I was just reading thru these postings. I got the impression that I want to take a UQ with me all of the time, as opposed to my REI 25" pads (at 5# each!).
During my last winter campout in December (2' snow in the Cascades), my down sleeping bag got wet from all of the condensation and I got cold. Will this be as much of a factor if I'm hangin'?
Should I purchase synthetic UQs for the wet weather around here? I have sylbags for my pack. If I was going to buy only one UQ for each of my hammocks, what should I get? I have a Winter Yeti on order with my two WBBBs. Is this going to be too warm for summer use? Should I get synthenic UQs for summer? What about full length vs. shorter?
What I was thinking was that the winter Yeti could be loosened for summer use, but I couldn't use a summer UQ in really cold/wet weather.
A kind of related question, can I just use my old synthentic REI bag as an UQ if I attach some rings and bungees to the corners?