Light Hiker Bedroll pics and test
For comparison, I took a pic of a Nalgene bottle, my GT Ultralight hammock, Baby Orca UQ, and LHBR TQ.
The LHBR is a slightly larger, but extremely light weight in comparison. You can compress it quite a bit more than shown in the picture with out issue. It's shown in the stuff sack it came in. At 14 oz, I'll give a little space in my pack for it for sure! It only packs a fraction smaller than my JRB No Sniveler, at a 1/2 pound lighter!
With temps around 40 F, I took a short hike out and set up my GT ultralight hammock with Baby Orca IX UQ, Z rest pad, and slipped into my LHBR TQ. I brought my Kindle along to read a bit. I only got a few pages in when I was off on a nap. I woke about an hour later nice and warm, and well rested.
I am definitely pleased with the LHBR, and entire set up. Most assuredly a great 3 season set up! Don't know what else to say except I'm one happy hammock hanger!
Looking for more info on the Light Hiker Bedroll DL
Can anyone offer any more info or opinions on the Light Hiker Bedroll DL? I am looking for a new option for a 50°+ option for a TQ. I currently use my REI fleece liner, but it is a little cold for me below 65°, which I generally have from May-September, so I am looking for a light sping/fall TQ.
At 15 oz, my fleece liner is "heavier" than I would like for its limited solo use.
Any second or third opinions on this product are welcome.