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    New Member cptthor's Avatar
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    Arrowhead New River, have had it down to the high 30's still warm, very light.

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    20 degree Incubator
    I've had it in the 20s on several occasions and never felt the slightest chill.

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    JRB 3/4 Greylock 3. Great in the backyard so far, cold weather this weekend so it will get properly tested!

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    Arrowhead Equipment Flame Thrower UQ--excellent in every way!

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    I have all hammock gear insulation with the exception of some diy top quilts and synthetic under quilt. I use to do nothing but incubator, but have found a phoenix to be more to my liking and fit. So here is the list

    Phoenix 40
    Phoenix 30 forty over stuffed
    phoenix 20 overstuffed
    Phoenix 0 you guessed it over stuffed

    burrow 20
    burrow 50
    DIY 60+
    I have found that the more i put on the bottom the less I will need on top, I will use my fifty burrow easily in the thirties and have taken my lighter 60 down to 34 and 33 two nights in a row. I have tried so many under quilts and hammock gears in my opinion are the best fit and quality, and their price point is right in line.
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    Senior Member toadz's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirstybear View Post
    I have all hammock gear insulation with the exception of some diy top quilts and synthetic under quilt. I use to do nothing but incubator, but have found a phoenix to be more to my liking and fit. So here is the list

    Phoenix 40
    Phoenix 30 forty over stuffed
    phoenix 20 overstuffed
    Phoenix 0 you guessed it over stuffed

    burrow 20
    burrow 50
    DIY 60+
    I have found that the more i put on the bottom the less I will need on top, I will use my fifty burrow easily in the thirties and have taken my lighter 60 down to 34 and 33 two nights in a row. I have tried so many under quilts and hammock gears in my opinion are the best fit and quality, and their price point is right in line.
    DIY 60+ Really?
    I may be lost but I am making great time.

    “It was so cold that If the thermometer had been an inch longer, we'd have frozen to death.” ~ Mark Twain

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    HammockGear 20* Phoenix.

    Just got it in the mail today! Had to test it out the first night! Temps this evening have been down to about 60F last I checked (about 11pm), and I'm warm and toasty in it. When I first got in, I got warm and had to vent it. The difference between quilt on and quilt off was amazing. Looking forward to some cold weather (for Arkansas) on the way!
    "We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it; we go to smooth it." -- Nessmuk

    Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 102, Fayetteville, Arkansas

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