After a rather windy and cool night in Montana in a single layer hammock I began to think about my lower leg section and the 1/4" EVA foam pad which works flawlessly as long as it stays where I want it to. Sadly I am a side sleeper and I flip from my left side to right side and vice versa all night long, thus destroying the feng shui of lower leg insulation.
I realize the easiest solution is to go to a full length underquilt but I already have a nice down filled torso length quilt so I'm thinking why not craft some fleece leggings that take an EVA insert. Then no matter what my legs do the insulation stays with me.
Has anyone else tried this and found it to be a miserable failure so I can stop tilting at this windmill before I invest time and money in a bad idea and just sell my JRB Greylock 3 and buy a full length jobber?