Originally Posted by Shug
I have a single 1.7 BB and get calf pressure from time to time with my feet in the footbox side. I tend to go with my feet the other way ..... feet left, head right in my BB.
No pressure at all that way.
Being handmade I think that they are all a wee bit different ..... just an un-educated theory.
Shug of the Yang not the Ying
OK, so here is one(Shug) reporting in with some calf pressure even with SL(but 1.7). But several others with various weights, SL, no pressure. Hmmmm.
Shug, I have never figured out how you make that "head to the right, feet to the left" thing work. I have tried that a few times and it just doesn't feel right. Glad it works for you though. Mine is a dbl layer 1.7. I decided I would go with the heaviest one, because I don't want my pack to get to light.
Originally Posted by koaloha05
The 1.1sl WB Traveler & BugNet arrived last week. My impression is the Traveler has no or less calf pressure relative to the WBBB at a given diagonal lay. Calf pressure on WBBB disappears if at a significant diagonal lay. Not sure if tall people would be able lay at that angle. Need to do a side by side comparison to check out the calf pressure feeling. Wondering if the lack of an integrated bug net is the cause of the perceived difference. Could be an incorrect impression.
Is your WBBB single layer also.