I put a soft shackle around mine secure it to the ridgeline and if I ever need the SS, I have one handy. I put those things all around the place. Mine tail is about 8-10 inches and I keep it toward the foot end so it is not near my face.
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5-6 feet of tail and something is very wrong as we just don't use that much line in making them. I could see a couple feet of line if it's on a fairly short hammock. I just knot it up with a couple half hitches to keep the extra out of the way. I don't like to cut them. First off you may decide to go longer after a few trips. Finding comfort is something that takes time...for me getting it dialed in just right can mean more than a few trips. Second there is the possibility of moving the adjustable one to another hammock down the road, playing with it, if that hammock is longer or shorter you will need to find the sweet spot for it....Of course you can always order another for each hammock, thats OK to.
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I have about a foot of play in the end. Keep it inside the channel of the ridge line storage bag.
I'm adjusting the length a lot, depending on the hang height & distance between trees.
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I wasn't aware any of these factors made a difference in ridgeline length? While I do adjust mine until I find a comfortable amount of sag, I would think any changes in length would affect the lay.