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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjahamockman View Post
    How does the warbonnet winter yeti do for a side sleeper I am really considering it and wondering how it performs.
    I don't have the winter yeti, but have no problems side sleeping with the 3/4 yeti. I am using a Black Bird and found it stays in place no matter how much wallering around I do getting to that sweet spot.

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    Senior Member Law Dawg (ret)'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairsmith View Post
    I don't have the winter yeti, but have no problems side sleeping with the 3/4 yeti. I am using a Black Bird and found it stays in place no matter how much wallering around I do getting to that sweet spot.
    I have an Incubator and it works for my wide long body (46L dress jackets). That said, I will have my next UQ custom made wider. Don't just want it to work, I want extreme luxury and comfort because my priority is sleeping and eating well in camp.
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    I use the full lenght incubator from HG and I have no issues sleeping on my side. I use shockcord with S-biners on all of the d-rings on the UQ so it snuggs around me how ever I lay.
    When not sleeping I take the S-biner and clip it on the ridgeline so It's not in the way

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    I'm a side sleeper. With the help of a Shugvid I found the secondary suspension on my HGIncubator could be very simply adjusted. Works great. Only issue is I like to alternate to the other side and that requires me to re-adjust. I do find myself wishing the UQ was wider so that it covered me both ways.

    Usually I just leave it aligned "straight", and it covers me just barely, with the TQ topping it perfectly. But I can feel the shock cords - until 10 seconds passes and I'm snoring. It's not like it disturbs my sleep any or leaves marks on me like a corduroy pillow would.

    No reason we couldnt custom-order an extra foot or so of width on that next UQ....

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