Originally Posted by neo
same clothing,pants,socks,pullover sweat shirt,down vest,stocking cap
the jacksrbetter shenandoha quilt works well,its 15oz and i got it for 150.00
on sale,it rocks,it kept me warm to 24.5 degrees and is rated at 45.
Just a disclaimer note to any new folks...
Neo is not "normal". He consistantly goes colder with less insulation than most hangers.
That's not to say it can't be done...test temp ratings at home or car camping as to give yourself a safety out if you get too cold.
Neo FWIW, smarter people here than me estimate mid-30's for a sewn-thru TQ (the jacksrbetter shenandoha quilt is sewn-thru) http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...?t=4362&page=3
Like stated in that thread, add enough clothes and you can push down the temp rating of anything...
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