Eagles Nest Outfitters ProNest
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The ProNest is the smallest and lightest hammock yet from ENO. The latest hammock from ENO is five ounces lighter than their SingleNest and even more compact but still offers the same ease and comfort that has created a following around the world. To reduce weight, they redesigned the attachment point, using custom aluminum carabiners created for the hammock that is smaller, yet just as comfortable as any of our other hammocks. The ProNests size and weight allows users to pack more and go further wherever their adventures bring them!
The ENO ProNest hammock may be the smallest and lightest hammock from ENO to date, but it's heavy on comfort and ease of setup.
If you're all about shaving ounces, the ENO ProNest Hammock is for you. The ultralight ProNest isn't your average porch hammock, it's meant to fast traveling hikers who have a streak of originality and a desire for comfort.-- Constructed of high-strength, breathable, quick-drying woven nylon-- 400 lbs (181 kg) capacity-- Packs up to the size of a softball-- Includes two aluminum wiregate carabiners and an attached stuff sack-- Hammock suspension straps sold separately; check out ENO's Atlas Suspension and Slap Strap accessories
Toss the super-strong nylon Eagles Nest Outfitters ProNest Hammock into your pack so you can have a comfortable place to sleep anywhere there are trees close together. On your lunch break, between classes, or on an ultra-light backpacking trip you can rig up this soft, quick-drying nylon hammock and have a good sleep while suspended comfortably off the ground crawling with bugs. While backpacking, this super-lightweight alternative sleeping arrangement permits you to set up camp in less-than-flat treed areas, and with a few strong lines and a rain fly (sold separately) you can create a weather-proof shelter than is pounds lighter than a tent and sleeping pad. The included aluminum carabiners allow quick attachment after you secure your lines (sold separately) to two sturdy anchors, and once your done napping, stuff it inside the attached sack that doubles as a flashlight pocket.