How much colder can I sleep by adding a UQ?
I did a few searches, but my questions is kind of specific so I wasn't turning up the answers I was seeking. Plus, posting a thread is more fun anyways... ;)
It seems like not too many of the "die-hard" hammock campers are a fan of the Clark Jungle Hammocks for some reason, but I really love mine. At any rate, this isn't a Clark vs. whatever thread, so I'll leave it at that.
I have slept in my Clark down to freezing, but I'd like to go colder. I slept at freezing with my 15 degree marmot bag and a thermarest sleeping pad. I slept at 38 degrees F with just my bag and no pad comfortably. I was reviewing a KAQ underquilt, and the temp rating is 30 degrees.
My question is... if I slept at 32 F with my 15 degree bag and a thermarest pad, if I leave the pad at home and supplement a KAQ new river UQ, how cold should I be able to comfrotably sleep? The nights here in Wisconsin lately have been close to zero for a low, but many nights have been in the teens and 20's lately.
Thanks for your help!