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    Senior Member Cannibal's Avatar
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    I haven't had a winter to test my SS setup yet, but I do see the value of them. They are relatively inexpensive and would seem to be fairly effective to some pretty low temps with the addition of a SpaceBlanket.

    My concern is in the longevity of the pad. It certainly does not seem 'pack-worthy'. It appears to be fragile in nature and likely to rip/tear. Again, these are only observations since I've not actually put it through a pack test yet. That and the bulk of a pad in my pack are my only reservations about the system. Warmth for price, it is a tough product to beat IMO.
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    I think that this forum has been such a great place to live...because we aren't "snobs" :^) There is no such thing as a "dumb question" here.

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