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    I use a very cheap car sushade and a warbonnet top quilt. only had condensation issues once and it wasnt even an issue really. i will admit its a little difficult stayin on it, but i toss and turn all night. I went out this past weekend and it got down into the mid 40's and i was fine. And i think it only cost about 6 bucks.

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    New Member TRDT's Avatar
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    Oct 2012
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    I'm new to hammock camping but find that my Air pad with the chair kit works well with a down sleeping. I don't remove the support poles when I put it into the hammock which I think helps it stay in place during the night.

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    Senior Member aschurr's Avatar
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    What about luring reflects to a sleeping pad would that work?

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