3856Re: [Hammock Camping] Not a banana (starting out)
- Dec 1, 2003Most hammocks have a sweet spot, the position that gets you
flattest. Some more than others. A Crazy Crib probably dont have
much of one while a HH A-sym pretty much picks it for you.
--- In email@example.com, "Chris Aguilera"
> Is the Speer the only hammock with the "sweet pocket" for thefeet? I'm getting a hammock for Christmas and I'm having a hard
time deciding which one to go with.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick <ra1@i...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Sunday, November 30, 2003 2:45 AMup
> Subject: Re: [Hammock Camping] Not a banana (starting out)
> polecatpop wrote:
> >When I try sleeping in a standard backyard hammock I always end
> >in the banana position,diagonally.
> >Hennesay seems to have solved the problem by sleeping
> >How do the other manufacturers handle the problem of creating athe
> >reasonably level sleeping surface.
> Same way. The Speer and all of my variants of it sleep across
> diagonal to be reasonably flat. When I first started sleepingon my
> side, one of my knees hurt a little. Crossing my feet removedthat pain.
> When I look at photos of us in these hammocks, they look like we
> bananas. However, the experience laying/sleeping across thediagonal is
> that it feels flat. There is a nice sweet pocket for the feetoff to
> either side of the middle in the Speer hammock. Finding thisfoot
> pocket is the secret to sleeping on the diagonal.Service.
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