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    Thanks for the advice. I'm thinking of making a Bishop Bag from an old stuff sack to pack the hammock and super shelter in and keeping the sleeping bag in a seperate stuff sack. I tried stuffing the entire set up including the sleeping bag into my pack but it's just too large and unmanagable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    Stoikurt, so apparently no problem with OCF underpad damage from stretching when folding the skins up? I think someone once mentioned that might be a concern, at least theoretically.
    I don't really know the answer to that. I've only done it a few times. I've changed to using an underquilt. If you plan on using skins full time with a lot of usage I would make some bigger skins so pad has a little more room to stretch without the compression stress of the tighter skins.
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    it's working for me.
    It's working for me again, too.

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