A couple years ago, for Christmas, my fiancee received an Eno double nest and I saw it so detonation comfortable that I went and got me one, too. The atlas straps were brain dead simple to put up and use, and seem to me like a tree-friendly alternative. When we chose we wanted to try hammock camping( our first night was last night, and I’m going to post pics and supposes subsequently !), we were gifted the guardian SL bug nets from my parents. The glitch nets worked great, the hammocks are comfortable, and the straps are easy to use and secure. So what’s the abhor around here? Is it an ideology thing? Are they a big company that has taken business from the smaller mom and pop hammock camping stores? Is there something I don’t know about?
Again, I don’t want to stir up an argument. I simply want to understand so that I can induce informed decisions on future purchases.