I am just torn between the HH and the Clark, but I think for financial reasons I'll get the HH. Now I have to decide TODAY whether I want the regular or lightweight Asym. I will be doing more car camping than packing, but I will be taking a 1000 km trek next fall from southern to northern Spain and am considering taking this along.
For now, however, I'm gonna freeze if I don't figure out a way to insulate - I am a 55 year old female and my hips and legs get cold easy. But the reality is that I'll more often be in 30 to 40 degree weather and rarely be in freezing, at least for now.
I am torn between buying a down underquilt or the super shelter.
I also had an idea of an "underquilt" made of empty baffles like the Clark has, that you could stuff leaves, gear, or down sacks into.
I looked at the instructions for making a down underquilt and I'm sure i can do it quite easily. I'm a little unclear about the "baffle" instructions. They say to sew them 5 to 9 inches apart and they're only a few inches wide.. won't that leave air space that wll be cold?
Anyway.. I'm rambling.. sorry.. need more coffee.
Tell me what to do so I don't have to make a decision? ::laughing:::
Sorry to keep asking the same questions over and over and over.
A mistake can be spendy with these hammocks!
I'd like to get it right...so I'm trying to think of everything.