Originally Posted by BrokeEnthusiast
How long is the pad that you use? (I'm assuming you cut it to take up less space since you have the yeti?)
I was going to pick up the yeti since I dont plan to be out below freezing temps, and suppliment my warmth with a top quilt and extra clothes from my bag under my feet. I really didnt want to carry a pad but havent been out that cold to see if i would need it.
I have different lengths for different seasons...(I carry a very light UQ rated for 45* or so)
-a 30" sit pad for summer...above 55* at night (nothing needed under your legs)
-a @ 48" mid length pad for spring/fall (32*-55*)...can provide an extra layer under torso if needed
- full length pad and winter yeti (32* and below)..used this set-up at 4* last winter with -25* wind chills with no major issues
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