Eno Doublenest Hammock Review

Product: Eno Doublenest Hammock Review

Price: 69.95 + Free Shipping

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UnFolded Dimensions: L = 112″ W= 74″

Weight Capacity: 400 lbs

Whether I’m hiking through the woods or just out in my backyard — I love being able to lay back, relax, and just unwind. If you got two trees nearby, the Eno Doublenest Hammock lets you pretty much hang out anywhere you want in a few seconds.

Eno Doublenest Hammock ReviewThe Eno Hammocks are created by Eagles Nest Outfitters, which was founded by brothers Peter and Paul Pinholster. They started off as a small operation selling their hammocks out of minivan in Florida — then as their business started to grow rapidly they decided to settle down in Asheville, NC and make it into the company it is today.

With that said, lets review more about this hammock and give you a better understanding of what it’s all about.

What Are Enos Made Of?

One of the first things I noticed about the Eno hammock when I got into it, was how comfortable it was. Since they are cocoon type hammocks, when you lay in them you’ll be wrapped up feeling both safe and relaxed at the same time.

Also, being made up of breathable nylon fibers that are triple interlocked stitched, it makes it both a very strong hammock as well as a comfortable one to lay in. It can safely hold up to 400lbs — allowing you and another person to get in it with no worries.

If you’re one who’s picky and only like certain kinds of colors, like I do, then have no fear. The Eno hammocks come in 55 different colors to choose from — giving you plenty of options to choose from.

They Are Super Easy To Travel With

One of the main reasons why I believe I put off buying a hammock for so long, was I didn’t want another big thing to carry around with me be it hiking through the woods or having a nice play to lay at the beach.

Luckily Enos are very lightweight and easily portable — which makes it easy to take with you no matter where you want to go.

Easy To Travel With

When the Doublenest hammock is unfolded, it’s about 6 ½ feet long and 6 feet wide — allowing enough space for two people to fit in it quite comfortably. Although this hammock is quite big, you’ll be happy to know that it compacts down to about the size of a softball weighing around 1.19 pounds.

Setting It Up

Aside from being able to pack up and effortlessly take your eno wherever you want, once you find a nice place to relax setting it up is painless and fast.

Every Eno hammock comes with aluminum carabiners that you can attach to the Atlas Suspension System. With each strap being approximately 9 feet long, you can wrap it practically anywhere you want like big rocks, trees, or poles.

The only downside that I’ve found is the suspension system is sold separately from the hammocks — making you have to spend a little extra money to get both the hammock and straps.

Final Thoughts

All in all I think the Eno Doublenest Hammock is great for anyone that wants to find a compatible hammock to take with them.

With it being lightweight and easy to set up, it makes it ideal for anyone that wants to quickly have something to relax or better yet sleep in — especially if their camping.

If you want even more info and also want to see see what other people have to say about these hammocks — hop on over to Amazon and see all the great things they have to say about them.

You can find pictures, videos, and even browse through the different color selections they have!

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So what you think?

Do you plan on buying one of these hammocks in the near future — or maybe you know someone that already owns one themselves?

Let me know what you think about these in the comments below.

Eno Doublenest Hammock






Color Customization




Overall Value



  • Easy to set up, pack, and travel with
  • Strong, as it can hold up to 400 lbs
  • Very comfortable
  • Can hold two people with no problem


  • The straps and suspension system are sold separately from the hammock
  • Having 2 people sleep in this hammock together can get uncofortable

6 thoughts on “Eno Doublenest Hammock Review

  • September 27, 2017 at 1:08 pm

    I have been looking for a hammock to take camping. I would like to be able to just set it up between 2 trees and take a nap! I appreciate your review of the Eno hammock. Its lightweight, and compact design makes it pretty much exactly what I am looking for. What happens if the hammock gets wet? Is it okay to pack it away long enough to get home, and then dry it out? I am just a little concerned about it getting moldy, or musty if it does get wet. Other than that, it seems like a reasonable price and a quality product. Thanks for your review, it’s very timely for me.

    • October 11, 2017 at 10:37 am

      Yes I have personally tried this hammock and enjoyed everything about it. I think if you gave this a try, you would probably be very satisfied.

      As to you worrying about it getting moldy or not, it is safe to pack the hammock away in its pouch ( even if it’s wet ) before you get home — just make sure once your home you take it  out and let it air dry for several hours before putting it back. 

      Also if you happened to get your hammock real dirty and wet while outdoors — just throw it in the washer or hand wash it before you use it again.

  • September 27, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    I just bought one of these and went camping with my wife and daughter. We spent more time on this than in the tent. We fought over it and my wife and daughter always won. I recommend to buy one and my review is 5 stars. Do you have any in pink as my daughter wants her own?

    • October 11, 2017 at 10:24 am

      I’m glad you and your family enjoy this hammock so much Dave. 🙂 

      They are quite fun to have and also very comfortable, which is why I could see you all fighting over it haha.

      As are as pink colored hammocks go I found 3 doing a quick search:
      1. charcoal/Fuchsia
      2. lavender/violet
      3. purple/fuchsia

      The one is the most pink is the First one ” Charcoal/Fuchsia” — I think your daughter would like that one :).

  • September 27, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    Your right about the color choices as there are a lot of pretty bright combinations – or, plain black if one is so inclined.
    Anyway, do you just throw these in the washing machine, hand wash in a sink, or other? And, have you noticed much fading or wear from that – or wear from normal use, too.
    Thanks for the information!

    • October 11, 2017 at 10:18 am

      You can do either or depending on what you choose. If you do choose to use a washing machine, make sure you first remove the carbines, then was on cool, delicate cycle, and mild detergent.

      If you choose to wash my hand, do it in a sing or bath tub with the same mild detergents you would use in your washer.

      Most importantly however is DO NOT put your hammock in the dryer. Let me air dry before you reuse them. 

      As far as fading goes — the main reason your hammock with fade is from UV light. So to make it last as long as possible, don’t keep it outdoors year around but instead keep it clean and fresh by storing it in it’s pouch in a cool dry environment.


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