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Eagles Nest Outfitters Sub7 Hammock

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    A simpler way to sleep.

    When the weather is nice and the trail is long, ditch your heavy tent for the Eagles Nest Outfitters Sub7 Hammock. As the lightest offering from Eagles Nest Outfitters, the Sub7 weighs a feathery 6.5 ounces, making it a great way to keep your pack light. And since its a hammock, it delivers all the comfort you need to get a great night's sleep, so you're fresh ready to hit the trail the next day. The hammock is equipped with a light and strong Dyneema line and includes two wiregate aluminum carabiners for easy set up. A stuff sack attached to the side of the hammock allows it to be easily packed away when you're ready to break down camp.

    • 70D nylon ripstop
    • Aluminum wiregate carabiners included
    • Attached stuff sack
    • 300lb capacity
    • Item #EGN000V

    Tech Specs

    Material
    70D nylon taffeta
    Capacity
    1-person
    Weight Limit
    300 lbs
    Dimensions
    8'9" x 3'11"
    Claimed Weight
    6.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, ultralight backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Crazy light and still solid

      I'm still amazed at how light this hammock is. It is a bit shorter in length than other hammocks, but it's surprisingly strong. I've come close to the 300lb weight limit with myself and one other person laying in it and it held up great. I would definitely recommend this hammock for someone looking for a solid ultra-light hammock, as long as they are under 6 foot!

      Backpacking friendly

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've used this 4 times so far and fit me 5'7" pretty well. I'm able to lay at an angle to be achieve a flat hang and is great with the ENO SL bug net for a more UL backpacking shelter along with a tarp. It's very soft and holds well with any strap I use the ENO helios straps. This is not recommended for anybody over 6ft in my opinion. It's narrow and short compared to others in the is category of a UL hammock. It's perfect for backpacking and is very soft and feels great in warm temps with a breeze. Overall I am extremely happy with this hammock and would recommend this to anyone looking for a UL hammock option if your not 6ft or over. If so I'd recommend the ENO tech nest.

      Backpacking friendly

      Lightweight beast

        Having used the eno sub7 for a week around campus I have to say I love it. It's small enough to easily stash in my backpack for relaxation in between classes and also light enough for me to bring on weeklong backpacking trips without worrying about the weight penalty. I was a little timid to lay in it at first due to the thinness of the material but after laying in it for hours on end I have to say it's one of the most comfortable hammocks I've used.

        Lightweight beast

        Nicely Done

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

        I have used my ENO ProNest extensively for about 5 years now and loved it. I figured it was time to upgrade my kit and a lighter hammock was first on the list. This thing is half the weight of my old hammock at about 6.7oz including the carabiners.

        The included carabiners are sweet....a nice size and just about 1.5oz for the pair, plus they just look nice. I was going to upgrade to some tiny titanium ones but i like these even with the slight weight penalty. I would skip them altogether but i discovered that rain wicks its way down the ropes and can get you wet without a little hardware in there.

        Unlike my other ENO, this one has rope loops through the ends, which i have found is really useful for a few reasons. If you leave the loop and biner hanging out the end of the stuff sack (as my grumpy cat demonstrates in the picture), it can be clipped on anywhere and you can attach one end to your suspension and then pull the hammock out as you go towards the other end.... Spiffy way to keep it off the ground.

        The stuff sack looks nice and is plenty big. I found my ProNest was a tight fit but this slick material stuffs easily into the ample little sack.

        I will post a picture of my hang setup some day when its not snowing.

        Nicely Done