Eagles Nest Outfitters ProFly Sil Rain Tarp
MORE COVERAGE, LESS WEIGHT
Want sound, foul-weather protection, but not looking for a bomb shelter? Step under the ProFly Sil. The ProFly Sil's six guy points and sealed seams give it a streamlined shape ideal for weathering sudden downpours or building a water-front basecamp.
- Quick & Easy Set Up
- LineLoc Tensioners
- Double Stitched & Waterproof Seams
- 6 Point Guy System
- Material: 30D Silicone Impregnated Nylon with 1000mm PU Coating
- Packed Dimensions: 3.5" x 7" / 8.9cm x 17.8cm
- Dimensions: 10'6"x 6'4" / 3.2m x 1.9m
- Weight: 18oz / 510g
- Color: Charcoal
In the summer of 1999, Eagles Nest Outfitters was founded as a result of a big dream, hard work, and a passion for adventure and travel.
ENO began as a small operation in Florida with a big plan to travel the East Coast in a ramshackle minivan and sell hammocks at music festivals and community gatherings along the way. In the early years, home was wherever the van was parked that night. Being on the road and sharing a passion for hammocking through first hand encounters, fueled a dedication to make and sell the most comfortable hammocks in the world.
Inspired from years of travelling, the founders started the product line with a packable, travel-ready hammock. They soon realized that the best way to get people in hammocks was to design an easy to use strap that eliminated the need for knots. They designed and patented the first knotless hammock suspension systems, and with that revolutionized hammocking and cultivated the growing hammock culture.
ENO continues to grow and thrive in Asheville, NC and is not only committed to the design of innovative products, but also to being invested members of the local and global community by supporting organizations that are preserving and protecting our public lands. As a 1% for the Planet member, ENO commits to giving 1% of their annual sales to support nonprofit organizations focused on the environment, and through a partnership with Trees for the Future ENO plants 2 trees for every hammock sold.