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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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4 5

Smaller than the Grand Trunk single

I have an Eno double and it is massive.

I bought a Grand Trunk single because I read Outdoor Gear Labs ratings on hammocks.

I prefer to use the GT single over the Eno double.

The Eno's were just on sale and I thought I would give one of their singles a try. They are smaller than the GT singles in both width and length.

The only negative with purchasing the GT single is the carabiners that are steel and heavy as hell. Not to mention the crappy cords for hanging that come with it. I used them for the first time with the Eno single with my standard attachment points I have on our deck. The hammock was pretty high because of the shorter length and when I sat in it the stretch of the cords had me sitting on the ground in less than a second.

So bottom line..

The GT single is better for a decent sized person than the Eno single.
You will need to buy hammock straps with either. (Eno Atlas Straps are the way to go)
After comparing the carabiners you would want to get two compact wire gate carabiners too. (Metolius F.S. Mini Carabiners are nearly the exact same size as the Eno's but better quality.)

Eno makes a really compact and light single. The Pro Nest single. I am guessing that would be the equivalent of wearing a two sizes too small banana hammock at the beach and trying to keep all your man parts stuffed in there.

I like the Eno single but it is harder to get situated in that the GT single. I sometimes use a closed cell foam pad in the GT and also an underquilt when I go camping. The Eno would make putting anything under you a bear to keep in place while you tried getting in. I am going to keep it and that one will be my wife's to use or if we go on vacation. .

I would have to give it to the Grand Trunk single if someone asked me which one to get.

5 5

Get the straps

I used my web belts to strap it up. One of the belts came undone. Luckily the short drop to the ground didn't do any damage.

Get the official straps to hang it and avoid a belt coming undone.

Get the straps
Lay Flat

Lay Flat

If you hammock, then you know that a diagonal lay will help you have a flay lay and not all curved up like a banana. I can achieve this barely with this hammock. I am 5'11 and typically rock an 11ft hammock for camping when I need a good night sleep

Get Yo Drink On

Get Yo Drink On

One of my favorite things about the ENO hammock is the stuff sack turned pocket that can hold your water bottle or other various items. This is a great feature to have!

5 5

Elevate your perspective!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have a Dream Hammock Freebird that use for backpacking. It is a great hammock and super lightweight. It however finds a home in my pack, or if it is being used...I am in it.

My two year old daughter loves being in my hammock, however, when she is in the hammock I cannot be in the hammock. I decided to pick up a ENO SingleNest that we could use as a second hammock when we are having out and it has turned out to be a great purchase. This hammock is loved by all and is super comfortable. It is a lot shorter than my other hammock and slightly narrower. I personally would not camp overnight in this hammock (I am 5'11 and need a longer hammock), but it is awesome for lounging about in.

The fabric is soft to the touch and it just offers a very comfortable way to relax. The portability of this thing is awesome. You can take it anywhere you want, and set it up anywhere you have two trees/poles that are not to far apart.

I am thinking about buying another one to have as well so my camping hammock can stay set up for backpacking and the ENO hammocks for the lounging! I would not hesitate to take these on a day hike.

I chose the ENO SingleNest because I found the DoubleNest to be to wide for the length it is and found to much extra fabric flapping around. The SingleNest is on awesome piece of kit everyone should have!

5 5

Great for camping!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought two of these, one for me and one for my girlfriend, and they are phenomenal. Along with the slap straps and the rain fly they're incredibly easy to set up and provide a comfortable shelter when you're out camping and don't want to mess around with a tent or carry the weight. Putting up the hammock and rainfly maybe took 5 minutes the first time I set it up and now I can do it in no time at all.

Half the size of my tent
Half the weight of my tent
Easy set-up/tear-down
More comfortable than sleeping on the ground (even with a sleeping pad)

Obviously not great for winter
Falling out when you've had too much to drink
Looking so cool that the ladies won't leave you alone
You'll be really disappointed sleeping anywhere else

5 5

Family Fun

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My four year old nephew loved my DoubleNest, so I bought him a SingleNest. He loves to go out with me and just relax. We haven't used this in an overnight trip yet, but maybe we'll do a campout at his parents place. These things are so versatile, they can go anywhere. If you need a place to sleep, you got it. Find somewhere to hang it and you're golden!

5 5

what can ya say?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Rad hammock. Comfy, durable and lightweight. Best sleeping related investment that Ive ever made. If I can ever help it, I will never tent camp again.

5 5

Love eno

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

This hammock is awesome! I suggest getting the double because it is roomier even for one person however, this one is slightly lighter if weight is a concern.

5 5

Must have

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've enjoyed my hammock tremendously since I've purchased it. It's a great summer alternative to sleeping on the ground, it really allows you to set up camp in unique places and ways.

I'd suggest getting the double nest, it's not too much bigger and it's nice to have some extra room. I'd also suggest looking at some of eno's other products that "support" their hammocks. (Underquilts, rain flys, etc.) Those really improve the versatility of the hammock.

5 5

Best Hammock

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This hammock has been my go-to sleeping accommodation for numerous Scout summer camps, because it is much more comfortable than a cot. During the winter I would recommend putting a ground pad underneath to block the cold air. Set-up is a breeze and beats rocky ground any day.

Best Hammock
5 5

i really like my eno

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

my sister convinced me to get one, and i did. I really like it. I take it anywhere and everywhere. I've set it up at campsites, track meets, rest areas, my house, on hiking trails, and other places i can't think of right now. It's durable, but don't let it scrape the ground or you'll get a hole pretty easily. I am considering getting new biners for the ends just cause i think it would be cool. I want to get the atlas straps, but bc doesn't have them in stock. The slap straps are okay, but there aren't enough loops in it to be really easy to put up the hammock. It kind of defeats the purpose of relaxing in a hammock if you have to struggle with it to hang it. I like to sleep in it during the summer, too.

5 5

Graduating down to a single hammock

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Used a double for many years, very happy with it except it was too big. Got it on sale. This is lighter, and will be more manageable than my old one. Love the color options, and glad they dumped the heavy duty caribiner they used to pair them with.

Unconventional Hangout

Unconventional Hangout

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:

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