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    Ok, I have decided to go with a Speer SleepPad. It is the largest size and I can cut to my specs. It will probably be cut down to 11-12oz. It also has a higher R Value than Oware, and I can pay using PayPal !!

    I will then buy a Neat Sheet and sew a shell over that. Maybe with a Velcro end so I can take it in/out when needed.

    Thanks for all the advise.
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    Will do. It will be a week or 2.

    I can not make up my mind between Neat Sheet or 100 weight Fleece. I need to feel them both first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9civichatch3 View Post
    Ok, I have decided to go with a Speer SleepPad. It is the largest size and I can cut to my specs. It will probably be cut down to 11-12oz. It also has a higher R Value than Oware, and I can pay using PayPal !!

    I will then buy a Neat Sheet and sew a shell over that. Maybe with a Velcro end so I can take it in/out when needed.

    Thanks for all the advise.
    Hey, while you are getting that Speer pad, take a look at the Speer SPE. It is really handy for managing pads in a hammock.
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    I saw them. I am going to test out just the pad, then go from there.

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    Anyone want to sell their HH "Hex" Fly !!
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    Well, I just purchased a Speer SleepPad. 1/4"x40"x80". 16oz, but cull cut down to about 12oz. R Value = 1
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