I've been doing a fair amount of research on hammock camping in cool/cold weather, and if I understand correctly, the primary problem with keeping warm is that air movement under the hammock will steal away warmth. That's one of the reasons why CC pads are so effective in keeping people warm. I bought a Claytor hammock and intend to buy the Speer SPE, but I was wondering about something that I don't recall seeing addressed here or the other forums.
Has anyone tried wearing clothing that is advertised as windproof by the manufacturer? I see some clothing in Cabelas/Bass Pro/etc advertised as windproof, and user reviews rave about how warm they were even sitting on a deer stand for hours. Does anyone think this might help?
I'm headed to Lake Lila late next month to do some camping, and I was thinking some windproof clothing would be useful.