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    Blue CCF Pad

    Is this the blue ccf pad that people are talking about for warmth?http://http://www.walmart.com/catalo...uct_id=9856753

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    your link is bad
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    The one that I got was $5.88 in store at Walmart.

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    Beer won't solve problems, but then again, neither will milk !
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    What do folks find to be the best way to carry these?

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    I carry mine strapped to the lid, or if carrying a large pack, I put it inside the pack unrolled first, then put my gear "inside" the pad.
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    I have mine rolled and strapped to the back of my pack. Yes, you have to do the blue pad dance, trying to get it straightened, but I hope that will be less of a problem when my double layer blackbird comes in. I used to carry a self-inflater, but figured I only need insulation, not cushioning.
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    Don't be afraid to trim it down. I cut mine to torso length. Mostly used for sitting on at breaks and around camp. Only used if really cold in the hammock.
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    I trimmed mine down to fit my Thermarest chair cover, if I take it.
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