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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    So, what low temps have people used a 1/4 inch CCF under the feet/calves while using a Yeti?
    I've used the 3/8" GG ccf down to 5*F...supplemented by down booties and any unused clothes under my legs.
    I would guess 1/4" should make it to freezing easily enough
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    I dunno if its long enough, but for the blackbird it works great for me, tested it about an hour ago. The big agnes air core. I have the insulated one, i have the dual layer bb , i just slide it up in the fold for the pad, adjust it where I want, Bam, works nice. I let a lil air out so its not super inflated, but u can do it either way.

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    Somebody on here recommended using an emergency blanket for insulation. I tried it out with my Clark and it worked great, plus it packs down to nothing. I had a +25* bag with a Downmat 7 at less than 45*... and only socks and boxers. Slept fine. Don't know what a Yeti is though so not sure if this helps or not.

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