Originally Posted by BillyBob58
Now sweat occurring with all of that insulation, from maybe being way past warm enough, is always a real possibility. ( a jarbridge under the HH OCG pad/sb is a lot of insulation. Probably close to what kwpapke used to stay warm at minus 27 )
I don't know how this is possible, not saying that I don't believe you or kwpapke. I was maybe over-warm the first hour or two after laying down at 9:00-ish, but not terrible. After that I went to comfortable, then when it got down to the coldest just before it started to get light out I was almost at the tipping point of getting cold. Granted, I didn't have my tarp down to hold in some heat, but it was a rather calm night with the occasional breeze that would come through.
I've been thinking about how much the Jarbidge would add to make the HHSS go past the normal 40*-ish range of comfort since the Jarbidge is supposed to be good to about 30*. Since the night we are currently discussing got down to 18*, I am wondering if this is possibly what should be expected from this setup?