14974Re: HH fly undercover link
- Jul 31, 2006Oh ok...cool. Well, it'll definitely be nice once I get a KAQ. But
'till then, any cheap ideas? I guess I need something decent down to
about 50 F. I do have a couple of sleeping bags I can use as
That reminds me. As far as overquilts go, is there anything pre-made
out there that's synthetic? I'm allergic to down. I like the Ray-way
quilt, but I'm not really confident enough with my DIY skills to try
something that complicated...
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> > How are they during fairly warm weather?
> I just hang mine looser so there's a gap between the underquilt and
> hammock. That gap cools down...increase the gap to cool off even
> more. Jack calls this "Opening the Windows" on the JRB website.
> That's the biggest downfall I see for insulated hammocks...you can't
> adjust the insulation like with underquilts. But if you know the
> insulated hammock is suited for conditions, you can't get any lighter
> with anything I've seen posted so far.
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