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    i have camped several time in 18 to 19 degree weather,it is 17 right now in my back yard is going to drop a few more degrees tonite
    equipment i am using is
    1.tom claytor jungle hammock
    http://www.mosquitohammock.com/junglehammock.html

    2.my guide gear 12x12 camo tarp
    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/cb/cb.asp?a=97247

    3.army closed cell pad trimmed down

    http://www.majorsurplusnsurvival.com...go ryCode=68

    4.M-1949 mountain down sleeping bag

    http://www.majorsurplusnsurvival.com...tegory_Code=71

    it weighs 2 lbs less when you ditch the outer cover,i am only using this bag because i am in my back yardneo
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    I think the pad is the lightest way to go. I just don't like the way it feels. An underquilt costs more, but is more comfortable to me.

    I'm chickening out of sleeping in the back yard tonight. I need to twick the whipping on my hammock and don't think I have anything new to test until I make a new hammock sock. That and it is nice and warm in my house with the Browns vs Steelers game on.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammock engineer View Post
    I think the pad is the lightest way to go. I just don't like the way it feels. An underquilt costs more, but is more comfortable to me.

    I'm chickening out of sleeping in the back yard tonight. I need to twick the whipping on my hammock and don't think I have anything new to test until I make a new hammock sock. That and it is nice and warm in my house with the Browns vs Steelers game on.

    i cant even feel my pad in my claytor jungle hammock,because it fits between the 2 layers neo

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    Some of us have condensation issues when we use a pad. Even if I'm not touching the pad, I can feel the moisture.
    “Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit, and intelligence of the citizens. They fall when the wise are banished from the public councils because they dare to be honest, and the profligate are rewarded because they flatter the people, in order to betray them.” ~Judge Joseph Story

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jeff View Post
    Some of us have condensation issues when we use a pad. Even if I'm not touching the pad, I can feel the moisture.
    no biggy for me neo

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