ENO's JungleNest Hammock is a perfect union of a SingleNest Hammock and Guardian Bug Net that's integrated together.
This all-in-one hammock/bugnet combo immerses you in complete insect defence without sacrificing suspended comfort. Crafted from a 210D Nylon Taffeta Ripstop base and mesh cover, the JungleNest features internal hanging loops, organizer pocket and height adjustment, plus a full length side zipper to make access a breeze.
Triple Stitched Seams
Nylon Taffeta Ripstop
|Material(s)||210D Nylon Taffeta Ripstop and No-See-Um-Netting|
|Dimensions||(L x W) 9’4’’ x 4’9’’|
|Best use||Jungle camping & backpacking|
The bugnet has a ridiculous amount of holes per square inch, it's most likely the same net used on the bliss hammock (2100 holes per sq in), you'd have to go out of your way to rip it, very nice quality zippers. They made the stuff sack larger so it's not as hard to pack as say a doublenest and it fits a bag of chips in it like a glove!. It almost feels as if the ripstop nylon used on this model is thicker. I slept with a sleeping bag, open, and not covering me, just my sides and my back. I was in boxers and it was 45 degrees that night. I was a warm taco all night and slept like a baby when all my friends froze to death in their tents. The included ridgeline rope (it has it's own pocket in the stuff sack!) is too short, so I say go get some cheap nylon rope. Also, if you're camping and don't have any bugs to worry about, you can flip the hammock over, and the net can work as a second layer for putting a sleeping pad in as the net doesn't have slack, and stays against the underside of the hammock rather than drooping. Highly recommended
Now, time to join the ranks of happy buyers. If you are on the fence about spending the extra money to get the Junglenest, all I have to say is "DO IT." It's like having a tent in the sky.
- My night was bug-free, while my fellow non-bug netted hammock camping friends were woken up by mosquitoes humming in their ears all night. However, mosquitoes CAN bite through the hammock material, so make sure there is a layer between you and the outside world.
- It keeps in a bit of warmth. We were camping in 40 degree Michigan summer nights, and I was perfectly toasty with my sleeping pad and sleeping bag.
- Great for backpacking. It was so much easier to stuff into my pack than a tent.
- The bug net can act as a sun shade while you are relaxing after a hike, but it is see-through enough to be able to see the stars at night.
- FIne for the tall and chubby. I am 5'10 and 250, and had no problems stretching out, nor did I feel like the the hammock wouldn't hold me.