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ENO SuperSub Hammock - The Trip Shed
ENO SuperSub Hammock - The Trip Shed
ENO SuperSub Hammock - The Trip Shed
ENO SuperSub Hammock - The Trip Shed
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ENO SuperSub Hammock

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LIGHT WEIGHT, BIG COMFORT

Weighing in at only 9.8 ounces, the SuperSub™ Hammock shaves weight without sacrificing comfort.  The SuperSub™ has the same spacious dimensions as the top selling DoubleNest™ Hammock and an impressive 300lb weight rating.  Designed with 30D ripstop nylon and aluminum toggles, this lightweight hammock combines with the Helios Suspension System to give you all of the ENO creature comforts in a trail ready package. It’s time to ditch the tent.

  1. DoubleNest Size, Sub6 Weight Savings
  2. Aluminum Toggles Integrate with Helios™ Suspension System
  3. Strong, Breathable and Fast Drying
  4. Super strong Silverlite™ cord

Designed For Helios

The Sub Series Hammocks are designed for use with the Helios Suspension System making them one of the lightest hammock set ups available.

Toggle Integration

Our ultralight Sub Series hammocks use toggles to minimize pack weight and seamlessly integrate with our ultralight Helios Suspension System.
Our toggle system can also accommodate the addition of carabiners to easily clip into our Atlas Straps.

    Specs

    • Capacity: 300lbs / 136kg
    • Material: 30D Ripstop Nylon
    • Dimensions: 9’ x 6’6” / 2.8m x 1.9m
    • Packed Dimensions: 5" x 7" / 12.7cm x 17.8cm
    • Weight: 9.8oz / 278g

    “The SuperSub combines the best of both of them (DoubleNest and Sub6) for a reliable and trusty product to string between the trees while out on the trails, camping and backpacking.”

    Women Who Hike