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    Senior Member ibgary's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gustavus View Post
    I am 5'11" at 200 pounds and am a side sleeper. I have slept great in my lite owl and 10' dream hammock danger bird. Gathered end hammocks seem to work well for side sleeping for me, even on the side fetal position.
    1+ I like my Danger Bird best.uploadfromtaptalk1409181332700.jpg

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    Wow, I don't know how I missed this thread, getting old I guess?

    aclawrence, I find my NO to be more comfortable for side sleeping. I think the Slightly heavier 1.5 material is more substantial feeling and helps me feel "flatter" when I side sleep. My LO is comfortable side sleeper also, so maybe I'm splitting hairs but I just prefer the feel of the 1.5 NO.
    To me the NO is a little more comfortable when lounging around.
    If a few extra grams aren't an issue I would recommend the Night Owl.

    Above all, Get out there with your Dad and make some great memories!

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    Senior Member Wilson's Avatar
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    I'm a side sleeper and love my Lite Owl. It's super comfortable sleeping in any position. Can't sleep laying on my back too long...I'll wake myself up snoring!
    Don't worry Wilson, I'll do all the paddling. You just hang on! ~Chuck Noland

    Now you done gone and got yourself a hammock, and you done opened that can of worms ~Shug

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    Hey guys thanks for all the responses. Bob, I'm grateful to my Dad for all the outdoor memories I have with him and I'm looking forward to getting him into a new hobby. We used to have our own hunting club but eventually let it go and he has kind of lost the fever for hunting. This will give us a chance to reconnect outdoors.

    It looks like it's a toss up between the two owls. Does anyone else have an opinion as far as the lay of the two owls comparatively? I've had nothing but good experiences with Wilderness Logics so far so I'm happy to send more business their way.
    Thanks,
    Andrew

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