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Bottom Entry Bugnet

$57.00

This is the Bottom Entry Bugnet.  Trevor is the inventor and an avid hiker, diy’r and all around good guy.  It is to be used with 10 and 11 foot hammocks.

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This is the Bottom Entry Bugnet.  Trevor is the inventor and an avid hiker, diy’r and all around good guy.  It is to be used with 10 and 11 foot hammocks.  It is one of the easiest ways to get a bugnet on a nettless hammock.  There is shock cord on the bottom and  a cord lock to cinch it to the bottom of the hammock/ underquilt.  They are made from nano-see-um.

Weight: 10 footer = 6.5 ounces / 11 footer =  ounces
Material: .9 Nano No-SeeUm Bugnetting (11ft.) / .67 Nano No-SeeUm Bugnetting (10ft.)

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SKU DUT120

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  1. Bertrand

    5 out of 5

    Bertrand

    Awesome bugnet for an awesome price, even with the oversea shipping

    Awesome bugnet for an awesome price, even with the oversea shipping. I use it on a daily basis, I’ve spent almost every night from the mid-summer to this early autumn in it, at home or on the go, and I’m so pleased with the quality that I’m planning on ordering a double layer Dutch hammock in a near future. I dropped it in an old poncho ripstop pouch bag since it doesn’t come with its own bag.

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  2. Question

    Joseph Campos

    When will the 11 foot bottom entry bug net be available? Any estimate on time?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      It is back in stock.

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  3. Question

    nolasox

    Will the 10 ft. work with an ENO Sub6?

    Does it have it’s own ridge line?

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    • One person found this helpful
      DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      It will depend on the length of your hammock. If you have a 10′ hammock then yes the 10′ bottom entry bugnet will work with your hammock. If you have a 10.5′ hammock then I would suggest getting the 11′ bugnet. It will not come with a ridgeline and normally rests on the hammock ridgeline. If you do not have a ridgeline you will need one to keep the bugnet off of your face if desired.

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  4. Question

    ash35hay

    I have a 10.4 foot hummock and I was wondering which one to get please answer Hayley

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      You should get an 11′ so it will not be short for you.

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  5. Question

    jimmytidmore

    I currently have a 10-foot hammock from another manufacturer but am planning to upgrade to one of your 11-foot netless hammocks at some point (hopefully soon). I would do so now, but I am spending a lot of money on other gear right now and I need to hold off. BUT… I do need a bug net now. I was wondering about the feasibility of going ahead and purchasing the 11-foot bug net and using it in the meantime with my 10-foot hammock. Is there a way I can make that work out ok or will I have problems?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      You will be fine using the 11′ bugnet with your 10′ hammock however it would not work the other way around.

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  6. vtmimib

    5 out of 5

    vtmimib

    love it

    I have used my bugnet over my 10.5′ Dutchware hammock for a full and busy summer and fall season of camping and backpacking in VT and NH, and it has been great. My husband bought it for me as a birthday gift but was slightly skeptical of the drawstring vs our tenacious deer flys. My bugnet was easy to use and adjust while in the hammock. It was easy to get in and out of the hammock, too. It kept the deer flys, black flys, and mosquitos out of my hammock, even though I installed it inside out and left it attached to my hammock all summer long. I like being able to take the bugnet off on the few bugless days, and not carry it for late fall/early spring camping.

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  7. Question

    Admin Yi-JuTsai

    I sleep very diagonally in your 1.6 hexon wide netless hanmock. Would like to know if this bugnet will be wide enough to accommodate an wide body hammock with UQ attached? Thx!

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    • admin

      Yes the Bottom Entry Bugnet will work for you in this hammock.

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  8. Dan

    5 out of 5

    Dan (verified owner)

    Simple but great

    I paired this with the 11′ netless hexon 1.0 for a very lightweight year round setup and am very happy. I thought bugs might come in the bottom but it’s kept them all out over 8 nights in spring/summer. Getting in and out is easier than i thought as well and with this style, there are no zippers to add weight or break over time. Great simple product!

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  9. curt

    5 out of 5

    curt

    received my fronkey last week, super fast shipping.

    received my fronkey last week, super fast shipping, i ordered the 11 ft. and it fit my 11 ft. dutch hexon 1.6 like a glove.
    really happy with the way the fronkey fits the hammock, and the easy in and out of the bottom opening.

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  10. Daniel

    5 out of 5

    Daniel (verified owner)

    Awesome bugnet

    Honestly, my only complaint about this bugnet is that it’s packed size is bigger than I was expecting. It actually comes in under the listed weight. I ordered the 11ft version and it weight 5.93oz on my scale at home. I like the cord locks on the ends and bottom. There’s nothing not to like about this thing. Great product!

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  11. WalksIn2Trees

    5 out of 5

    WalksIn2Trees (verified owner)

    Works like a dream!

