The ENO hammock is a great buy. I have had mine for a few months and use a lot. Its very comfy unless you like to sleep on your stomach.
3 Years of Boggage
I have owned a pair of tall Bogs for three years and they have been my primary winter footwear. First off, these boots are incredibly warm and they excel in wet, slushy, muddy conditions--great for winter and mud season. Compared to other winter boots, they are very easy to put on, thanks to the flexible materials and the handle design. I can tuck just about any pants into the boot since they are stretch, but they are low-profile enough that most pants also fit well when left outside the boot. Because these boots are composed entirely of neoprene and rubber, they are very lacking in the breathability department, which has left me with damp, clammy feet on numerous occasions. Although no moisture gets into these boots, none escapes either! I have found my Bogs somewhat disappointing in terms of durability. Because the outsole is made of a very soft rubber, I have next to no traction left on mine (they worked great the first season I owned them, but not in subsequent winters). While they are great in soft snow, I frequently find myself slipping on packed snow/ice/hardwood floors/linoleum--which has led to several embarrassing spills this winter. I'd hoped these would last a bit longer. Which brings me to my last point: I frequently use these boots with either snowshoes or micro-spikes (essentially mini-crampons), which have left the neoprene uppers of my boots somewhat tattered. Maybe it's just my gait, but the cleats on my snowshoes and my micro-spikes have this habit of snagging on the boot uppers, pulling the fabric off and leaving the rubber exposed. They're not looking too hot these days, and I fear the tears might compromise their water-resistance. I now have to wear gaiters over my boots to prevent further snags--the nylon packcloth of the gaiters holds up much better! Overall, I consider Bogs to be a good purchase but not perfect, due to issues with durability and breathability. If you are the type who suffers from cold feet, these boots are definitely worth a shot: lightweight, comfy winter armor for your feet!
My first hammock was a knock-off ENO, which sufficed for a while, but there is no comparison to the quality and comfort of a genuine Eagle's Nest Outfitter's hammock. They last, they're durable, they're soft, they're lightweight and compact. Be sure to get some slapstraps to accompany your hammock so you can hang it on virtually anything that will support weight.