I agree, plus still good for the ground if needed. not quite as
comfortable as underquilts or bag over hammock but not bad. I am
testing these for BGT right now and report on my hammock usage.
scroll down far enough and there are a few hammock pics.
BA Lost Ranger bag
and the Dual Core air mattress I'm using with it.
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> For most of my three season camping I use a Hennessy "Expedition
> Like many, I was having trouble finding the right combination of bag
> and pad that worked well i.e. lightweight, easy set-up, provides
> enough insulation, holds its position in the hammock while entering
> and exiting.
> The bag is a Big Agness "Cross Mountain":
> with a left hand zipper.
> Into the pad sleeve, I place a Insul-mat 3/4 length "max-thermo":
> I line up the bottom of the pad near the lower end of the slit with
> the lower portion of the bag is to the right.
> The rigidity of the pad does a fine job of keeping the bag in
> With the bag's zipper on the left and the zipper's top slider
> with the lower end of the pad, it's easy to enter by sitting of the
> pad, swing the feet into the lower part of the bag, and cover
> I sleep warmly down to upper 30s temps.