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    New Member supercoopxl's Avatar
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    Yeah that would be a good plan. I'm not looking at very cold temps this weekend (low 55*) and I sleep warm anyway. I'll probably just take the ccf and use the liner and poncho liner as my other insulation if I need it. I usually use a 0* bag, but I forgot it at home when coming back to school.

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    Michelle the Camper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HungLow View Post
    Do you round out the corners or leave them square?

    Love NC, ... someday.
    Square corners, didn't even think about rounding them, but I don't think it would make much difference with comfort or weight. WNC is the sh*t! I like the coast, too. I grew up there

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    I use a small CCF pad just for my feet & lower legs along with a partial under quilt. I greatly prefer the egg crate texture because I can discern if I'm on or off the pad much easier, even with thick wool socks on my feet.
    Mike
    "Life is a Project!"

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    Another thing that you can do, if you have an inflatable, is to let out about 1/2 the air and put it down. Supplement it with cutouts from one of the CCFs, so that you don't get cold shoulders.

    Even after getting a UQ, you can still take a square of it for use on the ground (something to stand on when getting into the hammock, even on muddy ground) or you can put it under your legs/heels for additional warmth.

    Although, I'd go for this one now: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Wenzel-71-...roduct+Reviews

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