So my Dream Hammock is at least a month away from arrival (probably longer) but I've decided to start looking into getting a 3-season UQ for it.
I live up in the Rockies - town is 8,000ft and most of the hanging I will doing will be around 9,000 ft or higher. So it gets chilly at night. I'm looking for a 20'f - 30'f rated UQ. I think 40'F would work for the summer, but temps at that elevation can still hit the freezing point even in June/July. I'd feel better in a 20'F since it will keep my warmer on those cold nights.
Ideally it'd be in Multicam as well to match my DH.
Underground Quilts seem to be designed for a DH, but are more expensive - upwards of $50 - compared to a similar Kick *** quilt. So is the obvious answer to go with Kick ***, or with the UQ designed for my hammock?