I used 2 this past weekend and it kept me toasty warm in -1F temps.
Here's a picture of my Nest and NS stacked at the SEHHA hangout in Hot Springs, NC, in April 2005. It was right around freezing that night (that's snow on the tarp) and I was toasty warm.
Lots of other setups here: http://tothewoods.net/HikingPictures...otSprings.html
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IMPOSSIBLE JUST TAKES LONGER
Roadrunnr72 said:I missed a black friday sale a few weeks back?"I have an Incubator that I bought last year and a Phoenix that I just got fromn the black friday sale..."
Last edited by Just Jeff; 12-13-2011 at 09:41. Reason: profanity
This method is my plan for Mount Rogers. I already have a 3 Season Incubator and need a 3/4 for underneath. I really can't spend another dime though! So unless I can borrow something I'll have to use a pad under me then the UQ. I've done this testing in the back yard and it worked fine, just not as comfortable to me.
Love many, trust few & always paddle your own canoe. American Proverb
"We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately." - Ben Franklin
Even if it doesn't work (which it will) as well as you wanted, strike while you can, read while the better half is even slightly willing. Rescue the young one from the pad!