Originally Posted by mugs
So if I am understanding things correctly.... short hammocks move the "calf" line to a different position to where it is un-noticeable. Or is it, that a short hammock works better for shorter people. I don't have too much problem with my DB but I am trying to get back down to my UL stage when I was a ground dweller, so I am thinking this may be a good way to start the process.
I am 6.1 and 220#
Thanks for the input
If I had to guess I would say that it is a factor of both the length and the width. The length seems to reduce the calf ridge by reducing the angle of the material from the gather to under your torso thereby moving the ridge. The width reduces the amount of material that can cause the ridge thereby reducing the ridge.
This is just my guess and I could have it backwards, but it seems plausible.