Hang Out in ENO’s First Hammock Made With 100% Recycled Nylon

ENO has big plans for sustainability in its future. And those plans start with its first 100% recycled hammock.

Think ENO hammocks are already great? Think again, because the TechNest could be its best one yet. And by best, we mean most sustainable. And maybe more comfy (we’ll have feedback once we test ours out).

The new TechNest Hammock ($100) is ENO’s first hammock made with 100% recycled nylon and is bluesign-approved.

Compared to ENO’s flagship SingleNest and DoubleNest hammocks, the TechNest is 5% longer, with a 9.5-foot hammock body length instead of the others’ 9-foot length. Despite being a larger hammock, the TechNest is actually an ounce lighter than the DoubleNest. To reduce weight, the TechNest is 40-denier nylon, whereas the Single and Double are both 70-denier.

Finally, the TechNest has a larger cargo pouch/pocket on the center of the hammock, perfect for stashing a headlamp or snacks and big enough to fit a tablet or book.

TechNest Hammock Specs

TechNest

  • Materials: 100% recycled nylon
  • Features: integrated stuff sack, mesh cargo pocket
  • Accessories: ultralight aluminum hooks, removable carabiners, reflective rope
  • Length: 9.5 feet
  • Weight limit: 350 pounds
  • Weight: 18 ounces
  • Price: $99.95

TechNest Hammock Options

Like other hammocks, the TechNest comes with carabiner clips and loops, but suspension straps are sold separately. Right now, the TechNest Hammock is available in three color options: Midnight BlueSpruce Green, and Sedona Red.

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person in ball cap lounging in TechNest hammock by lake

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Mary is based out of GearJunkie's Denver, CO office. She has a degree in English and Journalism, and been writing professionally for over five years. Her outdoor interests span from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to skiing to pack-paddleboarding. If she's not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.