I feel stress in my knee joints lying in your Treeboat Hammock. Why not build a cushion into it, to support the backs of the knees?
We’ve always understood the need for a “knee lift” for best comfort in any hammock, including our Treeboat. So far, the best remedies for this come from the resourcefulness of the individual users. We use a backpack, or a rolled-up jacket, or a large pillow, depending on what we’ve got handy. If you are high in a tree, you can pull up your rope, stuff it in a bag, and use that as a knee-lift. We like the idea of an inflatable pillow, perhaps with ties to secure it to the Treeboat in a variety of locations. There are many individual preferences, so it would be tough to arrive at a single built-in solution that would be right for everybody. So far, it seems best to keep the design of the Treeboat simple, versatile, and affordable.
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