Originally Posted by hammock engineer
Here's another question. How does the peapod interfer with bug netting? I guess I am thinking from a limiting standpoint. I think that to fully close or open the top you would need a bug netting that goes all around the hammock.
I wouldn't plan on using a Pod in conditions warm enough to need a bugnet. My experience has been that when it's time for the bugs to come out, I don't need bottom insulation at all. In fact, if it gets much above 70* at night, I've gotten overheated with no insulation at all. I'm really warm-blooded though.