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    So with the foam reflective pads, you avoid condensation by sleeping directly on the pad? Meaning NOT putting the pad between a double layer, if you have one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allfatherodin View Post
    So with the foam reflective pads, you avoid condensation by sleeping directly on the pad? Meaning NOT putting the pad between a double layer, if you have one?
    +1 this is my question as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by allfatherodin View Post
    So with the foam reflective pads, you avoid condensation by sleeping directly on the pad? Meaning NOT putting the pad between a double layer, if you have one?
    I have found for myself as other I have showing . That when the refective
    surface is just below themselfs with clothing on.
    Have not had condensation problems by sleeping directly on the pad.
    If bear skin is in contact there will be some.
    The condensation from ones body goes up.
    When the pad is below a insulating layer you develop a "dew point"
    on the pad from the different tempertures thus collecting mositure.

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    thanks for the clarification

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