Nu-foam from Jo-Ann Fabric
Has anyone tried this? Does it look like it will work in a SPE? Nu foam
Ohh by the way, it was the 24" x 1" that I found. The 2" looked just to big.
That'll buy a lot of blue pads.
Ambulo tua ambulo.
I went with what Brandon "Warbonnet Guy" recommended and it is fantastic for me so far. Here is the web site http://www.foambymail.com/Minicel.html and if you look down on the bottom is the MINICEL FOAM (3LB DENSITY) I bought the 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" not having a clue what thickness would work for me. So far all I have used is the 3/8" and this past weekend it got down to 36 degrees and I was still just fine even being a cold sleeper. I got the 1/2 Sheet
27" x 80". They do get folds on the sides because of the curve of the hammock. I have thought about cutting V's down each side, but it really doesn't bother me at all.
uhhhhh that's for the WHOLE box, you can buy it by the yard, 2 yards about $20 for the 1". I have not found the walmart blue pads any wider than 20".
Originally Posted by gargoyle
This thread is dated, but I too ran across Nu-foam today and wondered how well it would work as thermal insulation in a double-layered hammock setup. I did a search here and this was the only mention of it that I could find. The stuff seemed tough and looked like it would mold around curves very well.
I might have to add a second wall to my hammock.
Keep an eye on Jo-Ann online. They often have 50% off coupons. They'll even honor them if you show them the coupon on the screen of your phone.
I've done this.
They have 60% off fabric through tomorrow in the store.
I wish I saw this earlier! The closest one to me is almost an hour away and I was just down the road all afternoon. My Black Friday list is becoming very interesting.
Originally Posted by Hiknhanger
Originally Posted by dontknowyet
THAT is the tip of the week. They have a 72"x48"x3/8" pad for under $30. It's closed cell foam so it will insulate really well.
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