Eagles Nest Outfitters Dry Fly Rain Tarp

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Rest easy in your hammock and enjoy the soothing sound of the rain with the ENO DryFly rain tarp.

- REI

The ENO DryFly Rain Tarp has perfectly shaped drip lines to keep you, your hammock and gear dry. The 22 oz DryFly has got you covered on rainy nights and also offers respite during passing showers or lunch breaks, simply stuff the DryFly in it's compression sack and get back on the trail.-- Eight-point guy system-- Ample footprint keeps you, you hammock and gear dry-- Easy set up and take down-- Includes stuff sack-- Tarps do not come with stakes, sold separately

- OMCgear

Free Shipping. Eagles Nest Dryfly The Dryfly by Eagle Nest. The DryFly is part of the ENO sleep system and is also a featured necessity in our OneLink package. These systems also include the ENO SingleNest or DoubleNest , SlapStraps, and bug Gardian. The DryFly can be used with other brand hammocks and independently to shade and protect your buddies, gear, clothes, motorcycle, or dog. FEATURES of the Dryfly by Eagle Nest Poly-Treated Rip Stop Nylon Large Rain Coverage Area for Dry Storage External Compression System Stuff Sack for Compact Travel Easy Set Up and Take Down SPECIFICATIONS: Dimensions: 12' x 9.5' Weight: 22oz

- Moosejaw

The DryFly's perfectly shaped drip lines will cover you and your gear. With enough room to cook while sitting in your hammock, you have all your essentials covered. When the rain quits: stuff it and get back on the trail. ENO offers the outdoorsman or woman a versatile high-quality rain-free option for forging beyond. The DryFly is part of the ENO sleep system and is also a featured necessity in our OneLink package. These systems also include the ENO SingleNest or DoubleNest , SlapStraps, and bug Gardian. The DryFly can be used with other brand hammocks and independently to shade and protect your buddies, gear, clothes, motorcycle, or dog.

- Appalachian Outdoors