I would take an underquilt or closed cell foam pad as bottom insulation. I am a cold sleeper, but I feel the need for something underneath at 70 deg.
Something to consider. I can use the same quilt year around. If I hang it correct and without any air gaps on the bottom I can get well below 30. If I hang the same quilt a little off the bottom of the hammock I can use the same underquilt at 60+ deg. The same air gaps that cause cold spots and issues at cold temps, can be used to your advantage at higher temps.
I am taking my 3.5" loft quilt as an underquilt and my 2.5" loft quilt as a top quilt when I leave for my sobo through later this month (man I like saying that). But then again I am walking with fall and expect to see temps from 60 to below freezing from the start. Then I am adding my winder gear for the whites.
Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
The hanger formly known as "hammock engineer".
Last edited by Coffee; 06-05-2007 at 00:36..