Originally Posted by Banjoman
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?
I just spent a very comfortable night in my HHSS at 23F... only modification was to place a 40F TQ between OCF pad and UC... used a 15F down sleeping bag with integral insulated air core pad in it. Clothing was just wool socks, upper and lower underlayment, and fleece pullover with fleece stocking cap.
No condensation in hammock or UC!