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Enter for a Chance to Win a FREE ENO SubLink Hammock Shelter System

ENO Sublink 7 Hammock System
ENO Sublink Hammock System

The ENO SubLink Hammock Shelter System includes a hammock, bug netting, a tarp, tent stakes, and suspension system – basically everything you need to get started for backpacking or camping with a hammock. Weighing less than three pounds combined, the SubLink Shelter System includes ENO’s lightest weight hammock products and is ideal for hikers who are focused on slashing their gear weight, while retaining the flexibility and convenience of hammock camping. The entire shelter system fits into a small stuff sack, making it ideal for the smaller volume backpacks carried by ultralight backpackers. For a more detailed breakdown, see my ENO SubLink Hammock Shelter System Review.

Deadline to Enter

The deadline to enter this raffle is Monday, July 17, 2017, at midnight PST.

  • All raffle entrants will have one chance to win.
  • The winner will be selected randomly from all valid entries and notified by email. Failure to respond to email in 3 days will result in prize forfeiture.
  • The winner will be listed on our Raffle Winners page.
  • Please keep everything rated G.
  • The prize winner may live anywhere.
  • If you have any questions, leave a comment.

To Enter

To enter this random raffle for a chance to win a free ENO SubLink Hammock Shelter System, answer the following three questions in a comment below:

  1. Do you bring separate camp shoes on backpacking trips?
  2. If you answered Yes to #1, what is the manufacturer and model of the camp shoes you use most frequently on backpacking trips. If you don’t include the manufacturer and model your entry won’t count. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you).
  3. If you answered No to #1, why don’t you bring camp shoes?

Incomplete or unintelligible answers will be disqualified. Brevity is appreciated.

Example Responses

Example 1:

  1. No
  2. NA (Not Applicable)
  3. I don’t want to carry the extra weight. I wear mesh trail runners and they dry pretty fast. I don’t need extra camp shoes.

Example 2:

  1. Yes
  2. Crocs Swiftwater Sandals (light and inexpensive)
  3. NA

Example 3:

  1. Yes
  2. Xero Z-Trek Sandals
  3. NA

Please answer the three questions in a comment below to enter

  1. Do you bring separate camp shoes on backpacking trips?
  2. If you answered Yes to #1, what is the manufacturer and model of the camp shoes you use most frequently on backpacking trips. If you don’t include the manufacturer and model your entry won’t count. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you).
  3. If you answered No to #1, why don’t you bring camp shoes?

Incomplete or unintelligible answers will be disqualified. Brevity is appreciated.

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432 comments

  1. 1. Yes.
    2. Hounds ultra lite. Inexpensive and light.
    3, NA

  2. 1. No
    2. N/A
    3. Weight and.lack of a good alternative.

  3. Timothy R Budash

    1. Yes
    2. Croc knock offs bought them in a grocery store
    3. Light weight and cheap but they are durable

  4. 1. Yes
    2. LL Bean water shoes
    3. N/A

  5. YES!
    crocks…I don’t know the model :( just slipons

  6. 1. yes
    2.mesh water shoes-no brand nam
    3. cheap, comfortable. light weight.

  7. 1). Yes, all activities, everywhere.
    2). Wal-Mart, similar to Crocs; made in China

  8. 1. Nope
    2. N/A
    3. Don’t want extra weight or space taking :)

  9. Dianna McMenamin

    1. Yes
    2. Vivobarefoot
    3. N/A

  10. 1. No
    2. N/A
    3. Keep The weight down on my pack

  11. 1. Yes
    2. Crocs. The original model. Only one they had when they started.
    3. N/A

  12. 1.Yes
    2.Crocs Unisex Classic Clogs (one size bigger than my shoes, found works best if I ever get blisters or friction agitation anywhere)
    3.N/A

  13. 1. No
    2. N/A
    3. Haven’t felt the need to pack a pair just yet, but looked at Lem’s Primal 2 and similar types.

  14. James Cunningham

    1. Yes
    2. Xero- Z-Trail
    3. N/a

  15. 1 – yes
    2 – Merrill all out blaze unify
    3- NA

  16. 1. Nope
    2. N/A
    3. Don’t want extra weight

  17. 1. Yes
    2. Vivo Barefoot
    3. N/A

  18. 1. Yes
    2. Walmart women’s water sock
    3. N/A

  19. 1. No
    2. NA
    3. I haven’t found a light camp shoe that comes in size 15 yet

  20. 1. No
    2. N/A
    3. Weight and space

  21. 1. Nope.
    2. N/A
    3. Redundant gear. I wear mesh trail runners that dry fairly quick.

  22. 1. Yes
    2. Doggers Men’s Ultralite size 12/13 (knockoff Crocs, but lighter, which is why I like them more!)
    3. NA

  23. 1. Yes
    2. Old Navy classic flip-flops
    3. N/A

  24. 1. Yes
    2. Old Navy Flip Flops
    3. N/A

  25. 1. Yes
    2. Dollar store flip flops
    3. N/A

  26. 1. yes
    2. cheap flip flops
    3. N/A

  27. 1. Yes
    2. Ocean State Job Lot flip flops
    3. N/A