Q:

Best Hammocks: ENO OneLink ProNest

On a humid night in July, I slept in friend’s hammock on the trail. The cool breezes were great, but I wondered about weight. How do they compare with other shelters?

Jul 2, 2013
Outside
Outside Magazine

ENO OneLink ProNest Hammock    Photo:Courtesty of ENO

A:

One of the lightest hiking models on the market, the ProNest  weighs just 21 ounces (including the straps) and packs down to the size of a citrus fruit. We like the quick drying nylon on this one. Overall, it’s a comfy design from one of the most experienced companies in the field.

Grand total weight: 50 ounces (13-ounce hammock, 13-ounce tarp, 16-ounce bug net, and 8-ounce straps)

Packability: 4 by 4 by 4 inches (hammock alone).

Price: $214.95 (price for complete kit, ENO also sells the hammock, rain tarp, and bug net on their own.)

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