I don't feel the need for a pillow in my HH. But my wife likes a pillow in here bridge. Pillow can = a stuff sack with extra clothes in it.
I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.
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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: wilmington, nc
Hammock: BB1.0 double
Tarp: Hybrid Cuben F.
Insulation: Down & IX
Suspension: BB straps,whoopies
backpacking I usually use a breathable stuff sack with my clothes in it,
camping with my truck near-by, I have a "camp" pillow, either a 14oz therma-rest pillow or a smaller 10oz kelty down pillow.
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Wilmington, NC
Hammock: BB 1.7 Dbl, ENO SN, Switchback
Tarp: SWT, Diamond Fly
Insulation: Infl. Pad, Fleece
Suspension: Ring Bckl, Whoopie
If I'm back sleeping, I don't usually need a pillow. If I sleep on my side, I usually just grab my back-up shorts or a shirt/jacket and stuff it under my head. For car camping, sometimes I will splurge and take my North Face camp pillow.
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