Another approach is the double bottomed hammock some of us are
experimenting with. With a layer of cloth against the skin, the
sweat is absorbed by the cloth and has more of a chance to evaporate.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, amy <askowronek@m...> wrote:
> I was thinking about all the sweat/water that ends up in the dimples
> of my Z-rest under me in my Hennessey. The bottom of the hammock
> isn't waterproof. If I put some holes in the dimples, the water
> and should evaporate off the bottom of the hammock.
> Sound reasonable? Or would holes large enough to do that allow
> enough air movement to make the pad useless?