The best hammock in the lineup.
A few years ago I bought an ENO Double Nest and have completely fallen in love with hammock camping. In my opinion, it's the lightest and most comfortable setup you're going to get in the backcountry. If you grab the hammock, slap straps, tarp (I recommend the Noah 9'), your trekking poles, and some rope, you can literally set up shelter anywhere (trees or ground).
That-being-said, I'm 5'9" and the double-nest was little too much fabric for me, so I decided to try out the pro-nest for a better fit and to save weight. Now, I could go on raving about how this hammock is perfect, but I won't (even though it is). The bottom line is this, if you want to try out hammock camping or are looking to lighten your load, buy this hammock! If you don't like it, you can always return it.
*I will comment on one attribute of this hammock that really stands out to me, as a quasi-survivalist and a minimalist. I love that ENO got rid of the the ropes that connected the hammock to the carabiners. On the pro-nest the carabiners simply go right through the end-loops of the hammock. Not only were these "middle-ropes" unnecessary and added weight, but removing them ADDS versatility because now you can simply slip out the carabiners and the hammock turns into a rectangular ground-mat, which can be very useful if trees aren't around and you need to sleep on the ground. (this could be used in combination with your trekking poles and tarp to basically create a make-shift tent)
I bought this hammock when I moved cross-country as a lightweight, versatile, and inexpensive alternative to a bed ... that I would be able to move outside if I wanted or could take with me on overnight backpacking trips. Thus, I have been sleeping in this hammock every night since I purchased it. I couldn't be much happier. It is extremely lightweight, very well-made, and really comfortable even for regular, nightly usage. I haven't taken it camping yet, but I have a trip coming up in a few weeks, and this will save me a ton of weight in my pack. The only con I might add is that, since it is the ultralight version, some material has been sacrificed. It is a tad bit short, if you're a tall person or you like to have a lot of room. I'm 5'4", so I have no problems getting comfortable and stretching out. However, taller people might feel scrunched, and would probably prefer the slightly longer, slightly heavier regular Single Nest.
ENO Pronest rocks!
I used bought this hammock about a month ago and have used it on a few overnight kayak trips. I own an ENO doublenest, which I like a lot, but when weight is an issue I think the ProNest is a great choice. Really easy set up. I still use the ENO suspension system, slap straps pro to hang it. They are the best, as far as easy to use and no damage to the tree.
AWESOME bit of kit, how can you go wrong? I bought the ENO Slap Straps for it also which are also great. My friend bought the Hennessey Hammock and I think secretly regretted it. I had set my ENO while he was still faffing around with the straps on his $$$ Hennessey. Great buy, worth every penny. But make sure you buy a Thermorest for it if you plan on sleeping in less than 40'
Like sleeping on butterfly wings...
Took my son out to the desert for his 15th birthday and I slept under the stars in this super thin hammock. It really was comfortable. If they could only invent a rocking feature to it, that would be true bliss...
I like the fact that it rolls up into a super compact ball.
I have one. and its sweet.
this thing is sweet . now I sleep up in the trees when I'm in the woods. hellova way to wake up in the morning .