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  1. #21
    Acer's Avatar
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    Paddless,,,don't have one,,don't want one.

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    Senior Member southmark's Avatar
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    I carry a Gossamer Gear Nite Lite pad as my back support in my Murmur and Gorilla Packs. Normally I use it as a sit pad but twice it came in handy in my hammock when temps dropped lower than the UQ I was carrying at the time could handle. Never have had to go to ground thank God.

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    No CCF pad, just a sit pad made of reflectix.
    Last edited by FireInMyBones; 10-27-2011 at 20:48.
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    CCF pad IN the pack (ULA Ohm) for support, does double duty as a sit pad in camp.
    I'm NOT going to ground, so don't need it.
    When you have a backpack on, no matter where you are, you’re home.
    PAIN is INEVITABLE. MISERY is OPTIONAL.

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    Couldn't live without my sit pad. Its gossamer gear 1/8" ccf cut 20" x 20". I fold it up and sit on it, use it as a backpack pad for my murmur, foot pad (but I hate using foot pads so I avoid it), and like last trip, I got the smallest chill on my lower back so I threw it under me.

    I also have the other part of the pad, 20" x 40" that ill take when I expect to be sitting on my butt a whole lot.

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    pad is part of my gg pack frame - 3/4" torso - so its weight is integrated

    footpad for a partial uq
    "oh sh*%" pad for going to ground
    sit seat around camp
    in the hmmk in case of CBS
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    DOWNTOWN BROWN!!!!

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    I just bring a cut off section of a Walmart blue pad as a sit pad.

    It can be a real life saver under your butt in the hammock when you have cold butt syndrome.
    Knotty
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    All my hiking is in New England, so I have no lack of trees, therefore no concern whatsoever about having to go to ground. I do carry a foot-pad made of Reflectix, and it doubles as a sit-pad during the day. If I'm ever fortunate enough to fit an AT thru-hike into my life, I think I will then carry a 3/4 CCF pad.
    "Every minute outside ... is a good minute!" -> Calvin & Hobbes, 8/1/1993

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    Never, never, never. If I can't hang, I keep walkin'.
    "Pips"
    Mountains have a dreamy way
    Of folding up a noisy day
    In quiet covers, cool and gray.

    ---Leigh Buckner Hanes

    Surely, God could have made a better way to sleep.

    Surely, God never did.

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    I sometimes carry them but rarly use them

    Spring/Summer solo - no pad
    Spring/Summer family - 1/8 & 1/4 GG CCF pad - someone always gets cold

    Fall/Winter - 3/4 GG Torso pad

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