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A highly portable hammock for mobile or stationary adventures.

From a palm-lined beach to a backcountry campsite, the Eagles Nest Outfitters SingleNest Hammock is a dream come true for ultralight backpackers and lazy bums alike. This woven nylon hammock packs down to the size of a softball in its integrated stuff sack, and its triple-stitch construction helps it support up to 400 pounds. Carabiner clips on each end make for quick attaching to a hanging kit or other anchor.

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Unconventional Hangout

Unconventional Hangout

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Hanging in a dorm room. Picture doesn't show it well, but there is enough room between the bed and hammock to sit/lay down. Not quite enough angle to be sleep-able.

Question: Can you find the goat?

5 5

Used to be a Love/Hate relationship

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love this hammock. My brother had one for a while before I sprung and got my own. I have now had it for a year, and it looks like-new. My brother's is still going string after 3/4 years and it is still going strong. Good quality, you get what you pay for. If you will be backpacking with it I highly recommend replacing the carabiners with a lightweight aluminum set. The included steel set is heavy. The pouch is nice, and the hammock easily fits into the bag; plus it is a great stash pouch at night for a headlamp and glasses. The weight is not bad at all, and the length is good. I am 6'1", and this hammock would fit someone a good bit taller than I am. I have used this thing everywhere, from forests to the backyard to my dorm room. (No, really, I hooked it up from the bed to the closet hanger rod.) It is suprisingly comfortable if you know how to sleep in it. (There IS a right way.)

You will need to buy straps as they are not included. I recommend the hammockbliss straps, they are lightweight, easy to use, and long enough for almost anywhere.

One important note:

I used to have a love-hate relationship with hammocks. They were awesome for hanging out/napping at camp, but I could not sleep in one. There was too much curve to them for me to sleep well, and my back would always hurt the next day. Then someone told me how to sleep in them. Life = Changed! I used to try and tighten it as much as I could, and sleep in line with it. DON'T try to make it as flat as possible, leave a curve. It should look like a banana when empty. Then, sleep at a 30-45 degree angle to the original line. You will be able to sleep with your spine in a straight, flat line. This eliminated my back-aches, and now I'm a hammock lover. I use it all the time for overnight trips!
I hope this helps anyone with a similar problem!

5 5

Worth the price

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Eno has their designs down, I bought the single nest combined with the atlas strap and its the best hammock setup I've ever owned. I was hesitant at first due to the cost but you get what you pay for.

The hammock is durable, and comfortable, and packs down fairly small. I've brought it with me on several 5 day backpacking trips, it was well worth the weight to be able to kick back in style at the end of the day. and the atlas straps are simple to use and easy to adjust, with around 2-6 feet of adjustment room allowing you to setup in a variety of situations.
An option you can consider if you don't want to spend the moolah on the atlas straps is to purchase 4 nsr straps, and you can make your own hammock straps for a third of the cost. The tradeoff of course is efficiency, weight, and pack ability.

here's the link to the atlas straps: http://www.backcountry.com/eagles-nest-outfitters-atlas-hammock-suspension-system#review-atg222005

4 5

Fantastic backpacking hammock

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I know it's a bit of a novelty, but I love carrying this thing into the backcountry

It's really quite light, packs up very nicely, can accomodate a variety of sitting/lying positions (can be a sleeping hammock as well!) and is a breeze to setup; you definitely won't regret having hauled it when your relaxing in it before a nice vista in the evening

It's great in the backyard as well!

Fantastic backpacking hammock
It doesn't get much better.

It doesn't get much better.

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Ruth Lake, Uinta mountains, UT

dang sweet

dang sweet

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you gotta feel sorry for all those poor folks in their hotel rooms.

5 5

Dang Sweet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This along with their straps is perfect. They all fit in the little sack. So nice to be pleased with a purchase. The dude naps well...........

5 5

This thing is awesome

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have used this in the back country in Colorado and it is awesome! I have the straps and they stretch which isn't ideal but the hammock itself is great. Lightweight, comfortable. I put a sleeping pad in it and used that and had the best nights sleep. This thing is killer!

5 5

So nice

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Spent a few night in the ENO SingleNest and wondered what I had been all those nights on the ground. The ground is hard, even with a pad.
Sleeping in this hammock is like nothing I have ever experienced. No pressure spots. No rocks in my back or knees. No freezing because my pad sucks.
Recommended.

5 5

Great hammock for any occasion

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just bought one of the Singlenest Hammocks and am already in love with it after using it a few times. This hammock can be used for a lazy day reading outside in your backyard to a camping trip. It's so comfortable. I'm pretty tall and I can fully stretch and move around comfortably. :)

5 5

Prefer Single!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I own both the double nest and the single nest but I personally think that the double has just a little too much fabric, the single is perfect for reading so the material does not bundle up on you and it stays a little tighter for a straighter back when you sleep because of the less amount of fabric. Love it to death!

4 5

New campsite lounging

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

Want an ultra comfortable, light weight lounge at your next camp site? This hammock is where it's at. I recently used it on a relay race, on our down times. It was awesome to get some ZZ's in without waking up with miserable sore spots from the Minivan seat. It feels sturdy and gets the job done. It will definitely be joining me on future backpacking events!

5 5

Comfortable to sleep in

I was doing mostly car camping, sleeping in a VW bus and the occasional tent when my friend turned me onto an eno hammock. They are the best for lounging at a campsite or relaxing after a hard hike up the mountain. No pressure points result in no back pain in the morning like sleeping in a bus sometimes does. The single nest is the perfect size for me 6'0 , 170 lbs.

4 5

Maybe go bigger...

...but still this thing kills it. I've used friends' DoubleNests in the past, and the extra room is awesome, but I got the SingleNest, because, well, honestly, I never bothered to ask my friends which ones they have. You'll still have plenty of room in this guy, though. Its not often that I'd REALLY need the extra room for a second person to chill in here, but the weight limit on this one is high enough that I don't see myself exceeding it, even with a second person. (I'm also pretty light, though.)
Be sure to consider getting a set of the SlapStraps to set this up with also- makes the whole system ridiculously simple to use!

4 5

Solid nylon hammock

Nylon hammocks are amazing, and this is a solid example. I've chilled in it in backyards, campsites, and even bivvied in it in a few times.
My only complaint is that the stock carabiners are just about useless. They are very heavy, and have sharp edges on the gate that actually started to do damage to the cord I was using to rig with. Replace them with whatever the cheapest climbing carabiner you can find is and it will be a serious upgrade.

Solid nylon hammock

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