ok take your mind out of the gutter
Sorry I haven't been around much.
I do sleep in a hammock whenever I'm home. I haven't had a bed in my room for over a year now......
I've always like the collective spirit of HF to come up with great solutions and possibilities.
So i wanted to toss one out and see what precipitates.
In my bridge I'm a side sleeper.
I know many hangers are the same as me and want something between there knees. I did a search but all I found were the typical solutions of using a stuff sack or a piece of clothing, or a small pillow.
I like something between my feet and my knees so they aren't rubbing. I like to use a blanket or something similar because it has less chance of moving out of place.
This made me wonder if anyone has ever integrated insulation into a bag or quilt that goes between the legs?
Say you have a down top quilt. What I'm envisioning is a basically a strip down the middle of the bag a from the foot end up a few feet.
So when you use the quilt, that strip goes between your legs.
If you sleep on your side, it acts as the cushion aforementioned.
I also thing it would have some thermal benefits because that's a large volume of dead air space that could be warmed more efficiently.
Anyway, just thought I'd throw that out there. If Brandon wants to make a black mamba with one I'd beta test it for him lol!