- Nov 30, 2005I would use it wherever you feel cold. You will definitely need the
blue pad underneath you, in my estimation. Once you open your
sleeping bag and put it on like a foot-boxed quilt, I don't think you
will have any problems with excess dead air space.
So I'd start with the pad and the bag, and see where you get cold,
and put the liner there. In the future you may get more
sophisticated and do something more complex...
Bill in Houston
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> I'm gearing up for my first test of winter hammocking, and was
> on adding a fleece liner bag I have to my system.liner
> Any idea if it would be more efficient insulation wise to use the
> inside my bag , or around it on the outside? I'm thinking thatinside it
> would reduce my dead air space (my bag is a little large for me),but
> outside it would protect the warmth in the loft from being strippedaway as
> easily.slide the
> Also, if I used it outside the bag, I think I might be able to
> blue pad into it..... I'm not sure, I'm going to test that latertoday. I'm
> not sure if there would be any value in that or not.
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