I was wondering if a loft heat trapping type of insulation like a down coat, clothes etc would do any good below a CCF pad? In my case 4" or so of loft diy air mattress made from crumpled survival blankets something like this, but shaped for a hammock with a tie off at the feet to trap air.
I'm not sure how much heat would penetrate through the CCF pad to heat the dead airspace below?
Maybe I would have to toss a few hand warmers in the loft insulation section to artificially heat from below the pad?
Would having the pad below the loft insulation be better?
Right now my usual set up is with an undercover attached to my double bottom hammock. Pad goes between layers, loft insulation goes between undercover and bottom layer.
New to the CCF pad thing and doing overnights in temperatures at around 3-8 degrees Celcius.
Any experienced input would be great thanks.