Originally Posted by BlazeAway
I have used a Speer PolarPod with the WBBB.
When I am having guests I some times go to the nearby forest and use it as an extra room.
Last time I did that I grabbed the WBBB instead of the WB Traveler by mistake.
Setting up camp I realised I had a problem, but it being late I decided to try to combined the PolarPod with the WBBB.
When using the stakeouts on the WBBB and deploying the mosquito netting, the PolarPod will only works as an under quilt.
Not using the stakeouts and the mosquito netting on the WBBB allows you to use the PolarPod as it was intended to be used, though the netting lifts the Pod so there is a big interior room filled with air.
I suggest you use a Pod with a Traveler or similar hammock.
Well there goes my theory! I thought maybe a PolarPod- unlike the PeaPod- would be big enough to sag down on top and overcome the WB netting on one side to minimize gaps, but I guess not.
So, what kind of temps, did you use anything else on top to fill the gaps and were you warm?