That sounds like a good idea. I will have to try it when the weather gets cold.
One issue with this would be if there is snow on the ground. Or worse, ice.
Lacking real hammock experience, I have to ask this question: Using my Clark (or any hammock) and being surprised with lower temps than expected. What’s the deal if I’m in my zero° bag with no leaves or pine needles in my zip bags due to snow & ice (thanks hacktorious )? Having my bags loft compressed below me, am I merely uncomfortably cold or am I in real danger due to the cold? Let’s say it dipped to 25°. What do you experienced guys think?