I also wanted to say a few things about the Speer SnugFit under quilt. I was glad that I was able to test the SF at it's stated temperature threshold hold of 30*. I used is with my TTM hammock which is almost exactly like an ENO, Trek Light, Bliss Hammock, etc
On Friday night the temps got down to 30*. I was wearing a thermal top and polyester T-shirt on the top, 2 light-weight thermals on the bottom, fleece hat, and I used my WM Apache as a top quilt. The SN had no problem keeping me warm at this temp. I did have a slight problem with the under quilt wanting to shift to one side during the night. All I had to do to rectify this problem was to give it a slight tug and it would slide back into position. I had never had this problem when using my DIY HH because I attached the loops on the SF to the side tie outs on the hammock effectively keeping the under quilt in place.
On Saturday I took the time to use the thin shock cord that comes with the SF. What I did was to tie a piece of shock cord to one of the side loops on the SF, take it over the ridge line of my hammock, and then tied it to a loop on the opposite side of the quilt. I used 2 pieces of shock cord, one near the foot end and one near the head end. Not only did this eliminate the shifting of the quilt to one side, but it also helped the quilt conform to the hammock much better. There was a noticeable difference in the warmth of the quilt when rigged this way. Although the temp was only 5* higher, at 35*, I had to end up shedding one layer of thermals on my legs to keep from sweating.
I am a warm sleeper but I feel that the SF is underestimated in it's rating of 30*. I don't know how low I could go before I would have to add a pad but I would estimate 20* or so. The more I use this quilt the more I love it.
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