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    Gotcha. Thanks again for the info.

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    You're welcome!
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    Inflatable pad wise, a long/wide Exped UL mat gives good shoulder coverage and synthetic or down fill is a better insulator in hammocks. I'd stick with full rectangular pads in hammocks. The Klymit Luxe insulated is a wider, albeit notably
    heavier good option

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redfish View Post
    For what it's worth, my Klymit Static V insulated pad fits my new RR perfectly! About 1/2 inflated works great. I've used it down to freezing in a gathered end with good results. Just sayin

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UW7SQQG...VIQMK#AskSpecs say this is 76" x 30".

    I like the looks/design of this. Is this the one you're talking about? 30" is not too wide to fit?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bribak View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UW7SQQG...VIQMK#AskSpecs say this is 76" x 30".

    I like the looks/design of this. Is this the one you're talking about? 30" is not too wide to fit?

    Thanks.
    That is what I use in my RR. Perfect fit, super comfortable.

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    I've used an XL Long Big Agnes insulated Double Z Air Pad in my RR. It kept me warm, pushed the sides out and lifted me up just enough to make my RR much more comfy. It created the sensation of floating on air - super, super comfort. BUT, it made it tippy as hell and darn near shot me out thru the bug net when I shifted around in my sleep.

    I let about 1/2 of the air out of it and that made it more manageable and still comfy. However, I have an old lower back injury and sleeping on a mushy surface leaves me looking like Igor off of an old Frankenstein movie in the morning.

    What ended up working for me is a 25" wide Thermarest Ridgerest pad when the temps are moderate (in fact, it has not yet gotten cold enough this year for me to find out how low of a temp it will work for insulation. (On the opposite end of the spectrum, I've tried WalMart Blue pads when it's in the 50's and 60's and woke up covered in sweat. The texture of the Thermarest allows the sweat to evaporate and works well on warmer nights in that same temperature range).

    I use an XL, long in a rectangle (just like it comes) and it fits my RR like it was made for it.

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