Originally Posted by funkho
Yes. I was a little cooler than I would like. But goodness my body is so much happier in the morning compared to a night on the ground.
So far. I am pleased with the system.
Where, specifically, were you cold at?
On top? You probably need to supplement the sleeping bag with something else, or wait til you get the overcover. Make sure that your tarp is blocking any and all wind as well.
On bottom? That could be an issue with not enough insulation supplementing the HHSS itself.
Next run, try to pay attention to SPECIFICALLY where you're cold at...on the bottom, then you need to improve that insulation. On the top...improve the top insulation. All over? Then add insulation to both, make sure you're not letting too much air near your hammock from outside by adjusting your tarp and the direction you're hanging your hammock (never let the wind blow up the ends of your hammock).
So far, I've been out down to 22F with the HHSS and not yet used the overcover.