Over the last few days I have read post talking about different lengths of hammocks. One talked about not being comfortable so he made a longer DIY hammock and still wasn't comfortable so he made a short one and didnt like it. Seemed like, from replies, that hammock length does have something to do with comfort.
Based off this and not finding an answer to my question during a search I would like to ask the following.
1.I currently have a ENO doublenest which I used to "Test the water" before spending more money on an expensive hammock to find I didnt like it. The doublenest is 6' wide and 9' 10'' long. I looked at the spec on the claytor and its 4'wide and 9'9'' long. The lengths are about the same so my question here is how will the two feet lost in width affect me if at all?
My dream hammock is the clark NX-200 which is 4'wide and 9' 1'' long. My second question is what/if any change in comfort will losing 9'' have (I'm 6'3'')?
I know the websites say you can fit a 7 foot person blah blah blah but I'm turning to the real experts... you all.
I like my ENO but want a hammock with more features for camping. I would like to know if there is anything I should look for while laying in my ENO that might be a sign NOT to get a shorter/skinnier hammock. Thanks