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    Torch, you might want to supplement that pad with some closed-cell-foam pieces for extra width by your shoulders, like I think tire is suggesting. The sides of the hammock can be really cold.

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    Thanks! I purchased a walmart waffle pad, im going to put it to the test this weekend.

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