Eno hammocks are extremely portable and give you the ability to hang from almost anywhere. So chances are, you're going to try and hang from almost anywhere.
Billboard painters like to hang too.
By partnering with outdoor enthusiasts, climbers, athletes, or anyone doing this kind of craziness. Eno can give its followers even more ideas for where they can hang. The two-finger distance measurement serves as a fun "what if" symbol of whether a hammock can hang in a space or not.
Eno Instagram story takeovers may be as adventurous as hanging above a waterfall or as approachable as a stop sign on Park Avenue in Richmond, Virginia. To each their own between, y'know.
ENO SEEKS APP
The Eno Seeks app shows crowd-sourced places to hang near you. Not interested in going to a place someone else already has? Take advantage of the app's augmented reality feature that analyzes depth and distance, to find your next great between.
Open the app and check out possible hang locations around you.
Once you’ve zeroed in on a choice, the app serves up gps coordinates as well as descriptors from the person who tagged the hang.
Hold your phone up to the hang you’re interested in, and the app uses augmented reality to analyze depth and distance to let you know if a hang is possible.
Once you’ve made your choice, you can choose to mark the hang for future Eno Seeks app users, or just hop in your hammock and keep it all to yourself.
Eno Hammocks show up at a lot of outdoor music festivals, brah. These festivals often have colorful sculptures that people take photos with, hallucinate near, etc.
So why not make a sculpture that people could hang on to while they kick back and enjoy the show?
A hammock-shaped carabiner makes for even easier tote-ability as well as another measurement tool for your next hang.
Get in a store hammock with a VR-headset to check out some places you've never hung before.
An eno fits just right in Zach Galifinakis' series, Between Two Ferns.
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