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    Therm A Rest Neo Air in a HH UL asym?

    Hi,

    can somebody tell me if it is possible to use the Therm A Rest Neo Air in my HH UL asym? Am not sure, because of the construction of the Neo Air: The rips are not according to the long side of the hammock. Has somebody experience in this matter? (sorry for my not perfect english)

    Kann mir jemand sagen, ob ich die Therm A Rest Neo Air in meinem HH UL asym nutzen kann? Bin mir wegen der Konstruktion nicht sicher, da die Stege quer verlaufen und nicht in Laengsrichtung des Hammock. Hat jemand Erfahrung damit?

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    I have used my Neo Air in my HH UL before without any issues. The pad did not slip around like some others that I have tried. My only issue was the width of the pad. It needed to be wider to cover my shoulders better.

    Ich habe meine Neo Air in meinem HH UL verwendet, bevor ohne Probleme. Das Pad nicht wanken herum wie einige andere, die ich ausprobiert habe. Mein einziges Problem war die Breite des Pads. Es musste weiter, um meine Schultern besser abzudecken.

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    The main issue with many pads is their width.

    The sides of a hammock curl around your body, particularly your shoulders.

    This means cold shoulders as there is no insulation there.

    An SPE may assist with this.

    http://www.tothewoods.net/HomemadeGearSPE.html



    Das Hauptproblem bei vielen Pads ist ihre Breite.

    Die Seiten einer Hängematte um Ihren Körper rollen, insbesondere den Schultern.

    Dies bedeutet kalte Schulter, da es keine Dämmung gibt.

    Eine SPE kann dabei behilflich sein.

    http://www.tothewoods.net/HomemadeGearSPE.html

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    ok, thanks a lot!

    Danke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tendertoe View Post
    The main issue with many pads is their width.

    The sides of a hammock curl around your body, particularly your shoulders.

    This means cold shoulders as there is no insulation there.

    An SPE may assist with this.

    http://www.tothewoods.net/HomemadeGearSPE.html



    Das Hauptproblem bei vielen Pads ist ihre Breite.

    Die Seiten einer Hängematte um Ihren Körper rollen, insbesondere den Schultern.

    Dies bedeutet kalte Schulter, da es keine Dämmung gibt.

    Eine SPE kann dabei behilflich sein.

    http://www.tothewoods.net/HomemadeGearSPE.html
    looks also very nice. I think in such a SPE could be space for clothing. Great!

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