Review Snapshot

This product is very light, compact, and under $75 without accessories . It also comes with a variety of accessories for different applications of the product.


The accessories of this product are rather expensive and the product must be treated with a certain amount of care.


Amazing product with a few small flaws for accessories and needs a certain level of care.

Reviewed by:
Dbishop503 : No profile data added for this userMember Reputation 0 • 1 active Krits
Eno Double Nest Hammock from Eagle Nest Outfitters
Eno Double Nest Hammock
Dbishop503 rates this 4.5/5
Average User Rating
No users have rated this product

Hanging with Hammocks (and accessories)

There are almost no flaws to this product. It is made of 100% nylon and can hold 400 pounds (180 kg). It is made to hold two people so it has quite a bit of room and it is great for camping and backpacking as it is only 21 ounces. ENO hammocks come in a variety of matching colors so you shouldn't have to worry about having one that looks like your friends or not wanting to get a color you like because your friend has it. I promise that you cannot go wrong with the colors. They all look nice and nobody is going to say that your colors don't match. It is also good for other things; I have taken this to my local pool and hung it up just to hang out with some friends. When I go camping I prefer the doublenest over the singlenest just because you have more room for your sleeping bag if you decide to sleep in it and more room if you decide to sit with a friend.

There are many accessories that you can buy with any ENO hammock, such as: slap straps, gaurdian bugnet, and repair kit. The slap straps are great. There are three versions, all of which come with a small containment bag: Original, PRO, and Atlas Suspension System. Original straps are only found in stores now and are declining in popularity, so I wouldn't waste my time searching all over town or the internet just to find some. PRO straps are just like the original straps but longer. They are made of nylon webbing, only weigh 8 ounces, can hold 400 pounds, and are tree friendly. The Atlas System just has loops at every space for more convenience. They are made of polyfilament webbing, weigh 11 ounces, can hold 400 pounds, and are tree friendly. The straps are great, but there are cheaper materials out there that do the job, you just have to know how to tie a simple knot that can hold you up. I do not recommend rope or paracord. The material from slackwire is great. It is webbed nylon and can hold just as much as the slap straps. 

Even though the bugnet is roomy and has the same design as the bugnets that soldiers used in Vietnam, it is very expensive and not worth the cost. There are bigger, better, and cheaper bugnets out there if you just do some looking. But, if you are interested, it weighs 16 ounces and is made of No-see-um netting, which is the most popular, and best kind of all hammock bugnets. The repair kits are good but they aren't simple to use. It isn't like sewing a patch on the knee of some wholly jeans; you have to know a bit about sewing and need a little more information than the directions provide. (I might be exaggerating a bit, but that's just my experience with it.)

Although, many people dislike ENO and its products because they charge quite a bit for their product's accessories. They don't dislike ENO because their hammocks were disfunctional but because ENO likes to sell its products seperately and they don't give dicounts for buying in bulk or buying a product with its accessories. Customer also, tend to dislike that even though the doublenest is made for two people but its a pretty tight squeeze, so you will want to really know the person your sitting with. Another thing customers dislike is that, as I said above, the hammocks must be treated with care, which is sometimes hard to accomplich with backpacking or camping.

All in all, I highly suggest buying ENO hammocks if you are looking for a nice portable relaxation station or hiking the Appalachin Trail. DEAL or DUD? DEAL

Date Reviewed: October 15, 2012, 9:27 am
Reviewed by dbishop503
Go To Official Website ▶
Visit the official site for Eno Double Nest Hammock
Did you find Dbishop503's review helpful?
Interaction Tools:
Vote 0
User Ratings
There are no member ratings/reviews for this krit be the first!
Add your own rating for: Eno Double Nest Hammock
Rate this product
Minimum rating is 1
Slide rating bar to select rating

Must be logged in to leave a rating.

Publish Your Own Reviews - Just Like This One...
We are currently accepting new contributors for!

• Add your own reviews to for FREE
• Get published & receive global exposure
• Help others make the best purchase decision
• Earn a passive income from your review pages!

Leave a Comment
Research Sources

There was no research required for this product

Legal Info
Reviewer has: Owned Product
Reviewer has owned this product/service, all information contained is based on this reviewers personal experience with the product/service.

Compensation Disclosure: Commission On Sale
Compensation for purchases made through links clicked in this review may result in the reviewer and/or being compensated for any referred sales or actions.

Additional Disclaimer:
The content on this page IS NOT to be considered any kind of professional advice. For all intents and purposes, this content is to be treated as "entertainment only". Please do your own due diligence and consult with a licensed professional before making any decisions in connection to this content. I am NOT responsible for any damage to people or property because of this product or any products listed in this review.
Copy the code below to embed this Krit summary in your website or blog.
Back to Top ▲