Originally Posted by drewboy
I had previously used a HH Hyperlite, which is now collecting dust since I got my BB last November. A serious upgrade for me in so many ways. Top entry, flatter lay, storage shelf, roomier footbox. Plus switching over to webbing straps, ring buckles and biners.
But I think I am still having trouble in getting my Nest underquilt to sit properly under the footbox. On my last hang I had issues with cold feet, even with insulated booties on, which should not have happened. I have already implemented the retrofit from JRB to better hang the center of the foot side of the quilt. Anybody have any suggestions there?
I have the line/strap suspension. I put the prussik in the shock cord on the amsteel below the ring buckles and the end mod biner slides down the line to the whipping on the hammock. I don't adjust the cordlocks on the corners of the quilt at all. If the middle biner is too high, it flattens the quilt and will give you cold spots.
Then again - I have the Hudson River, not the Nest. Did you double check the velcro was closed?