Originally Posted by BillyBob58
Thanks, Acer, very helpful video. This has always seemed to me ( by way of HHSSs I am so used to ) the better approach for wind protection, especially for the bridge, than trying to get doors closed around spreader bars. Of course it is 6 extra oz but you might be able to back off several oz on tarp wt.
I am used to the sil-nylon HHSS approach ( wind/water proof) used in conjunction with vapor barriers to avoid condensation.
Is this UQP new for you or did you use it last winter? If you have used it a lot, I am wondering how wind proof and water resistant it is and how breathable it is? Much problem with condensation? I know it is not waterproof, but do you think it would resist much wind blown rain and fog? I suppose, if it is all right with you and is not hijacking, 2QZq or other users can respond to that also.
This is brand spanking new from 2Q&ZQ as they have been developing a UQP for a bridge hammock, and myself and fallkniven and couple of other members have been testing/trying it for size etc,,and its pretty much a perfect fit now so 2Q&ZQ can begin serious production on it. Haven't had a chance to test it but this weekend will post a video of alot of mods and added pieces of gear to my BMBH UL as soon as I get time. And this was the final piece to a winter set up I have been working on for my Bridge Hammock..and will fit in the puzzle perfect for me. Can't wait to try it all out..will keep you posted for sure. What I showed in the video was the breathable version,,and just laying in the hammock one evening in 65 degree weather,,with the 50 degree Jarbridge on, I bailed about 10 minutes very hot..so very workable for a breathable, water resistant setup and quite a few degrees of wamth, going to add a top cover (or seep style if you want to call it that) of momentum 90 mr to it for a total 2 piece enclosure, of course downsized the hammock boddy to grand total of 15.5 oz doing the Professor Hammock complete mod to my bridge also.