If to much air in the system is a problem with the D.A.M. then light underinflating may help Yes, the D.A.M.!I was thinking about that this weekend. Do they
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, Sep 3, 2003
If to much air in the system is a problem
with the D.A.M. then light underinflating may help
Yes, the D.A.M.!I was thinking about that this weekend. Do they work well? What I understand from reading about the
Stephenson D.A.M. is that you may still need a pad underneath it. Too
much air circulating beneath you. The ability to inflate it would solve
the packability problem, though. I thought of the closed-cell foam
and the fleece over it. Maybe that would just be for very cold
weather use..Either way,I don't think we'd be winning fashion awards,
but it may work.
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