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    That sounds like a good plan. Be aware that...

    That sounds like a good plan.

    Be aware that highly breathable water resistant materials like what are commonly used in windshirts and ultralight bivys( I forget the brand names), do repel most...
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    Sock

    In all case I leave the opening between the center and head of the inverted "U" zipper. Having near my face to allow more breath to exit. This is near the top, near the ridge line.

    I really like...
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    I sort of consider the tarp and sock combination...

    I sort of consider the tarp and sock combination to be like a double wall winter tent.

    The tarp is like the outer wall and the sock the inner wall.

    If the inner wall on a double wall tent isn't...
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    I have only taken my sock down a little below...

    I have only taken my sock down a little below freezing on three trips and they were all in relatively damp conditions. Once with fog in the morning. All near the Atlantic coast.

    Condensation was...
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    A sock would probably be a relatively easy...

    A sock would probably be a relatively easy project. I do recommend the Warbonnet style half moon zipper. it really makes sense now that I've used it a few times.

    It allows the face opening as I...
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    Regarding the Warbonnet sock, It is designed...

    Regarding the Warbonnet sock,
    It is designed with a half moon two sided zipper that can be zipped open directly above you head.

    I find this has worked for me, but I haven't taken mine to that...
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