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    I remember adding the Thermadrape to a weathershield a couple of years ago .... warm as could be but a LOT of moisture.
    That is just weird....
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    I've gotten moisture with the JRB Driducks weather shield too.

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    Have people experienced condensation with the IX UQ? I would think that would have more if it didn't breathe. Is it possible, the nylon shell is preventing the breathing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuctTape View Post
    Have people experienced condensation with the IX UQ? I would think that would have more if it didn't breathe.
    I got condensation from an IX TQ that had no cover.

    I've used both silnylon and breathable nylon shells on 3/4 IX UQs, without condensation, in temps well above freezing. Perhaps one key to avoiding condensation is to prevent overheating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnSawyer View Post
    Hmmm... sounds like this is a good replacement for the ever-popular military issue Poncho Liner....

    Looks great!

    It is a great addition to the poncho liner also. I have PLUQ & PLTQ. That is only good to upper 40's. I add my IXUQ & IXTQ and I have been comfy below 30.

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