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Zipperless Bottom-Entry Hammock Bugnet Kit

$3.48 /kit

  • This kit contains all the items required to make a Zipperless Bottom-Entry Hammock Bugnet. Take out the guesswork and get exactly what you need with no wasted materials. Kit includes:

    Bugnet Material (*choose above)
    7 yds Noseeum Mesh

    Components (*prepackaged)
    (4) cordlocks 
    (15') 3/32" shock cord

    We've prepackaged the components you'll need, so all you do is select your noseeum mesh fabric above. Choose from all our in-stock noseeum mesh materials (*patterns coming soon).

    The included fabric and components will allow you to make a bugnet that fits up to an 11 foot long hammock. We've also included the extra components (shock cord/cordlock) you'll need to make a stuff sack out of the scrap noseeum. 

    * Note - On cart page, kit and fabric will be shown separately, but total price will remain the same. This is done to manage fabric inventory. Please note that all kits are sold as a unit . We cannot sell components or any portion of the kit separately. You may purchase more than one kit, but multiple kits must be added to cart individually. 

  • Product Details
    Estimated Finished Weight (0.9 Nanoseeum) 6-9 ounces
  • If you're looking for some instruction, check out this classic DIY video by Fronkey Outdoors on making a hammock bugnet. The build process detailed in this vid is the same as needed for the bottom-entry bugnet kit.

Customer Reviews

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M
M.C.
Shoo fly

It is a bug net...easy to sew...ordered 2 more for friends!!!!

C
C.H.
Bug net for mtn 1.7xl

I was a little worried there wouldn't be a net for my very wide hammock but there were no problems!

C
C.S.
bottom entry bugnet

Order was prompt and included everything I needed. I used a mix of two different instructional videos from Youtube and now have a fantastic addition to my kit.

T
T.S.S.
Excellent kit

The kit has just the number of pieces I needed and with a little research and careful planning, I was able to put together a successful bug net.
As others have said, the instruction video isn't the greatest. I wish I had taken time to record my efforts to contribute.
I used paper models try visualize a couple of options I was considering before cutting and that helped tremendously.
Overall, I'm very pleased with the end result and I have a bug net that is good quality for a good price. (I can only complain to myself about the assembly).

T
T.
Write some instructions

Seriously RSBTR why can't you write some instructions rather than relying on youtube to do it for you. Speaks volumes about what type of company you are, pretty common complaint on all your DIY is the instructions are bad, that is because you have not taken the time to write some specific to each DIY kit.

Hi Travis. Thanks so much for the feedback and kick in the rear end. Things have been extremely busy for us as we continue to grow, but that's no excuse for dropping the ball here. The YouTube vids that we do post as instructions are made by trusted and very capable DIY folks that we know personally, so many of them are valuable resources, but you're right in saying that we need our own instructions for each kit! This is something that's been on our list for some time, but it's time it went to the top. For your case specifically, a team member will reach out to make sure you're taken care of. Thanks again :)
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