Originally Posted by yessirre
Wow thanks! seems like it is easy to over look something so simple! what really gets me is I have been a ground dweller in -30f in a 4 season tent and not had this problem?....
Very interesting point! Is this problem worse in hammocks for some reason? Is the double layer tent's added insulation allowing us to get by with less condensation, even sometimes with more than one person in a tent?
Then again, it's not like I have not heard of condensation problems in a tent. There was that famous antarctic ( or arctic? ) expedition where their huge synthetic bags ended up weighing a ton due to frozen condensation within the insulation, and I'm pretty sure those guys were in tents. Plus lot's of other less dramatic examples I can think of.