Originally Posted by FanaticFringer
I've heard talk here before about it. Might search around. You'll never sleep in your hammock in temps less than 40 degrees?
Man that's when it starts getting fun. My best nite in a hammock was around 10 degrees.
I think the lowest I've been so far is just a little below freezing, around 30 or so. I was very comfortable using a 20 degree bag, a thick pad and wearing polypros and a beanie. The fleece UQ idea may very well work, but it'll have a drawback, unless you make some alterations to it. The main drawback that I can think of is that the fleece won't give good coverage at the top and bottom because of its sag. I'm sure that can be corrected, but I think you're better off going with something like a Potomac. It's the cheapest UQ on the market that I can think of, well made andis nice and warm from what I've been told be a couple of folks here.