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    I have used the BBO with great success on two separate occasions. Having a space blanket directly under the hammock will act as a vapour barrier protecting your hammock sock and UQ from condensation while keeping you warm. The BBO will raise inside temperatures in the hammock thus keeping the top of your sleep system dry while venting out the humid air. Here is how I did.


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    I used my BBO this weekend into the mid 20s. I left the head end loose and had no condensation issues. I only close the head end when there is a steady wind to draw the condensation from the fabric.

    It certainly warms things up!

    On a down note, my BBO stuff sack disappeared over night. I think it might have blown into the river I camped near. BUMMER!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big D View Post
    I used my BBO this weekend into the mid 20s. I left the head end loose and had no condensation issues. I only close the head end when there is a steady wind to draw the condensation from the fabric.

    It certainly warms things up!

    On a down note, my BBO stuff sack disappeared over night. I think it might have blown into the river I camped near. BUMMER!
    Thanks for the info Big D. How much of a gap is there in the BBO with the head end loose? Sorry about your stuff sack. It's so small it would be hard to find if it went very far.
    KJ

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