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Eagles Nest Outfitters House Fly Rain Tarp

Item # ENOP4203M
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$139.95

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$139.95

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Whether used independently
or with your hammock, the House Fly rain tarp from Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO)
allows you to enjoy the outdoors even in wet conditions. Overlapping doors and
10' 6" x 10’ dimensions ensure that you and your hammock stay dry.
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Whether used independently or with your hammock, the House Fly rain tarp from Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) allows you to enjoy the outdoors even in wet conditions. Overlapping doors and 10' 6" x 10’ dimensions ensure that you and your hammock stay dry.

The largest of ENO’s rain tarps, but weighing a mere 27 ounces, the House Fly is designed to be used with ENO SingleNest or DoubleNest hammocks, but can be used with virtually any hammock or independently. Made entirely of PU-treated 15D Sil nylon, the House Fly offers reliable weather protection. Overlapping doors with buckles allow you to stow them out of the way when the weather is fair or batten down the hatches when a surprise storm blows in. When not in use, the House Fly packs down into its own integrated stuff sack.

The ENO House Fly rain tarp is sold individually (hammock sold separately). NOTE: ENO rain tarps do not come with stakes.

  • Double Stitched and Taped Seams
  • Overlapping, Stowable Doors
  • Largest Coverage Area
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Specs

Best Use Backpacking, Camping
Reviews

4 Item(s)

Great Tarp

Likes: size is big and no worry of not covering you on the ends. silnylon is legit... 100% waterproof just makes me feel good. door flaps are easy to change from open to close and there are more variations of the use of this with a few trekking poles or sticks. love the quick cinch on all the cordage... im use to my homemade tarp where duct tape, special knots and paracord is everywhere. once you get the cord around the tree or stakes, just give a lift on the "cinchers" and pull tight and it locks into place... no knots needed. eno is in Asheville, nc and I live in charlotte so I dig a local outfit. ive been gawking over my friends house fly for some time now and when I saw the 20% off here at back country edge with a free tshirt too, I was sold. originally saw the product review video on youtube and that's how I found backcountryedge.com

Dislikes: out of the bag this thing smells like fish. buddy of mines smelled like that for a while but it goes away... must be the sil. doesn't come with stakes... which is not a problem but you need to know that up front. the material stretches so what was taught at bed time will more than likely not be when you wake up. there is no ridge line that runs under the tarp to hang stuff from. its kind of a good thing that it doesn't "need" a ridgeline... the ends of the tarp have cord and a locking mechanism right to the tree, but if you are wanting to hang lights or gear, youll need to run some line under it. no big deal at all.

Reviewed by Ben M. - December 4, 2015
So easy to use

Likes: It is easy to use and works great.

Dislikes: I wish they offered different color options.

Reviewed by Selina E. - November 23, 2015

Likes: Fast Service - Ordered on 4/14/15 - Received it 4/17/15.

Just in time to try it out on the long holiday weekend. You don't realize how huge 10'6 x 10' is until you set it up. Plenty of space/coverage.

I left House Fly closed up during the day... Seemed to warm up inside nicely... Think it helped keep it warmer overnight.

Well worth the investment.

Dislikes: Like another post stated.... It does have a distinct smell to it... Mine seems to gradually disappearing

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - April 20, 2015

Likes: I love the coverage on this tarp. The blast doors keeps the wind and rain out and helps trap warmth. I have not gotten wet using this tarp, even in strong all day rains.

Dislikes: It has a distinctive smell that still hasn't gone away.

Reviewed by Michael H. - March 20, 2015