Originally Posted by TheCoyote
My next hammock is a Dangerbird 60
Idk weather to get a single layer or double layer. I wont use a pad often, but not sure how much that second layer helps. Anyone wanna lend some advice on that predicament?
A couple of points to ponder: you'll likely have slightly more warmth in a double layer. Not enough that you're likely to notice; however, air cooling will be slightly less (hotter on a hot night, less cooling on a cold night). It will help ward off mosquito's biting through (I have heard of it happening on a single layer, if no UQ - hot night), but highly unlikely with a double. And finally, likely less stretch from the taffeta fabric when two layers are used...