My wife bought if for me it's the Lawson BRCH Hammock .I took it out for an over niter. I used the Nite Ize figure 9's to hang it which i didn't really like so as soon as i got home i ordered the woopy sling. I have not tried it yet but the set up seems stupid easy..
So on to my night out in the woods:
sleep was a little elusive as i woke up every couple of hours, with that being said : i usually do when i go camping even while sleeping in a tent.
my biggest problem was where my feet were there didn't seem to be any "give" . I'm guessing it was because my center of gravity was in the middle of the hammock where my butt was, it caused the hammock to become taught at my head and feet therefore making to much pressure on my heels.. im not sure if i didn't have the hammock tight enough or if it was to loose. i know it sounds weird i guess. has anyone else experienced this?
Also i have noticed in videos that people seem to sleep at an angle by this i mean: feet at one side of the hammock and your head at the opposite end being to the other side would this help and why do people sleep at this angle.
I hope i was clear..