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    MedicineMan's Avatar
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    Getting in and out.
    I set my GrizzBridge low to the ground like I do a gathered end...so that when sitting in the hammock my feet are flat on the ground-think shoe putting on height. When time to get out I put my feet on the ground and start stepping/walking backward until the hammock has risen into the air enough for me to simply step.
    This puts less trauma on the hammock by removing pressure points made using your hands pushing on just one or two areas of the hammock body or by pullling on the edges of the hammock. Just picture yourself on a swingset walking backwards before lifting up your feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood Guy View Post
    Well how is that for a heck of an offer. You rock Grizz!!
    Ditto!!!!!!!!!
    "If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing you should do is STOP DIGGING "

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    If it will fit a 6'2" guy, I'll take it. Sending PM now.

    ~Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyBoy2k View Post
    If it will fit a 6'2" guy, I'll take it. Sending PM now.

    ~Dan
    I am 6 1 and if you watch the video, you will see about 4-6 inches between the ends of the hammock and both my feet/head. While I could not say what kind of lay it would give I suspect a dude 6'8 could probably fit in this sucker.

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    Yeah
    RWG wanted this BIG and LONG so I added 6 more inches in length than I otherwise would for a guy his size. Room for stuff sacks at the foot.
    Grizz
    (alias ProfessorHammock on youtube)

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    This has now been sold.

    I 100% truly hope you enjoy this beloved hammock Dan!

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