Bottom Entry Bug Net

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Our contoured bottom entry bug net offers quick and easy access to your hammock without the weight of a zipper! Both ends of this bug net attach to your suspension with mitten hooks to secure it in place, and tightly cinch shut to keep the bugs at bay. It is compatible for use with most industry standard gathered end hammocks up to 11' in length. This product must be used with a ridgeline installed on your hammock before application to prevent damage to the bug net.

 

Designed by Hammock Gear - Manufactured Overseas

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Measures 120" long x 50" Deep

Weight = 6.5 oz including stuff sack

 

Entirely made of nylon mesh

The hammock and ridgeline pictured here are not included.

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  • 5
    Perfect version of the Fronkey

    Posted by M. B. Bushcraft on 25th Oct 2019

    Better than expected fit around hammock and a much lighter solution that other bug nets. Great Hammock Gear quality as usual.

  • 5
    Bug Net

    Posted by Richard on 26th Aug 2019

    The bottom entry bug net works very well ;in my opinion. As with all things, take care of your gear, and it will take care of you. I don't like camping gear with zippers, which is why I chose this, as opposed to a hammock with an incorporated bug net. It's more set up work, but for me the trade off is worth it. Zippers are just something that can go wrong...they snag,and the zipper pulls can snap off. Not something you want to happen to you out on the trail. Hats the same reason I use top quilts/bottom quilts - No zippers. Once installed over your ridge line/hammock, you enter from the bottom and it snugs up underneath; the hammock sealing out bugs. It's an extra piece to carry, and extra set up but like I said I'll gladly do that to get away from potential zipper ;issues. This is a well made durable product that I recommend. Stop ground dwelling in tents and get better sleep in a hammock with a bug net :)

  • 5
    Fantastic

    Posted by Andy on 16th Jun 2019

    Just got back from a trip to the Allegheny National Forest and used this bugnet with my standard Hammock Gear hammock. It was an awesome combo, and both performed perfectly. Very good quality, and great design with plenty of head space. It seals up nice and tight when set up correctly and getting in and out isn't difficult at all. Great add on if you purchased just a standard Hammock when the built in bug net hammocks weren't available.

  • 5
    Great way to upgrade a non-enclosed hammock

    Posted by Angelfire on 1st Dec 2018

    This bug net is The Bomb! I have a non-enclosed hammock that needed a bug net. I bought this bug net, not knowing if it would be good or not. It's great because you leave it partially open on the bottom (which makes entry/exit easy) and when you get in, it snugs up around the hammock and draws the underquilt up snug to the bottom of the hammock. You can eliminate underquilt sag (read: cold air space under you) with the bug net! You can control how closely the underquilt hugs the underside of the hammock by adjusting the opening in the bug net. The seam on the top of the bug net acts like a ridgeline and keeps the net off your face, as you can see in the photo on the website. I am very pleased with this bug net!