I'm new to Hammocks all around so I thought I'd first post to say hello, and to ask for advice for my first 2-Night Hiking trip.
Towards the end of March me and some buddies are going to take a hiking trip to the Ozark Highlands trail here in AR. I'm guessing the night temperatures will be in the 40s, which is just my guess, as the weather here is nutso.
I just bought a WB DL Traveller and a WB Superfly, but I'm afraid with even the Superfly blocking the wind, that I'll get chilly at night. I dont want to spend the money on a dedicated UQ, do you think that an Insulated Pad would be warm enough?
Thanks for the opinions guys.