I bought one of these hammocks 5 years ago and it has gone everywhere from the traditional camping trip in my state of North Carolina all the way to Northern Tier on the boundary waters of Minnesota and Canada. The bug net is great at keeping out insects and if you don't need the net then you can flip it over and just use the bottom. I have thrown this hammock around and it only has two holes in it smaller than your pinky. For the price you pay your hammock will outlive any Enos by about 4 lifespans. The Hammock is also lightweight so its great for backpacking.
I have used this one time and love it. Thank you for all your help.
Have not used it yet. But it was exactly what I was looking for.
Thanks Kenny G
This is the best mosquito net available. It allows air to flow, It keeps the mosquitoes far away from you and allows you to keep gear in the bottom on the floor. You can get in to the hammock while zipped inside the net standing comfortably. Itallows you to change clothes get in your gear or make afjustments inside. It is very sturdy. I have 2 sons that are 13 and 17 and we have used the same nets for at least 4 seasons with no damage or compromise to the net. They're amazing!
I was pleasantly surprised by this bug net. At first it seemed so much bigger than the bug nets I'm used to, but I liked it for the massive amount of headroom, as well as the integrated ground tarp. It was easy to lay out all my gear and can easily be used for ground camping if needed. I only have 2 criticisms. 1. It is much too large for backpacking (although perfect for car camping, so take that as you choose.) And 2. I would have liked a darker color option besides just white, like gray or black. I would ding it a star for those 2 things, but I have to give it back because it comes with a guyline AND aluminum stakes (the stakes were not listed in the description.) I haven't found another decent bugnet that comes with all the extras. All in all though it is a great bug net and very roomy. Highly recommended if weight and size aren't a problem.
I love my mozzynet! The only thing I found was that I could not pull the cord to string through the top tight enough to keep it up out of my face. I switched it for a couple ratchet/canoe straps and found that to be much more efficient easy way to make it work. I slept like a baby!