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    Quote Originally Posted by fuhgawee View Post
    Ya no kidding, good to hear from ya Blaze.

    We need a video

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    Will do as soon as it is possible.

    Third night in the sock. Still no condensation. Temperature around 1*C. Little hole in door for ventilation.

    Weather forecast for coming days http://www.dmi.dk/dmi/index/danmark/...sigten/fyn.htm

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    Fourth night in sock

    I managed to get a video up on the net by using a pc on the local library. Don't know if the quality is HD.

    Anyway here you go,

    Best,
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    Fifth night.

    Fifth night in Warbonnett Traveler Sock. -5*C. Moderate wind. Low air humidity. No condensation inside sock which I use with a small opening in zippers.
    Simply love that sock. Huge improvement in my setup.

    Best,
    Blaze

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    Great advice and good video.
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    Spent the night in the woods last night. Took a indoor/outdoor thermometer with remote sensor. Normally I would only take this thermometer while car camping due to weight but figured it was too good of a chance to check out the temps inside my set up with the sock vrs the outside temps.

    First problem I had was that it was very windy and dark which made deploying the sock a bit of a pain but I got it set up.

    Set the remote sensor in side the trail shelter I hang close to and kept the main thermometer with me. Every time I woke up I would check the thermometer readings and it consistently showed that the temps inside the sock were 5+ degrees warmer than outside (plus the sock did a great job of blocking the wind.

    Now the outside temps only got down to 50 but I figure that was still a pretty good test.
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    See Shugs video on how to use the zippers on the Traveler bug net. The same method will work for the sock. Btw, I don't use my bug net with the sock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    Spent the night in the woods last night. Took a indoor/outdoor thermometer with remote sensor. Normally I would only take this thermometer while car camping due to weight but figured it was too good of a chance to check out the temps inside my set up with the sock vrs the outside temps.

    First problem I had was that it was very windy and dark which made deploying the sock a bit of a pain but I got it set up.

    Set the remote sensor in side the trail shelter I hang close to and kept the main thermometer with me. Every time I woke up I would check the thermometer readings and it consistently showed that the temps inside the sock were 5+ degrees warmer than outside (plus the sock did a great job of blocking the wind.

    Now the outside temps only got down to 50 but I figure that was still a pretty good test.

    I am now a bit more experienced in the use of the sock and I am still a huge proponent of its use. It is amazing how much it adds to ones comfort on a windy and cold night.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cermichael View Post
    See Shugs video on how to use the zippers on the Traveler bug net. The same method will work for the sock. Btw, I don't use my bug net with the sock.
    Depending on which season it is, I either use the bug net or the sock. Both are great pieces of gear.

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    Used my WB sock this weekend. Easily added 10-15 degrees. Temps down to 14 one night and 22 the other. Second night I was venting often.
    Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the strength to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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    I recently bought one and really like it. I didn't have a thermometer setup inside but would say it was 10-15 deg F warmer inside the sock. It did add a little time to the hammock setup so I have changed the way I pack it up now. I just zip the sock shut with the hammock, TQ and UQ inside and pack it into my trash bag lined backpack. Works like a charm and the setup and tear down times are great.

    Has anyone come up with a method to use the pull outs on the blackbird while in the sock?

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