The range that I am thinking of is 0°C/32°F to -40°C/F
I lived in a wood floor tent for 2 years in temps as low as -40°C/F . . .
. . . so now 25 years later, I am thinking of some short camps out in the winter.
One of the concerns that I have read here is condensation inside an enclosed hammock.
So If the upper enclosed part was insulated
the ambient temp inside would be higher,
and then there maybe less condensation.
This is what I am thinking:
1. If I was to DIY an enclosed hammock
2. and build the upper area using the CLIMASHIELD HL at 1.5 inch of loft
3. make the hammock with a built in UQ with 4 - 6 inch of loft
. . . .(the top/inner layer of the Q being the bed of the hammock)
4. Make it a single side entry hammock with a built in TQ
. . . .3-5 inch of loft
. . . .sewn in place along the back side,
. . . .along the foot area and part way up the zipper side.
This would be a one season hammock . . .
. . . I kinda like the idea . . .
. . . what do you think . . . ? ? ?