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    I am going to get mine out today and lay in it some more. Just have not had enough time to really mess with it.
    I am more of a gathered end guy but sometimes like a Bridge Trip.
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    Mustardman, I can actually put my hands behind my head and relax my elbows back in my Chrysalis. It is very nice, but it is narrow and I can't hike my leg up on the side. The middle is very narrow. I am hoping to check the WBRR out at a group hang sometime, and then I will make my decision on whether I want one or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    Mustardman, I can actually put my hands behind my head and relax my elbows back in my Chrysalis. It is very nice, but it is narrow and I can't hike my leg up on the side. The middle is very narrow. I am hoping to check the WBRR out at a group hang sometime, and then I will make my decision on whether I want one or not.

    Thank you all for all your wonderful comments and thoughts.
    As soon as you lay in one, you will want one

    I understand what you mean about wanting to put your leg up. I used to sleep this way years ago but for some reason not anymore. I curl my legs up just a bit when I'm on my side and the Ridgerunner works perfect for that.

    Hope you get a chance to try one soon

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    Yukon, I have changed my sleeping habits too. I used to sleep on my stomach all the time as a kid, but then I stopped. Now, I am back to sleeping on my stomach (only in a bed though). I didn't notice how much I liked to hike my leg up the side of the gathered end hammock until I slept in a bridge and couldn't do it. I sleep okay in a bridge, but I really missed being able to hike my leg up. Crazy!!!
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    I think you are still missing the core part of my statement - you CAN hike your leg up in the ridgerunner.

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    Oh, okay, thank you. I want to still try one before I decide to buy.
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    we've got no-net RidgeRunners (on sale) as well as multicam Ridgerunners on the site as of today

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    Warbonnetguy, your trying to turn my self-control into self-indulgence.
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    perhaps

    would like to point out though that we do have a return policy... if you don't like it, you'd just be out the shipping charge

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