The Dryfly by Eagle Nest. The DryFly is part of the ENO sleep system and is also a featured necessity in our OneLink package. These systems also include the ENO SingleNest or DoubleNest , SlapStraps, and bug Gardian. The DryFly can be used with other brand hammocks and independently to shade and protect your buddies, gear, clothes, motorcycle, or dog.
FEATURES of the Dryfly by Eagle Nest
Poly-Treated Rip Stop Nylon
Large Rain Coverage Area for Dry Storage
External Compression System Stuff Sack for Compact Travel
Easy Set Up and Take Down
Dimensions: 12' x 9.5'
Number of Doors:
Rated 4 out of
Versitile product that can be used with Eagles Nest hammocks or for other sheltering purposes.I've used this product in a few different ways, and find it to be solidly made and versitile. It does give pretty good rain coverage and works well for shading too. I've used it seperate from a hammock for protecting extra gear when on group outings and I've used it as a rain shield for my dog, who sleeps outside the tent when I'm tenting. I spend a lot of time in the woods and this is a product I'd recommend if someone is looking for some weather protection for an "open" style hammock or for other sheltering/shielding applications. A true minimalist might find it sufficient as a stand along shelter, but that would be a stretch for most people.
Date published: 2014-10-17
Rated 4 out of
Easy set upLove the ease of use and set up...the pre connected cords with the adjustable lines makes it super easy to set up and use. I used this with an ENO double hammock in a light rain for an overnight...no issues. I would also recommend packing this as just a back up shelter for a long day hike.
Date published: 2015-04-20
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could this be pitched with trekking poles on the ground?
Asked by: Joee
Thanks for reaching out to us. I would not recommend pitching this with trekking poles. This could damage the trekking poles, as this is not their intended use, and would not be very stable. Eagles Nest recommends pitching the Dryfly Rain Tarp with tarp stakes!