Starting to try to do my homework as far as an underquilt. I have a JRB "Rocky Mountain Sniveler" top quilt from my pre-hammock camping days that is a fine piece of gear. No complaints about it, so I will consider them for an underquilt.
But I am getting ahead of myself. I am new to hammock camping, but enthused about how it is working so far. I am tall and thin and have real trouble staying warm, so I find it useful to seriously overdo things in that area. And I find myself often sleeping at temperatures near or a little below freezing, and every now and then in the 20's.
So I am looking at full length hammocks - I like the JRB Mt Washington 4, but I hear lots of good things about the Hammock Gear Incubators (and probably would go with the 0 long.
But now I find myself looking at the Te Wa website, and this is a different twist on things.
All of his underquilts look like 3/4 length jobs, but are rated to 20 or to 5 degrees!! How in the world does that work? It would be great to carry his 14 ounce 20 degree quilt instead of a 20 degree rated HG Incubator at 26 ounces.