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    Maintaining foot and leg warmth in 3/4 quilts

    What is everyone who is running 3/4 under quilts using for there feet when the temps drop below 40? Wonder what kind of set ups, what size and results. Thanks

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    My sit pad under my feet.

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    Sit pad here too. Some use their empty pack.

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    That is the direction I was headed what brand and size has proven useful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildjunglecat View Post
    That is the direction I was headed what brand and size has proven useful?
    Many brands work. Wally World blue pads, GossamerGear, etc. a prett standard size is 2ft x 2ft.
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    ThermaRest Sit-Pad in my TQ works best for me. I never get condensation on the foot of my bag/TQ that way.
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    Thanks for the fast replies on my topic. I could not have possibly asked for more great information.

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    My sitpad is 1' x 2'. It is also the backpad for my pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildjunglecat View Post
    What is everyone who is running 3/4 under quilts using for there feet when the temps drop below 40? Wonder what kind of set ups, what size and results. Thanks
    I cut down a Therm-a-Rest Z Lite Sleeping Pad. I place it in between the layers of my Light Owl.
    I got nothing

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    Try using some Reflectives ! Cheap light and effective !
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