It’s so common not being able to decide between Kammok Roo vs ENO Doublenest when looking for a camping hammock. First things first, one is not better than the other, the best one for you depends on your needs, therefore, I’ll help you to choose the suitable one for you.
If you want the quick answer, Kammok Roo is the better one, it has a softer fabric, offers more capacity (it can lift 100lbs more than Eno Doublenest), and taller, it’s also better when it comes to weather resistance and longevity. On the other hand, ENO Doublenest‘s only superiority is that it’s a bit wider and packs down slightly smaller. Also, both hammocks don’t include straps, you need to buy them separately.
If you also want to consider other options, after comprehensive research I’ve put together the best camping hammocks.
Kammok Roo vs ENO Doublenest: Specs
4" x 5.5
10' x 5'7"
9'4" x 6'2"
Gravitas™ 40D diamond ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing
Breathable 70D High Tenacity Nylon Taffeta
Detailed Comparison of Kammok Roo vs ENO Doublenest
To be honest both hammocks offer enough space for two-person, but for the sake of the comparison I should mention that Kammok Roo is the wider, ENO Doublenest is the taller one (if you’re a tall fellow like above 6’3, it should be a consideration factor).
Weight and Packed Size
The weight difference is too small to consider, ENO Doublenest is 19 oz, Kammok Roo is 18 oz. But there is a noticeable difference between the packaged dimensions, although both are quite small, ENO Doublenest packs down to 4″ x 5.5 while Kammok Roo packs down to 5.25″ x 6.5″.
Here is a comparison infographic I’ve created:
Both hammocks are highly breathable and breezy, but, for those who like it cozy, Kammok Roo is softer than ENO Doublenest.
In general, I compare two fabrics’ durability by taking their specs into consideration, if we do that ENO Doublenest seems much durable since it’s made of 70D nylon while Kammok Roo is made of 40D nylon. But we shouldn’t compare hammocks’ longevity like this. When comparing hammocks, we must consider their tear resistance.
With that being said, Kammok Roo is the winner here. Although it’s made of low denier material (40D nylon) to be light, it provides better tear resistance due to its ripstop diamond fabric.
Kammok Roo is again the winner for weather resistance, it’s made of DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coated fabric, therefore it’s the better option in wet, damp conditions.
Kammok Roo Double Review
Kammok Roo Double is a convenient two-person hammock that packs into itself. The perfection of this hammock lies in its great balance of weight, durability, and size.
It’s made of 40D diamond ripstop nylon with DWR waterproofing. 40D nylon is perfect if you’re aiming for lightness, it’s not very durable though. But since it’s reinforced with ripstop woven technique, it offers great longevity. One big plus of this hammock is, it’s DWR coated therefore can be used in rainy conditions as well.
Ripstop Diamond Nylon Fabric of Kammok Roo Double
It comes with carabiners, and slings to attach carabiners to the hammock. Hammock straps are not included though, you need to buy it separately. You can use any straps you like but If you don’t have one I recommend getting Kammok Python 10.
With a 500 lbs weight capacity, this hammock provides the highest Capacity/Packed Weight ratio, therefore it’s the perfect option for backpacking. Kammok Roo provides 8 gear loops to quickly attach your gear to the hammock. And lastly, Kammok Roo provides a lifetime warranty for its products.
ENO Doublenest Review
ENO is the brand that revolutionized the hammock business by using a parachute type of fabric in hammocks. Its most famous model ENO Doublenest is a two-person hammock that tucks into its own stuff sack, so it stays all together. You can also use this sack to keep your phone or book when laying down.
It comes with carabiners and slings attached to the hammock but you need to buy the straps separately.
Even if you’re on a budget, I don’t suggest buying cheap straps, they tend to get damaged and unusable much sooner, therefore, it will be more expensive in the long-term. I recommend ENO Atlas with this hammock.
It weighs 19 oz and can carry up to 400 lbs (which is approximately the industry average for a backpacking hammock). It’s a very durable hammock compared to its alternatives on the market, it’s made of 70D High Tenacity Nylon Taffeta and it features heavy-duty triple stitched seams.
Kammok Python vs ENO Atlas Straps
Both are ultralight, highly durable straps. But Kammok Python 10 is the better option here, it’s lighter and longer than ENO Atlas, also, it provides higher capacity and more connection points.
The only advantage of ENO Atlas here is its reflective stitching aids for nighttime visibility.
Kammok Python vs ENO Atlas Straps: Specs
20 on each strap
15 on each strap