutes. One thing to note: BRING YOUR OWN STAKES. This shelter doesn't come with stakes, so it is worth it to throw some extra tent stakes you have lying around in the bag when you store it. The toughest part of this shelter isn't its setup or getting in and out, its finding trees that are a good distance apart.. Highly Recommend!

        No snow on me

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

        Took this out the day after I got it, and got snowed on. It did its job and I am very pleased with how quick and easily it packs up. I do suggest you get some stakes, makes things so much easier.

        Here's a tip

          I used this recently on a 3 day trip in the ozarks. The last night we were there we were women up by a pretty bad storm, the wind was tossing my hammock around like nothing I've ever felt before and then I got wet. The rain fly worked great with the exception of the water running down from the tie lines. About half the hammock got wet. I've since learned that you should tie a handkerchief around each line on the hammock so that the water will drain down and not soak the hammock. If you use this tip I think you'll have a much better trip than I did.

          Perfect Pack size

            The Eagle Nest Outfitters ProFly is the perfect size for throwing in your pack "just in case". After riding out a nasty storm last year in the Uintas, I knew I wanted something that I could put up quickly, was light enough to vanish when not in use, and built to handle anything that came my way. The ProFly has accomplished all of these and more.

            does it come with stakes

            what's up with the stuff sack in the picture...

            what's up with the stuff sack in the picture attached to the tarp? does it really come with that?

            What is the difference between the ENO...

            What is the difference between the ENO Profly and Dryfly

            Best Answer

            Hey cge3922284. The differences between the ProFly and the Dry Fly are that the ProFly has one more attachment point than the Dry Fly for more stability in winds, LineLoc Fasteners on the ProFly for faster and more secure line tension and the ProFly has silicone impregnated rip-stop nylon that is lighter than the poly treated nylon of the Dry Fly, but still keeps water out. But, the Profly does cover less of an area than the Dry Fly. 7'2" x 9'6" for the Profly and 12' x 9'6" for the Dry Fly.

            disagree wally, sorry. you are talking about three different products. the silicone impregnated profly is a separate product from the profly. that is why it is double the price of the regular profly. the regular profly is poly coated just like the dryfly. the sil nylon profly is silicone impregnated. your dimensions are a little off too...according to the manufacturer's website (and the product I am looking at right now and just measured)...10'6"x6'4" for the profly.

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            What are the dimensions of this tarp? The...

            What are the dimensions of this tarp? The ENO website lists 12' x 9.5' for the ProFly Rain Tarp (which is larger than it is listed here), as do some other camping retailers. What is the actual size and will it *completely* cover an ENO DoubleNest hammock?