I hadn't seen that, but I was just making the sugestion that it, or any other double layer hammock, would be a good start.
One of the beautiful things about a hammock is that it is a modular sleep/shelter system---adaptable to almost any forecast conditions. With the proper selection of a variety of components, one can use the same hammock to camp in the jungles of deepest, darkest Africa to the arctic conditions of deepest, darkest Canada.
A double layer offers protection against mosquitoes biting through the fabric, while also allowing the insertion of an insulating pad. But its the under and top quilts, along with tarps or socks that will allow the hammock to be used in the coldest conditions.
Last edited by sargevining; 01-27-2013 at 15:59..