Originally Posted by JPC
Does the weathershield just add a few degrees warrmth? If so why would you do this for just a few degrees? Would you still use a tarp with the shield? Thanks.
Yes, it adds a few degrees. I would prefer not to use the tarp if it is warm and dry enough, but the tarp blocks wind and keeps you warmer still. I have a Clark NA, and the zip-in weathershield is the bomb, and my one of my favorite things about the Clark.
Why would I do this for a few degrees? To be different, to figure it out/solve the puzzle, and because I can.
And to show others how I accomplished it, in case they have the same idea. I like to work on solutions - it is what makes me wake up in the morning.