I've been looking at the Switchback Hammocks made by Tree to Tree and looking up reviews at Hammockforums.net.
I was wondering if anyone here at BPL has tried out and compared the Classic model (a double layer, 1.1) v. the lighter version (single layer, 1.9) and whether they noticed more stretch or give when they got in the single layer model. I really like the looks of these hammocks and am having a difficult time deciding which version to get. I hope to get an underquilt system going, but think it might be nice to have a double layer for versatility, i.e. use of a pad--but the double layer is 7 oz heavier than the single layer.
If you're a SB Light Hiker fan, I've been looking at those, too; but the single layer weighs about the same and is 8 inches longer, which I think may be more comfortable--I'm 6'1" and move around a lot in my sleep from side to side. I'm under the impression that the Light Hiker is comfy for guys my size, but probably not when moving around a lot. Perhaps I'm wrong about that.
Anyone have one of these hammocks that can give me some pros/cons about them or "Gee, I wish I had gone with a different hammock" input?
Any help is appreciated.