Originally Posted by XTrekker
With that NeoAir pad I am wondering if you will even need an underquilt. Is it the ThermaRest Pad? Because I use a Neoair ThermaRest Pad whenever I bust out the ol tent and it keeps me warm against the frozen ground.
It is the neoair All season from Therm-a-rest, I think it has an r value of 4.7 and is 1 pound 9 oz. I picked up from Back country Gear last week, it was on sale for $110but it was 2nds, which had a slight cosmetic blemish, but fully functional and warrantied by Therm-a-Rest.
It will be interesting to see how low I can go with this.
What I really like is that my feet do not get forced togather in the natural "u" shape of hammock cut, instead I can have them in a more natural position and my shoulders have no contact with the hammock wall. It is like a floating 25" by 77" pad, but softer than laying directly on the ground.