My initial thoughts lie in line with what Hangnout has mentioned above. Dynaglide especially has minimal give as it is pre stretched. Though if the burys were not milked very tight and/or if the hang angle was not just so, and/or the hammock gave some stretch that would help to lower the hammock. One night during the ID hang I had mine set up on trees that were at least 20 feet appart, short of trying to force the strap way up the tree I made due pulling my suspension pretty tight. That took me well off the 30 degree hang, by morning I was hovering just inches off the ground. It was all in the sag drop from being off angle, the dynaglide just dose not give even when wet.
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