Originally Posted by Peter_pan
Michele's comment to put the clothing bag or something else soft under the knees to reverse the lock caused by the rise of the hammock end is the current best option..... if she can get alittle more asym that will help, but as the hammock is narrow and as one gets taller there is a limit to the Asm "flatness" that can be achieved....Best solution for this issue is the Bridge hammock as it is a true lay flat design...It also reduces any trunk torque that the asym lay may contribute because it is used in alignment with the suspension....
Remember on the bridge hammock subject I'm biased.
Pan can you give us an ETA on your Bear Mountain bridge hammock?
Curious minds want to know....thanks.....