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Eagles Nest Outfitters Hammocks

Burton McCall has taken on Eagles Nest Outfitters' hammock range

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Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO)

Founded in the summer of 1999, Eagles Nest Outfitters began as a small operation in Florida with a big plan to travel the East Coast in a ramshackle minivan and sell hammocks at music festivals and community gatherings along the way.  

In a short time, with more business than could be handled from the van, and weary from a life on the road, roots were laid down in North Carolina and the firm can now lay claim to being the industry’s leading provider of  parachute hammocks.

Burton McCall took on UK distribution of the brand last year.

The product range is lead by the DoubleNest Hammock (below), which is big enough for two people but still manages to stuff easily into its attached compression sack. The lighter SingleNest Hammock is also available if you’re not a sharer. Both are made from High Tenacity Nylon Taffeta

ENO’s lightest hammock, the ultralight Sub6, weighs in at just 5.8oz but has a 300lb weight rating. Made from lightweight 30D ripstop nylon, stronger-than steel Dyneema line, and featuring new aluminum toggles, it combines with the firm’s Helios Suspension System to offer the ease and comfort of a traditional hammock, while fitting into even the smallest of packs.

When there aren’t two trees handy, the Atlas and Atlas XL Suspension Systems weigh 11 ounces and boast 30 total adjustment points. It features the firm’s patented Atlas Strap’s no-knots-needed set-up.

Hammock stands are also available. The portable, versatile and durable ENOpod can hang up to three ENO hammocks. Tool-less assembly is designed to make it easy to use, and fast to set up

A range of bug screens and tarps are also available from Eagles Nest Outfitters.

For more information contact Burton McCall sales@burton-mccall.com or call on 01162 34611

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