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    3rd hang, 15 in the snow in New-Mexico (vid)

    Hey all, Spent the night with my brand new HG Phoenix 0, the actual low was 15. This was my first winter night and my 3rd night all together hanging in the woods. The Phoenix is great and really easy to use/adjust. Got a little chilly here and there but absolutely no cold spots from the UQ. Feel pretty happy about the whole thing (Even though I don't show it on the video! Early morning is not my shining moment!).
    Thanks to all for inspiring people to hang in the air....

    Anyway, here is a video so nobody can tell me it didn't happened


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    Haha.. Thanks for the video!
    Did the cold come from the bottem or where you just cold in general?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeahIdIDThat View Post
    Haha.. Thanks for the video!
    Did the cold come from the bottem or where you just cold in general?
    No, was nice and toasty, woke up at three to do my thang, and was overall a little cold, so added a very light fleece sweater and some insulated pants. Actually more cold on top than bottom. Feet got cold around 6:30am

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    I see ... Thanks for the fast response!
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    I love watching people do this, so much experience to learn from here at the forum. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Yess!!!!

    Way to get out there Frenchy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by priller View Post
    Yess!!!!

    Way to get out there Frenchy!
    Thanks Man!!! As you can tell I'm just about ready for our little winter trip. Gonna try again in a couple weeks, maybe by the Santa Fe Ski basin area.

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    "But hell, it's six bucks." That's good stuff.

    Thanks. Enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchycamp View Post
    Thanks Man!!! As you can tell I'm just about ready for our little winter trip. Gonna try again in a couple weeks, maybe by the Santa Fe Ski basin area.
    Did you go anywhere special for this trip? Or just near your house?

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    Quote Originally Posted by priller View Post
    Did you go anywhere special for this trip? Or just near your house?
    This was just a cold hang test, that IS my house, or more accurately my yard.
    The joy of living in the woods!

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