Originally Posted by motas
Ok so im still new to this and this may be a dum question but why would a waterproof hammock get condensation when a swag or tent does not? How i see my idea it is more a hanging swag than a sealed hammock.
Have never used a swag, but have used a t**t
. (1 of those 4 letter words that shall not be spoken on here
) Most have a way of venting the condensation. Last weekend I was on a campout with the Scouts. I had my Guide Gear 12'x12' tarp. I had it closed up tight. We didn't have rain, but if we did, it wasn't getting in and neither was the wind. In the morning, the inside of the tarp was soaked from condensation. The next trip, I don't think I will close the tarp up as tight, a little venting, hopefully would allow the moisture to escape.
With a waterproof hammock and the confined space, I would think that the moisture would be worst and may even soak your insulation. But HYOH and let us know how it works.