Originally Posted by 1csleptonkayak
I've probably seen your posts on this before, but what ccf pads do you use in your RRs? I plan to test a couple ccf pads and an insulated air pad or two (like the neoair mentioned by Loki), as well as a winter UQ by next winter.
One is a thin Army pad, which I mainly use for spring and fall. The other one is a Wally World blue one. Combine both for the winter months. Very flat and supportive. I use a thick sleeping bag, so the bottom cushions me big time. If I had a OQ, the pads might might feel hard though with no cushion on my back.
I also have a Stansport air mattress, no insulation at all in that one(left over from my tent days.) Its baffles run longways, I'm going to blow it up and try it in one of my RRs, should be an unbelievable flat, supportive and soft lay, depending on how much I inflate it. Only for hot summer night use though.
I'll also try it in my BB, I'll be interested how an air mattress with no insulation will feel in that one. I'll have to experiment with different air pressure to find my best lay. Again for hot summer nights only.