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    Senior Member Cannibal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockclimber26 View Post
    Also, what have you tried for insulation with the ENO DN for cold nights? I couldn't get my thermarest to stay in one place so I am thinking I may need to go with a CCF pad or UQ.
    most people recommend a good underquilt. If you're like me, and on a tight budget you can try feeding your sleeping bag around your hammock. it only works if your bag has a 2way zipper, but i have been warm down into the 30's with this setup with a cheapo bag that's only rated to 30 degrees. If it gets really cold i can pull it over my head and cinch it tight around the hammock. the hole on either end allows enough air flow that i've never had any condensation problems. you just need to put a towel or jacket or something by your feet to keep air from coming in down there. here's a pic
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    hope this is helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockclimber26 View Post

    Also, what have you tried for insulation with the ENO DN for cold nights? I couldn't get my thermarest to stay in one place so I am thinking I may need to go with a CCF pad or UQ.
    I only did one cold night in my ENO (35F) and was pretty miserable with just a 3/4 CCF pad. It wasn't until I added an extra Thermarest I had and put on every stitch of clothing in my pack that I was able to sleep. I'm a firm believer in the UQ now!

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    I'll try the sleeping bag idea. Unfortunately I only have mummy bags, so I might need pickup a cheap rectangular GI sleeping bag or just make an under quilt.

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