So i had my first hang on the weekend and it was awesome except for one issue. i woke up at 5 to pee and noticed that i had some dampness under my legs. im not a big sweater in my sleep but when i reached in between the layers the pad was actually wet. it was only a little damp under my back but it was definetly wet under my legs. i was using quarter inch landau foam in my bb 1.7 dl that brandon had recomended and was really pleased at its warmth. i will shortly be getting an underquilt(as soon as i can hide the money from the wife) but would like to be able if possible to make the pad work for a little while. i was using a 20 degree down bag as a quilt and was sleeping in a tshirt and sweatpants. the pad was cut in one piece with cuts at the middle and was comfortable. warmth wise felt that i would have been comfortable down another 10-12 degrees. the temp was a low of 53 with 95 percent humidity and drizzle. i was perfectly dry under my backwoods daydreamer four seasons tarp. my questions are:
if i cut holes in the pad will that help with the condensation but cut down on the warmth?
if i use separate pieces of pad for my back and legs will that help?
if i sleep with another layer under me(like using the sleeping bag as a bag) will that help?
was the condensation just because of the really high humidity or do you think i can always expect it?
Thanks for your input in advance!
(as a side note ive got to mention that it was probably the best night of sleep that i have had in the last 5 years period)