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Eagles Nest Outfitters Ember 2 UnderQuilt



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Item # ENO95201M
With is synthetic insulation and water-resistant shell fabric the Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) Ember 2 Underquilt is a lightweight, convenient solution for cool weather hammock camping and backpacking.



If you love sleeping in your Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) hammock (sold separately) but wish there was a way to keep your backside warm on cool nights look no further! The ENO Ember 2 Underquilt is a convenient solution to cool weather hammock camping and backpacking.

Insulated with a layer of poly synthetic insulation and sporting a nylon taffeta ripstop shell with a DWR finish the Ember 2 Underquilt fastens to the outside of your hammock and conforms to the shape of the hammock without compressing beneath your weight. This design allows to insulation to better trap your body heat to keep you warm.

The Ember 2 Underquilt attaches to the end points of your hammock with a corded hitch that is easy to use. A universal fit ensures that the quilt is compatible with all Eagles Nest Outfitters hammocks.

Weighing 25 ounces the ENO Ember 2 Underquilt is available in your choice of colors and includes a stuff sack.

  • Shock cord suspension
  • Hammock specific cut
  • Includes nylon stuff sack



Best Use Backpacking, Camping
Insulation Type Synthetic
Warranty 2 Years
Type Synthetic
Temperature Rating 50 Degrees F
Shell Material Nylon Ripstop w/DWR
Other Stuff Sack Included
Liner Material Nylon Taffeta w/DWR
Item Weight 25 oz
Fits to Length 95"
Fits to Girth 45"
Fill Material Polyester


Real Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 14 real customer reviews)

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Too bulky/ heavy
Reviewed by Michael J. - August 5, 2018

Likes: good price/ quality

Dislikes: Seemed good for car camping but too big and heavy for backpacking/bikepacking

It finally works...using a hammock
Reviewed by Wayne S. - July 13, 2018

Likes: So this maybe the biggest gain in new camping toys I purchased this year. We love taking our Eno hammocks to Yosemite, but always get cold at night. Not anything more. These new inventions nail the issue. No more cold bum bum. And an added bonus, the under quilt allows you to store stuff that you need during the night or first thing in the morning.

Dislikes: None.

Took up hammock camping. I may never use a tent.
Reviewed by Daniel L. - July 9, 2018

Likes: Quality product. Doubles as a warmer weather sleeping bag. Kept my backside toasty, even when the temps fell below forty at nite.

Dislikes: More color selections would be nice.

Comfortable addition
Reviewed by Eric B. - June 23, 2018

Likes: I really like the color. Easy to set-up and fairly light. The quilt kept my backside warm overnight on the NTP this weekend! Three days in the wilderness no problems.

Dislikes: Kinda bulky in the pack but you could use a compression sack to bring the size down.

Nice Quality Beginner Underquilt
Reviewed by Andrew M. - March 16, 2018

Likes: Easy Set Up
Good Coverage

Dislikes: Synthetic less compressible than down alternatives
Heavy for its temperature rating

3 season under quilt
Reviewed by Airlifthelicopters - September 28, 2017

Likes: Good 3 season under quilt, insulation is evenly spread and held in place. Nice color selection. Easy mounting options, good value for the money

Dislikes: Good 3 season under quilt, just wish it would have more insulation, unsure on products water resistances capabilities have tested it yet.

Great product. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Jeff T. - September 20, 2017

Likes: 47 degrees at night and I was nice and toasty.

Dislikes: None

Great underquilt
Reviewed by Michael D. - September 10, 2017

Likes: Fits like a glove. Easy up, lightweight and keeps you comfortable on chilly fall days/ nights.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Brian F. - June 8, 2017

Likes: It works for a beginner.

Dislikes: Suspension is weak.
Does allow a good diagonal lay.

Better than expected
Reviewed by J. B. - April 29, 2017

Likes: Affordable; fits a double nest just fine; I usually use a half-deflated sleeping pad and I was very pleased at the comfort of this underquilt. :-). I'd never spring for a down underquilt, and this is fine for late spring/summer use. I like that is water resistant, but I haven't tested that situation yet. I like that it fits the hammock with very little fiddling and fidgeting - I can't say that about a variety if tarps.

Dislikes: This packs pretty large...and going to take up a lot of pack space, but any underquilt is going to be nearly as big as a sleeping bag, and synthetic fill will be 1.5X the size of down.
Given the size, I would have preferred a tad more fill... I may still need to add a pad anyway when it gets below 55-60F.
Color choice was very limited... I went with the green... not bad, but kind of bright key lime.
There are different versions of this underquilt over time so beware the latest version does not come with a hang storage bag... but I just hang it up in the closet with my sleeping nags and that't just fine if not better.

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