Originally Posted by abeldanger
Not for you because you don't sleep well on your stomach or because you don't feel like it is really possible to be comfortable and sleep on your stomach?
Good question. I am not typically a stomach sleeper in any situation. When I do lay on my stomach I like my arms bent out to the side along side my head. There is simply not enough room for that in the Ridgerunner or any other hammock in my opinion. I think the only way would be to have your arms straight along side your body. There is no way I could sleep like that. I couldn't even get comfortable, let alone fall asleep. Of course your mileage may vary.
Any true stomach sleepers out there?