    My old DIY bottom entry was holed in a few places and I’d been wanting to see how these compared for a while: first, the 11ft works fine with my ENO Double-Nest used in combination with a full size gear hammock. It has an elastic entry which seals up tight to the under-slung gear hammock, and the netting itself is also very elastic, so it stays wrinkle free and out of my face, no matter how I lay in the hammock. It took me about 5 minutes to add it to my already hanging hammock, one end at a time through the suspension openings and I just hooked the ends one or two loops higher than the hammocks on the daisy chain straps. Exits are a bit more complicated than my DIY setup was, because I didn’t have a shock corded entry, but this is by no means difficult, and it’s lighter weight and less bulky in the pack..

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  12. Bruce

    5 out of 5

    Bruce (verified owner)

    Bottom Entry Bugnet

    After a overnighter in a hammock, using a army surplus mosquito net jury rigged on(which did keep bugs out) I decided to get a net already to just slip on. I ordered it 5/31/17 and received it today 6/3/17. That’s what I call speedy service. Thanks Dutch.
    Bruce (Zappa870)

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  13. Jason

    5 out of 5

    Jason (verified owner)

    no more bugs

    Nice bottom entry bug net! I wanted to DIY but the season slipped up on me. Dutch makes high quality hammock gear! You can’t go wrong with any item sold on this site. Thanks for keeping me hanging comfy!

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  14. Bryan

    5 out of 5

    Bryan (verified owner)

    Keeps the Bugs Out!

    As always Dutch has excellent shipping speeds and high quality products. I have used this bug net on multiple outings with my netless hexon hammock and have been extremely happy with it.

    It is very easy to get in and out of. I am able to stand inside the net and get all my sleep gear sorted out. The stitching is high quality and the netting is superb. So far no bugs inside this netting. Only some on the outside trying to get in!

    I highly recommend this bug net.

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  15. NotFronkey

    5 out of 5

    NotFronkey

    Recently I picked one of these up and I am beyond impressed with the quality and the fact that this came in a a little bit lighter than the stated weight! Thanks Dutch (and Fronkey)

    Recently I picked one of these up and I am beyond impressed with the quality and the fact that this came in a a little bit lighter than the stated weight! Thanks Dutch (and Fronkey)

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  16. Zach

    5 out of 5

    Zach

    Just got my bug net, to go with my 11ft 2.4 hexon hammock.Excellent product, well made works exactly as it should keeps little buggerz out,

    Just got my bug net, to go with my 11ft 2.4 hexon hammock.Excellent product, well made works exactly as it should keeps little buggerz out,

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  17. Brian Fullerton

    5 out of 5

    Brian Fullerton

    I got Dutchware net-less hammock with fixed ridge line so i could easily adjust my under quilt while laying in the hammock.

    I got Dutchware net-less hammock with fixed ridge line so i could easily adjust my under quilt while laying in the hammock. The Fronkey net takes the net-less hammock into bug season with the same ability to easily adjust your quilt. The full net lets me kick a leg out of my quilt if I get too warm, so it seems worth the extra ounces and cost over a half net hammock. The bug net and my single layer hammock just fit into the hammock stuff sack so it sets up and packs up easily.

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  18. Richard Kuehner

    5 out of 5

    Richard Kuehner

    I purchased the Fronkey bugnet for my 11 foot dual layer hammock.

    I purchased the Fronkey bugnet for my 11 foot dual layer hammock. It definitely works keeping me protected from the determined biting devils. The cinched ends close up perfectly around the hammock, and the mitten hooks attach to the continuous loop to keep the net in place. I looked at other bug nets from cottage craftsmen and commercial brands. I liked this being a zipperless design, with bottom entry/shock cord cinch. When I’m in the hammock I can cinch it closed and rest comfortably in an insect free environment. I’ve had bad luck with zippers on equipment in the past, so this is a good simple design that won’t get snagged or have failed zippers. Constructed with quality materials and craftsmanship typical of what I’ve experienced with Dutchware products so far. Keep up the good work!

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  19. Heath Shuffield

    5 out of 5

    Heath Shuffield

    Just got to use my bug net for the first time and it worked flawlessly.

    Just got to use my bug net for the first time and it worked flawlessly. The ease to get in and out makes it the best in my opinion.It was also easy to pull to foot end of hammock when I didn’t want it on. Great purchase!

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  20. Sarah Gorton

    Sarah Gorton

    Currently doing fieldwork in Georgia, and our field housing has bugs abound.

    Currently doing fieldwork in Georgia, and our field housing has bugs abound. I wouldn’t be able to sleep in fear that a bug would crawl onto me. I’ve slept outside in my hammock (Grand Trunk) for about a week now, and it’s been a delight with this bug net. If I’m not sleeping in it, I’m sitting in it reading. The air flows perfectly through it, and it’s great quality. I can climb in and out easily, and the cinches keep the bugs out. Thank you so much for saving me from a month of restless nights!

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    Admin Alex Thomas (verified owner)

    Test -Alex

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