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Let us help you with your holiday shopping by checking out these featured products. For your backcountry explorer, your homebody buddy and everyone in between, we have something for everyone on your list.
Holiday Gift GuideHere is your go-to gift guide for all the adventure seekers on your list this year.  FOR EVERYONE ENO DoubleNest Hammock Really, who can argue with the comfort of a hammock? We are a little biased, but we think an ENO Hammock is the greatest gift of all!   FOR THE GEAR JUNKIE SubLink Shelter System Complete with the Sub Series Hammock, Helios Suspension System and Guardian SL Bug Net, your choice of sil nylon rain tarp and a set of tarp stakes, you can hit the trail with everything you need.    FOR THE GLAMPER ENO Eclipse Lantern The iconic shape and ambient lights of the ENO Eclipse will take you back to a time of peace, love and good vibes!   FOR THE FUN SEEKER Islander Beach Blanket Travel ready, the Islander is crafted from lightweight, easy-to-wash parachute nylon and includes stakes and stake loops for quick setup.   FOR THE HOMEBODY SoloPod Hammock Stand With super easy construction, graceful aesthetic, and versatile, non-slip feet, the SoloPod is the most convenient and good lookin’ single-hammock stand on the market.   FOR THE CAR CAMPER LoungerDL Chair Equipped with two adjustable leg heights, a cup holder, two cargo pockets...
Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can sometimes be a challenge. Let us ease your shopping woes so that you can get back to relaxing in your hammock.  The experts at ENO are here to help you find gifts for your father, sister, brother-in-law, co-worker, distant cousin, and maybe even yourself!  This list has been curated by Anna, our fabulous Events Marketing Assistant. Cheers!     For The Outdoors Man/Woman Foraging tour with No Taste Like Home or local company or,  food ID book like Foraging and Feasting.    For The Reader ENO Moonshine to light up the night when taking a good read outdoors. For The Environmentalist Waxed canvas food wrap   For The Green Thumb Gift card for a seed catalog.    For The Gear Lover The lightweight ENO SuperSub & Helios straps   For The Beer Lover or Beach Bum/Babe Banks Surf Supply Happy Camper Beverage Sling   For The Glamper Camp kitchen & sideboard– Fifth Element Camping.  Amazing!   For The Vegan Hempeh from Smiling Hara Tempeh    For The Runner  Running belt or arm band from Fitletics   For the person who truly has everything, you can make a donation in their name. Donation...
Backpacking with dogsEveryone has their own preference when it comes to backpacking, some people love to go ultralight, some are more in it for comfort, and others want practical. For backpacking with a dog, being prepared without over packing is my main goal. Below, I have my list of items I consider essentials and would never leave the house without when backpacking with my dog Goose. 1.) Dog backpack I am aware not all dogs can carry a backpack either for size or age of the dog, but if your dog is healthy enough then I say take advantage of it! If you don’t know if your dog is ready for a backpack I recommend taking them to your vet and asking your vet to conduct a physical exam to determine if they are physically ready to wear a backpack. Ok so your dog can wear a backpack that’s great, just remember to not dive right into a backpack full of dog gear remember training is key to keep your dog happy and healthy. Start with short hikes and lightweight in the backpack and slowly increase the weight to the target weight. A maximum of 25 percent of your dog’s body weight is a rough estimate. But...
When preparing yourself for a few weeks or even months on the road, oftentimes the hardest part, even more than planning the details of where you’ll go, is what to take. Certainly for me, I kept finding new and essential items to have in my bag. Each time I walked into REI, I’d walk out with another few hundred dollars’ worth of stuff I just HAD to have. Each article I’d read on the subject would list endlessly new ‘must haves’. So what really are the key elements to deciding what to take? First, determine what your trip intends to accomplish. Are you blogging? Are you a photographer? Is it a spiritual journey? Is it just for fun? Once you’ve established your intended purpose, consider where you’re going and what climate you can expect. These analyses will help you focus on what’s meaningful, and what’s excess. Our goal? Pack as lightly as possible. Let’s start by creating a list of categories: Clothing Toiletries Gear Electronics Accessories Now we’ll look into each category. Trust me, you’ll list out more than you need. The best advice I’ve heard is this: Lay out what you’re going to take. Take half of it. Then double how much money...
Now you’ve seen what was under the tree and in your stocking, it’s time to fill in the holes! Here are a few ideas of that you can snag with all that holiday cash in the New Year sales, ready for an adventure filled 2016!
The holidays are coming; and while others are singing the “Twelve Days of Christmas,” campers will be crooning to this version: On the first day of camping, My true love sent to me, A hammock to tie to a tree! Believe it or not, there really is a “Twelve Days of Camping” version of this classic tune. So after the hammock in day one, here is the rest of the gear you’ll need to prep for winter camping: Day 2: Waterproofness Being outdoors in winter brings the inevitable need for waterproof protection. Whether this is an occasional shower or a snowy campground, then a rain tarp that can pop over your hammock to keep you cozy and dry is a must. Along with making the water roll off, these tarps will also serve as a wind break and outer layer of insulation.   Day 3: Stay Three Times as Warm Another add-on to your hammock setup is extra insulation. Thick padding can protect your from the elements. With an underquilt, your ordinary hammock can quickly become a hot cocoon that you won’t want to leave.   Day 4: Serious Camp Stove Perhaps more than any other season, winter makes fire...
Featured in GAFF Magazine’s November/December 2012 issue, “The Gift Guide.” Check out the ENO SingleNest Hammock HERE.

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