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Recent Hammock Accessory Reviews

Eagles Nest Outfitters SlapStrap

rated 3 of 5 stars The SlapStraps are ENO's most basic suspension system. They work fine but lack versatility — a much desired characteristic in the backcountry when scoping out anchor points for a hammock. I recently reviewed my ENO DoubleNest and thought it would be appropriate to include a review of the suspension system I use with said hammock. The ENO SlapStraps are an ENO manufactured accessory that works with any of their hammocks. These are only one of various suspension systems ENO manufactures for their… Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters SlapStrap Pro

rated 3 of 5 stars They work well. Just probably better for someone smaller. These straps seem to work well. But I am a fairly large person. These straps will stretch an amazing amount overnight. Nothing like waking up in the am on the ground. I was given a set of Atlas straps for Father's Day and if you're a good size person pass these by and go ahead and get the Atlas. Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Hammock Suspension System

rated 5 of 5 stars Much better than the Pro straps and super convenient. I'm a fairly large person at over 6 feet and nearly 275 lbs. These straps sag much less than the SlapStrap Pros. The trouble I had with the Pro straps is that no matter how taut I had them, when I woke up in the morning I was either on the ground or near it. These don't give much at all. They are very beefy straps and very easy to use. You'll be much better off to go ahead and spend the extra money for these as opposed to purchasing the SlapStraps… Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Hammock Suspension System

rated 5 of 5 stars Very easy to set up. The pouch is very convienent and makes the straps super portable. Many loops for easy adjustment. I got my first hammock a month or two ago and I loved it. At first I struggled with suspension then I built my own straps that worked fairly well. I had to tie a slip knot every time though and they were made of heavy polypropelene webbing. I ditched my Chinese hammock and bought a nice ENO SingleNest and these Atlas straps. They are sweet but slip down trees sometimes, Not a often… Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Hammock Suspension System

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These Atlas Hammock Straps will open up your possibilities for your hammock setup locations. Now you will be able to enjoy the sound of flowing water, birds chirping, and many other sounds while you hammock amongst the rest of nature. These straps are perfect for setting up your ENO hammock. When you want to go hammock, your straps are easy to quickly set up and when you are finished with your afternoon hammock session then they are easy to roll up and store in their included storage bag. The straps… Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Hammock Suspension System

rated 5 of 5 stars Love these straps. Super easy to use. Compact and lightweight for easy carrying. Recommended over SlapStraps. Highly recommend with ENO hammocks. Easy to use and lightweight. Full review

Hammock Bliss Rain Fly

rated 4 of 5 stars Worked great on a rainy night! Stayed dry in my hammock. I feel like some other brands might have a bit easier setup, but this fly is not by any means difficult to set up. Would definitely recommend it, as it works well and is at cheaper price than other brands. Went camping in VA and it rained most of our first night. Stayed dry in my hammock with this fly all night! Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters Atlas Hammock Suspension System

rated 5 of 5 stars Very simple to set up. If anyone is interested in getting a new style hammock I highly recommend getting these. Even if you don't go with ENO (though I am not sure why you wouldn't) ;) Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters SlapStrap Pro

rated 4 of 5 stars Great product with variable length for easy hammock hanging. The SlapStrap Pros are all black, and come neatly packed in a nylon parachute bag. You will never have them packed as neatly as when you purchase them, but they do fit neatly in their bag. They are very durable and easy to set up.  On the con side, as they break in, they do need to be reset for you to keep your hammock comfortable. They can also be difficult to hang around wide trees, and a wider tree gives you fewer options for how to… Full review

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